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Human-Centric Computing Languages and Environments, IEEE CS International Symposium on (2003)
Auckland, New Zealand
Oct. 28, 2003 to Oct. 31, 2003
ISBN: 0-7803-8225-0
TABLE OF CONTENTS

Antoni Gaudi's computational legacy (Abstract)

M. Burry , RMIT University
pp. 4

Development and evaluation of a model of programming errors (Abstract)

A.J. Ko , Carnegie Mellon University, USA
pp. 7-14

Programming at runtime: requirements and paradigms for nonprogrammer web application development (Abstract)

J. Rode , Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, USA
pp. 23-30

Additional context for gentle-slope systems (Abstract)

R. Potter , PRESTO, Japan Science and Technology Corporation
pp. 50-52

Parallelism in the icicle programming environment (Abstract)

R. Sheehan , University of Auckland, New Zealand
pp. 53-55

Approaches to supporting software visual notation exchange (Abstract)

H. Stoeckle , University of Auckland, New Zealand
pp. 59-66

Visual composition of web services (Abstract)

C. Pautasso , Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETHZ)
pp. 92-99

Programming in a data factory (Abstract)

S.L. Tanimoto , University of Washington, USA
pp. 100-107

A browsing interface for exploring constraints in visualization rules (Abstract)

Shin Takahashi , Tokyo Institute of Technology, JAPAN
pp. 108-110

A visual query by example system for digital documents (Abstract)

L. Cinque , University La Sapienza of Rome, Italy
pp. 111-113

DAViLa - a domain adaptable visual language (Abstract)

T. Jonsson , University of Gavle
pp. 114-116

Visualizing design patterns with a UML profile (Abstract)

Jing Dong , University of Texas at Dallas, USA
pp. 123-125

Semantics of interactions in UML 2.0 (Abstract)

H. Storrle , Ludwig-Maximilians-Universitat, GERMANY
pp. 129-136

Defining and validating transformations of UML models (Abstract)

J.M. Mster , University of Paderborn, Germany
pp. 145-152

Graph-based consistency checking in spatial information systems (Abstract)

Jun Kong , The University of Texas at Dallas, USA
pp. 153-160

A reading algorithm for constraint diagrams (Abstract)

A. Fish , University of Brighton, UK
pp. 161-168

Generating interactive animations from visual specifications (Abstract)

P. Aschenbrenner , Darmstadt University of Technology
pp. 169-176

A human-centric tool for component design and reuse in the UML (Abstract)

E.E. Roubtsova , Technical University Eindhoven, The Netherlands
pp. 177-179

Specifying the geometric machine visual language (Abstract)

R.H.S. Reiser , Universidade Catolica de Pelotas, Brazil
pp. 186-188

Analysis-oriented semantics definition of visual languages (Abstract)

Yan Jin , University of Adelaide, Australia
pp. 189-191

A language and task-based taxonomy of programming environments (Abstract)

T. Wright , University of Canterbury, New Zealand
pp. 192-194

Enhancing usability of UML CASE-tools with speech recognition (Abstract)

S. Lahtinen , Tampere University of Technology, Finland
pp. 227-235

Visual methods for web application design (Abstract)

R. Charley , Dept of Computing, Imperial College London
pp. 242-244

A technology for lightweight web-based visual applications (Abstract)

D. Gordon , Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
pp. 245-247

Evaluating the effectiveness of a multimedia advisor tool (Abstract)

B. Neu , University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology, U. K.
pp. 257-259

Visualization/animation of programs in Alma: obtaining different results (Abstract)

M.J.V. Pereira , Polytechnic Institute of Braganca - Portugal
pp. 260-262

A program visualization tool for program comprehension (Abstract)

M. Ohki , Nippon Institute of Technology
pp. 263-265

Gender HCI issues in end-user software engineering (Abstract)

L. Beckwith , Carnegie Mellon University, USA
pp. 273-274

Tools for ubiquitous assessment in discussion-based pedagogy (Abstract)

A. Carlson , University of Washington
pp. 277-278

Ubiquitous web-based programming (Abstract)

A.M. Luxton , Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
pp. 279-280

Bringing educational theory to end-user programming (Abstract)

S. Prabhakararao , Oregon State University
pp. 281-282

Intersections of literacy acquisition and programming (Abstract)

T.R. Sbankar , MIT Media Laboratory
pp. 283-284

Programming for communication: overcoming motivational barriers to computation for all (Abstract)

A. Forte , College of Computing, Georgia Institute of Technology
pp. 285-286

Fletch: web-based journalism as a bridge to technological literacy (Abstract)

D. Hatfield , Dept. of Educational Psychology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
pp. 287-288

FoXQ - XQuery by forms (Abstract)

R. Abraham , Oregon State University, USA
pp. 289-290

Towards programming for the non-technical (Abstract)

SuTe Lei , Department of Computer Science, University of Texas at Dallas
pp. 291-292

Context-aware computing support for the educationally disadvantaged (Abstract)

T.Y. Sohn , University of California, Berkeley
pp. 293-294

Author Index (Abstract)

pp. 295-296
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