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*2009
39EEOwen L. Astrachan: Pander to ponder. SIGCSE 2009: 192-196
38EEOwen L. Astrachan, Henry MacKay Walker, Chris Stephenson, Lien Diaz, Janice E. Cuny: Advanced placement computer science: the future of tracking the first year of instruction. SIGCSE 2009: 397-398
37EENick Parlante, Thomas P. Murtagh, Mehran Sahami, Owen L. Astrachan, David Reed, Christopher A. Stone, Brent Heeringa, Karen L. Reid: Nifty assignments. SIGCSE 2009: 483-484
36EEOwen L. Astrachan, Susanne E. Hambrusch, Joan Peckham, Amber Settle: The present and future of computational thinking. SIGCSE 2009: 549-550
35EERobert Dewar, Owen L. Astrachan: Point/counterpoint - CS education in the U.S.: heading in the wrong direction? Commun. ACM 52(7): 41-45 (2009)
2008
34EEOwen L. Astrachan, Peter J. Denning: Innovating our self image. SIGCSE 2008: 178-179
2007
33EEOwen L. Astrachan, Nick Parlante, Daniel D. Garcia, Stuart Reges: Teaching tips we wish they'd told us before we started. SIGCSE 2007: 2-3
32EEOwen L. Astrachan: Cutting apron strings. SIGCSE Bulletin 39(2): 19-20 (2007)
31EEOwen L. Astrachan: Head in the clouds. SIGCSE Bulletin 39(4): 23 (2007)
2006
30EECasey Alt, Owen L. Astrachan, Jeffrey Forbes, Richard Lucic, Susan H. Rodger: Social networks generate interest in computer science. SIGCSE 2006: 438-442
2005
29EEOwen L. Astrachan, Kim B. Bruce, Elliot B. Koffman, Michael Kölling, Stuart Reges: Resolved: objects early has failed. SIGCSE 2005: 451-452
2004
28EEOwen L. Astrachan: Why i care about programming and how to teach it. SIGCSE 2004: 235
27EEDavid Ginat, Owen L. Astrachan, Daniel D. Garcia, Mark Guzdial: "But it looks right!": the bugs students don't see. SIGCSE 2004: 284-285
2003
26EEOwen L. Astrachan: Bubble sort: an archaeological algorithmic analysis. SIGCSE 2003: 1-5
2001
25EEOwen L. Astrachan: OO overkill: when simple is better than not. SIGCSE 2001: 302-306
24EENick Parlante, Michael J. Clancy, Stuart Reges, Julie Zelenski, Owen L. Astrachan: Nifty assignments panel. SIGCSE 2001: 412-413
23EEDavid Ginat, Daniel D. Garcia, Owen L. Astrachan, Joseph Bergin: Colorful illustrations of algorithmic design techniques and problem solving. SIGCSE 2001: 425-426
2000
22EEOwen L. Astrachan, Robert Cartwight, Rich Kick, Cay S. Horstmann, Fran Trees, Gail Chapman, David Gries, Henry MacKay Walker, Ursula Wolz: Recommendations for changes in advanced placement computer science (panel session). SIGCSE 2000: 416
1999
21EENick Parlante, Owen L. Astrachan, Michael J. Clancy, Richard E. Pattis, Julie Zelenski, Stuart Reges: Nifty assignments panel. SIGCSE 1999: 354-355
1998
20EEOwen L. Astrachan, W. Garrett Mitchener, Geoffrey Berry, Landon P. Cox: Design patterns: an essential component of CS curricula. SIGCSE 1998: 153-160
19EEOwen L. Astrachan, Susan H. Rodger: Animation, visualization, and interaction in CS 1 assignments. SIGCSE 1998: 317-321
18EEDaniel D. McCracken, A. Michael Berman, Ursula Wolz, Owen L. Astrachan, Nell B. Dale: Possible futures for CS2 (panel). SIGCSE 1998: 357-358
17EEOwen L. Astrachan: Using classes early, an object-based approach to using C++ in introductory courses (seminar). SIGCSE 1998: 383
1997
16EEOwen L. Astrachan, Robert F. Smith, James T. Wilkes: Application-based modules using apprentice learning for CS 2. SIGCSE 1997: 233-237
15 Owen L. Astrachan, Donald W. Loveland: The Use of Lemmas in the Model Elimination Procedure. J. Autom. Reasoning 19(1): 117-141 (1997)
1996
14 Owen L. Astrachan: Education Goals and Priorities. ACM Comput. Surv. 28(4es): 92 (1996)
1995
13EEOwen L. Astrachan, David Reed: AAA and CS 1: the applied apprenticeship approach to CS 1. SIGCSE 1995: 1-5
1994
12EEOwen L. Astrachan: Self-reference is an illustrative essential. SIGCSE 1994: 238-242
11EEGail Chapman, Sarah Fix, Owen L. Astrachan, Joseph W. Kmoch, Michael J. Clancy: Case studies in the advanced placement computer science curriculum (abstract). SIGCSE 1994: 371
10EEDavid Arnow, Owen L. Astrachan, James D. Kiper, Robert Workman, Paula A. Whitlock, Brent Auernheimer, John E. Rager: Themes and tapestries: a diversity of approaches to computer science for liberal arts students. SIGCSE 1994: 374-375
9EEStuart Hirshfield, Owen L. Astrachan, John Barr, Karen Donnelly, David Levine, Mark McGinn: Object-oriented programming (abstract): how to "scale up" CS 1. SIGCSE 1994: 396
8 Owen L. Astrachan: Meteor: Exploring Model Elimination Theorem Proving. J. Autom. Reasoning 13(3): 283-296 (1994)
1993
7EEVivek Khera, Owen L. Astrachan, David Kotz: The internet programming contest: a report and philosophy. SIGCSE 1993: 48-52
1992
6EEOwen L. Astrachan, Mark E. Stickel: Caching and Lemmaizing in Model Elimination Theorem Provers. CADE 1992: 224-238
5EEOwen L. Astrachan: On finding a stable roommate, job, or spouse: a case study crossing the boundaries of computer science courses. SIGCSE 1992: 107-112
1991
4 Owen L. Astrachan, Donald W. Loveland: METEORs: High Performance Theorem Provers Using Model Elimination. Automated Reasoning: Essays in Honor of Woody Bledsoe 1991: 31-60
3EEOwen L. Astrachan: Pictures as invariants. SIGCSE 1991: 112-118
1990
2 Owen L. Astrachan: METEORs: High Performance Theorem Provers Using Model Elimination. Dagstuhl Seminar on Parallelization in Inference Systems 1990: 353
1EECharles M. Shub, Owen L. Astrachan, David B. Levine, Stuart Reges, Henry MacKay Walker: Faster, fairer, and more consistent grading, using techniques from the Advanced Placement reading (panel session). SIGCSE 1990: 266

