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An experimental graduate course where students learn good programming and system design techniques through writing systems of programs in chief-programmer teams (CP-teams) is described. The course seems very worthwhile. Some of the things learned by students and the instructor are described,...
Students in a beginning computer science course were surveyed concerning their attitudes toward computers. Two statistical tests showed results: there were significant differences in attitudes from before until after the course, and between students who passed the course and those who failed or...
A new type of computer science service course is described which was developed in response to a request from several natural science departments. The goal of the course is to give advanced students the ability to read and understand existing Fortran programs. An evaluation of the course is also...
Structured design and programming techniques can be extended from high-level languages to assembly language. Over the past three years at Brown University, beginning assembly language programmers have been successfully taught these techniques using clearly defined standards. These standards and...
Based on remarks made as a participant of Panel on the Ph.D. Production Rate, Meeting of Heads of Ph.D. Computer Science Departments, Snowbird, Utah, July 1-2, 1974.
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