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Title: Integrating Empirical Methods into Computer Science
Authors: Reed, David
Baldwin, Doug
Clancy, Michael
Keywords: Software sub_subject: Programming Techniques Computing Methodologies sub_subject: Simulation and Modeling Computing Milieux sub_subject: Computers and Education computer science education, experimentation, empirical skills
Issue Date: 19-Apr-2002
Abstract: These materials were presented in a panel at SIGCSE 2002. The central theme of the panel was to emphasize the importance of empirical methods in computer science and to present ideas and examples for integrating the development of empirical skills within the CS curriculum. Panel Participants: David Reed, Doug Baldwin, Michael Clancy, Stuart Hansen, and Allen Downey.
URI: http://www.citidel.org/handle/10117/158
Other Identifiers: 252
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