Coauthor Index

1Casey Alt [30]
2David Arnow [10]
3Brent Auernheimer [10]
4John Barr [9]
5Joseph Bergin (Joe Bergin) [23]
6A. Michael Berman [18]
7Geoffrey Berry [20]
8Kim B. Bruce [29]
9Robert Cartwight [22]
10Gail Chapman [11] [22]
11Michael J. Clancy [11] [21] [24]
12Landon P. Cox [20]
13Janice E. Cuny [38]
14Nell B. Dale [18]
15Peter J. Denning [34]
16Robert Dewar [35]
17Lien Diaz [38]
18Karen Donnelly [9]
19Sarah Fix [11]
20Jeffrey Forbes [30]
21Daniel D. Garcia [23] [27] [33]
22David Ginat [23] [27]
23David Gries [22]
24Mark Guzdial [27]
25Susanne E. Hambrusch [36]
26Brent Heeringa [37]
27Stuart Hirshfield [9]
28Cay S. Horstmann [22]
29Vivek Khera [7]
30Rich Kick [22]
31James D. Kiper [10]
32Joe Kmoch (Joseph W. Kmoch) [11]
33Elliot B. Koffman [29]
34Michael Kölling [29]
35David Kotz [7]
36David Levine [9]
37David B. Levine [1]
38Donald W. Loveland [4] [15]
39Richard Lucic [30]
40Daniel D. McCracken [18]
41Mark McGinn [9]
42W. Garrett Mitchener [20]
43Thomas P. Murtagh [37]
44Nick Parlante [21] [24] [33] [37]
45Richard E. Pattis [21]
46Joan Peckham [36]
47John E. Rager [10]
48David Reed [13] [37]
49Stuart Reges [1] [21] [24] [29] [33]
50Karen L. Reid [37]
51Susan H. Rodger [19] [30]
52Mehran Sahami [37]
53Amber Settle [36]
54Charles M. Shub [1]
55Robert F. Smith [16]
56Chris Stephenson [38]
57Mark E. Stickel [6]
58Christopher A. Stone [37]
59Fran Trees [22]
60Henry MacKay Walker [1] [22] [38]
61Paula A. Whitlock [10]
62James T. Wilkes [16]
63Ursula Wolz [18] [22]
64Robert Workman [10]
65Julie Zelenski [21] [24]

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