4 edition of Empirical studies of programmers found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Gary M. Olson, Sylvia Sheppard, Elliot Soloway.|
|Series||Human/computer interaction, Human/computer interaction (Norwood, N.J.)|
|Contributions||Olson, Gary M., Sheppard, Sylvia., Soloway, Elliot., Workshop on Empirical Studies of Programmers (2nd : 1987 : Washington, D.C.)|
|LC Classifications||HD8039.D37 E46 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||263 p. :|
|Number of Pages||263|
|ISBN 10||0893914614, 0893914622|
|LC Control Number||87025942|
Empirical Studies of Programmers Edited by: Elliot Soloway & Sitharama Iyengar Ablex Publishing Corporation Norwood, New Jersey Article Name: Empirical Studies of Programmers: The Territory, Paths, and Destinations Author: Ben Shneiderman. The empirical studies tend to examine the level of productivity and the quality of the code, while meta-analyses may focus on biases introduced by the process of testing and publishing. A meta-analysis found pairs typically consider more design alternatives than programmers working alone, arrive at simpler more maintainable designs, and catch.
Abstract. This paper studies the expertise differences between intermediate and expert programmers during incremental software development. We conducted experiments on the intermediates and experts by asking them to perform programming on the same : Shaochun Xu, Wencai Du. Empirical Studies of Software Engineering: A Roadmap Dewayne E. Perry Adam A. Porter Lawrence G. Votta Electrical and Computer Engineering Computer Science Motorola University of Texas at Austin University of Maryland W. Shure Dr. Austin, TX College Park, MD Arlington Heights, IL
The aim of this chapter is to bring together the existing empirical evidence, rather than to present responses from practitioners, however revealing. Much of the avail- able evidence was gathered in pursuit of some other objective than comparisons of notational structure, especially in studies of the problems of novice programmers. It. 2 Software design studies Methodology used I Protocol studies In most of the empirical studies focusing on software design, the data come from protocol analysis. A limited number of subjects (from one to ten) is asked to think aloud during their activity. Generally, the verbal protocols of only a subgroup of.
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: Empirical Studies of Programmers: Second Workshop (Human/Computer Interaction) (): Soloway, Elliot, Sheppard, Sylvia, Olson, Gary: BooksFormat: Paperback. This volume contains the papers presented at the second workshop on Empirical Studies of Programmers. They represent a variety of approaches and topics covering the research in this area.
All the chapters present research that bears on programmers. Together with the first volume edited by Elliot Soloway and Sitharama Iyengar, these chapters contribute to a growing. The data items included in the systematic review are empirical studies of programmers that investigated the comprehension and internal representation of code written in a formal programming language.
The book balances empirical research concepts with exercises, examples, and real-life case studies, making it suitable for a course on empirical software engineering. The author discusses the process of developing predictive models, such as defect prediction and change prediction, on data collected from source code repositories.
Empirical Studies of Programmers: Fifth Workshop (HUMAN COMPUTER INTERACTION) [James C. Spohrer, Curtis R. Cook, Jean C. Scholtz] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Empirical research during this era showed that giving programmers easy access to information they needed (whether structured or not) was what really mattered.
Visual programming began during this era, but most empirical studies failed to demonstrate any. Looking for abbreviations of ESP. It is Empirical Studies of Programmers. Empirical Studies of Programmers listed as ESP.
Empirical Studies of Programmers - How is Empirical Studies of Programmers abbreviated. Empirical Studies of Programmers; Empirical Studies of Software Development and Evolution Workshop.
Influence of Personality on Programming Styles an Empirical Study: /ch Each programmer tend to his or her own style in programming and human factors may explain these differences in style which has considerable influence onCited by: 2. Abstract. We suggest that expert programmers have and use two types of programming knowledge: 1) programming plant, which are generic program fragments that represent stereotypic action sequences in programming, and 2) rules of programming discourse, which capture the conventions in programming and govern the composition of the plans into Cited by: NSUWorks Citation.
Cohen, Maxine S., "Review of "Empirical Studies of Programmers" by E. Soloway and S. Iyengar" (). CCE Faculty ArticlesAuthor: Maxine S.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. The psychology of programming (PoP) is the field of research that deals with the psychological aspects of writing programs (often computer programs). The field has also been called the empirical studies of programming (ESP).It covers research into computer programmers' cognition; tools and methods for programming-related activities; and programming education.
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This volume Studies programmers to gain insights to facilitate improved productivity and quality software. The chapters cover a range of topics including cognitive models of programming; measuring program complexity; the effects of program style and structure on program.