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Can real-time software engineering be taught to Java programmers?

S. Smith, S.W. Lawson, A. Lawson
2004 17th Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training, 2004. Proceedings.  
In this paper we present our case for a relevant real-time undergraduate laboratory based around Java. † See module homepage at  ...  in making Java technology more suitable for time critical and embedded systems development.  ...  Evaluation of student performance and destinations The first option, using Java on a general purpose operating system, has been in use since 1999.  ... 
doi:10.1109/csee.2004.1276521 dblp:conf/csee/SmithLL04 fatcat:t3ji4mg47feq5pc7vwcs2yhara

Preparing undergraduate students for Java certification

Ariel Ortiz
2003 Companion of the 18th annual ACM SIGPLAN conference on Object-oriented programming, systems, languages, and applications - OOPSLA '03  
In this paper, we describe our experiences on teaching a workshop aimed at preparing undergraduate students for the Sun Certified Java Programmer exam.  ...  But first, we layout the real value of IT certifications and explain the different certification options available for Java technology.  ...  Many thanks to all the students who were enrolled in the certification workshops during 2002 and 2003.  ... 
doi:10.1145/949386.949395 fatcat:b2exuzk3hfchngh52mm4thhp2y

Preparing undergraduate students for Java certification

Ariel Ortiz
2003 Companion of the 18th annual ACM SIGPLAN conference on Object-oriented programming, systems, languages, and applications - OOPSLA '03  
In this paper, we describe our experiences on teaching a workshop aimed at preparing undergraduate students for the Sun Certified Java Programmer exam.  ...  But first, we layout the real value of IT certifications and explain the different certification options available for Java technology.  ...  Many thanks to all the students who were enrolled in the certification workshops during 2002 and 2003.  ... 
doi:10.1145/949344.949395 dblp:conf/oopsla/Ortiz03 fatcat:l4mrgq3rsrh3xjy2z4grgorbcu

A fit-gap analysis of e-business curricula vs. industry needs

Sid Davis, Keng Siau, Kumar Dhenuvakonda
2003 Communications of the ACM  
It should be noted that the two lists provided us with a means to select our sample; but, when performing data collection, we looked for undergraduate, graduate (MBA, EMBA, and MS), and certification e-business  ...  To perform this analysis, we conducted an extensive content analysis of e-business job listings on major US Web job sites.  ... 
doi:10.1145/953460.953497 fatcat:gkylxjhqkraknbwhsp6hl3tivm

Adapting computer graphics curricula to changes in graphics

Lewis E Hitchner, Henry A Sowizral
2000 Computers & graphics  
The experiences were gained in courses at an undergraduate university and in multi-day industrial courses for experienced professional programmers.  ...  Courses need to focus on intermediate-and high-level principles, algorithms, and tools. A fundamental need in modern graphics curricula is integration of a 3D graphics API into the instruction.  ...  In Spring 1999 one co-author taught a revised version of the Cal Poly undergraduate Introduction to Graphics course using OpenGL and Java 3D APIs.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0097-8493(99)00162-4 fatcat:pkq6pvrvdbbgbbku7gbicpeuri

SOCR: Statistics Online Computational Resource

Ivo D. Dinov
2006 Journal of Statistical Software  
The need for hands-on computer laboratory experience in undergraduate and graduate statistics education has been firmly established in the past decade.  ...  Following years of experience in statistical teaching at all college levels using established licensed statistical software packages, like STATA, S-PLUS, R, SPSS, SAS, Systat, etc., we have attempted to  ...  We have used ideas, design, resources and models from Elementary Statistics Java Applets, Statlets, Rice Virtual Lab in Statistics, WebStat, Statiscope, Psych-Stat, BisinessStat, Probability by Surprise  ... 
doi:10.18637/jss.v016.i11 fatcat:xizoqgsejvff7fnzmqy4imhj3e

Integrating Parallel and Distributed Computing Topics into an Undergraduate CS Curriculum at UESTC

Guoming Lu, Jie Xu, Jieyan Liu, Bo Dai, Shenglin Gui, Siyu Zhan
2015 2015 IEEE International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium Workshop  
This paper presents our efforts to incorporate parallel and distributed computing topics into our undergraduate computer science and engineering curriculum with the guide of the IEEE-TCPP model Curriculum  ...  In Fall 2013, we began participation in NSF/IEEE TCPP 2013 Early Adopters Program.  ...  And with the widespread usage of multi-core and many-core devices, PDC has permeated most computing activities, not only in the traditional high performance computing area but also in the daily life computation  ... 
doi:10.1109/ipdpsw.2015.66 dblp:conf/ipps/LuXLDGZ15 fatcat:7iankmu3bfgbbgaajbsh4tgkfa

SOCR: Statistics Online Computational Resource

Ivo D Dinov
2006 Journal of Statistical Software  
The need for hands-on computer laboratory experience in undergraduate and graduate statistics education has been firmly established in the past decade.  ...  Following years of experience in statistical teaching at all college levels using established licensed statistical software packages, like STATA, S-PLUS, R, SPSS, SAS, Systat, etc., we have attempted to  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Many people have contributed to the SOCR development efforts in one form or another over the years.  ... 
pmid:21451741 pmcid:PMC3065362 fatcat:vasjxxsbbfcb5ja4dkp5qtmuam

The challenges of developing computational physics: the case of South Africa

T Salagaram, N Chetty
2013 Journal of Physics, Conference Series  
It is impossible to study such problems in detail without the use of computation in addition to theory and experiment.  ...  In this paper, we report on a survey that we conducted of undergraduate physics curricula in South Africa to determine the content and the approach taken in the teaching of computational physics.  ...  We thank the lecturers at all the physics departments and scientists at the research institutions who participated in the survey. TS thanks Norman Chonacky for assistance with the survey questions.  ... 
doi:10.1088/1742-6596/454/1/012075 fatcat:asoqrgnsejb33jj3wyhgmfn3dm

From computational science to Internetics: Integration of science with computer science

Geoffrey C. Fox
2000 Mathematics and Computers in Simulation  
Computers have always been well-used tools but in the beginning only the science counted and little credit or significance was attached to any computing activities associated with scientific research.  ...  The Holy Grail of computational science --scalable parallel computing --is still important but is just one supporting component of the Internet revolution.  ...  The DoD High Performance Computing Modernization Program and the NSF through both CRPC at Rice and the NCSA Computational Science Alliance has generously supported our work in distance education and training  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0378-4754(00)00190-7 fatcat:r3pimkrda5eyleejmrztzfczu4

What programming languages should we teach our undergraduates?

John Scales, Hans Ecke
2002 The Leading Edge  
I now consider formal computer science courses as essential training for any scientists who expect to program in their careers.  ...  Performance should be for advanced students, not novices. Two thirds of our new processing system is in Java.  ... 
doi:10.1190/1.1885509 fatcat:6l4rvpsuejdhblnzwbicmbft3a

The Effects of Self-regulated Learning Strategies on Computer Programming Achievement in Teacher Education

Gary Cheng
2021 Frontiers in Education Technology  
Ninety-six students from undergraduate teacher training programmes offered by a Hong Kong university voluntarily participated in the study.  ...  Their achievement in computer programming was evaluated using continuous and end of course assessments.  ...  hands-on programming in later phases.  ... 
doi:10.22158/fet.v4n4p37 fatcat:3eunuwn7gvgvdidhohpegx6mu4

Resource Letter CP-2: Computational Physics

Rubin H. Landau
2008 American Journal of Physics  
Prentice Hall, Upper Saddle River, 2007͒, also designed for undergraduate science majors. ͑E, I͒ 106. An Introduction to High Performance Scientific Computing, L. D. Fosdick, E. R. Jessup, C. J. C.  ...  An introduction to computer modeling based on successful classes for liberal arts students. ͑E͒ 115. High Performance Computing, 2nd ed., C. Severance and K. Dowd ͑O'Reilly, Sebastopol, 1998͒.  ...  DIGITAL LIBRARIES A major change in computing since CP-1 is the increased importance of networks, distributed datasets, CPU architectures designed for numerically intensive computing, and parallel processing  ... 
doi:10.1119/1.2837814 fatcat:lx6qmg6kdrhcvidiruulge4kle

A Virtual Laboratory Model for Encouraging Undergraduate Research

Thomas P Way
2006 Proceedings of the 37th SIGCSE technical symposium on Computer science education - SIGCSE '06  
Undergraduate students who perform research benefit greatly from the experience, yet achieving high levels of voluntary participation remains an elusive goal.  ...  As an extension of earlier research into team-based software engineering education, the Applied Computing Technology Laboratory was formed to provide an authentic and engaging experience in realworld computer  ...  On the other hand, by engaging undergraduates in projects for which they feel a strong and personal affinity, they are more likely to be motivated to continue on into future research at the graduate level  ... 
doi:10.1145/1121341.1121406 dblp:conf/sigcse/Way06 fatcat:zvwwwswovbeilctjh4ctyb2mvi

A Virtual Laboratory Model for Encouraging Undergraduate Research

Thomas P Way
2006 ACM SIGCSE Bulletin  
Undergraduate students who perform research benefit greatly from the experience, yet achieving high levels of voluntary participation remains an elusive goal.  ...  As an extension of earlier research into team-based software engineering education, the Applied Computing Technology Laboratory was formed to provide an authentic and engaging experience in realworld computer  ...  On the other hand, by engaging undergraduates in projects for which they feel a strong and personal affinity, they are more likely to be motivated to continue on into future research at the graduate level  ... 
doi:10.1145/1124706.1121406 fatcat:wk22ynxvbnfghevzejdnof7tky
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