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*2008
46EEDavid Ginat: Design Disciplines and Non-specific Transfer. ISSEP 2008: 87-98
45EEDavid Ginat: Learning from wrong and creative algorithm design. SIGCSE 2008: 26-30
44EEDavid Ginat: Separating between foes. SIGCSE Bulletin 40(2): 24-25 (2008)
2007
43EEOrna Muller, David Ginat, Bruria Haberman: Pattern-oriented instruction and its influence on problem decomposition and solution construction. ITiCSE 2007: 151-155
42EEDavid Ginat: Hasty design, futile patching and the elaboration of rigor. ITiCSE 2007: 161-165
41EEDavid Ginat: Domino arrangements. SIGCSE Bulletin 39(2): 24-25 (2007)
40EEDavid Ginat: Alternating accumulation. SIGCSE Bulletin 39(4): 28-29 (2007)
39EEDavid Ginat: Elaborating heuristic reasoning and rigor with mathematical games. SIGCSE Bulletin 39(4): 32-36 (2007)
2006
38EEDavid Ginat: On Novices' Local Views of Algorithmic Characteristics. ISSEP 2006: 127-137
37EEDavid Ginat, Michal Armoni: Reversing: an essential heuristic in program and proof design. SIGCSE 2006: 469-473
36EEDavid Ginat: Graph cycles. SIGCSE Bulletin 38(2): 20-22 (2006)
35EEDavid Ginat: Hidden squares. SIGCSE Bulletin 38(4): 22-23 (2006)
2005
34EEBruria Haberman, Haim Averbuch, David Ginat: Is it really an algorithm: the need for explicit discourse. ITiCSE 2005: 74-78
33EEDavid Ginat, Richard J. Anderson, Daniel D. Garcia, Richard Rasala: Randomness and probability in the early CS courses. SIGCSE 2005: 556-557
32EEDavid Ginat: Tuple enumeration. SIGCSE Bulletin 37(2): 22-23 (2005)
31EEDavid Ginat: Queens on a chessboard. SIGCSE Bulletin 37(4): 26-27 (2005)
2004
30EEDavid Ginat: Embedding instructive assertions in program design. ITiCSE 2004: 62-66
29EEDavid Ginat: Do senior CS students capitalize on recursion? ITiCSE 2004: 82-86
28EEDavid Ginat, Owen L. Astrachan, Daniel D. Garcia, Mark Guzdial: "But it looks right!": the bugs students don't see. SIGCSE 2004: 284-285
27EEDavid Ginat: On the verge of an empty tank. SIGCSE Bulletin 36(2): 24-26 (2004)
26EEDavid Ginat: Algorithmic patterns and the case of the sliding delta. SIGCSE Bulletin 36(2): 29-33 (2004)
25EEDavid Ginat: Helipad. SIGCSE Bulletin 36(4): 25-26 (2004)
2003
24EEDavid Ginat: The novice programmers' syndrome of design-by-keyword. ITiCSE 2003: 154-157
23EEDavid Ginat: The greedy trap and learning from mistakes. SIGCSE 2003: 11-15
22EEVicki L. Almstrum, David Ginat, Orit Hazzan, John M. Clement: Transfer to/from computing science education: the case of science education research. SIGCSE 2003: 303-304
21EEDaniel D. Garcia, David Ginat, Peter Henderson: Everything you always wanted to know about game theory: but were afraid to ask. SIGCSE 2003: 96-97
20EEDavid Ginat: Sorting and disorders. SIGCSE Bulletin 35(2): 29-30 (2003)
19EEDavid Ginat: Board reconstruction. SIGCSE Bulletin 35(4): 25-26 (2003)
2002
18EEVicki L. Almstrum, David Ginat, Orit Hazzan, Tom Morley: Import and export to/from computing science education: the case of mathematics education research. ITiCSE 2002: 193-194
17EEDavid Ginat, Daniel D. Garcia, William I. Gasarch: Aha! an illuminating perspective. SIGCSE 2002: 1-2
16EEDavid Ginat: On varying perspectives of problem decomposition. SIGCSE 2002: 331-335
15EEDavid Ginat: Effective binary perspectives in algorithmic problem solving. ACM Journal of Educational Resources in Computing 2(2): 4 (2002)
14EEDavid Ginat: Divisor games. SIGCSE Bulletin 34(4): 28-29 (2002)
2001
13EEDavid Ginat: Metacognitive awareness utilized for learning control elements in algorithmic problem solving. ITiCSE 2001: 81-84
12EEDavid Ginat: Misleading intuition in algorithmic problem solving. SIGCSE 2001: 21-25
11EEDavid Ginat, Daniel D. Garcia, Owen L. Astrachan, Joseph Bergin: Colorful illustrations of algorithmic design techniques and problem solving. SIGCSE 2001: 425-426
10EEDavid Ginat: Color conversion. SIGCSE Bulletin 33(2): 20-21 (2001)
9EEPeter B. Henderson, Doug Baldwin, Venu Dasigi, Marcel Dupras, Jane Fritz, David Ginat, Don Goelman, John Hamer, Lewis E. Hitchner, Will Lloyd, Bill Marion, Charles Riedesel, Henry MacKay Walker: Striving for mathematical thinking. SIGCSE Bulletin 33(4): 114-124 (2001)
8EEDavid Ginat: Chain of permutations. SIGCSE Bulletin 33(4): 20-21 (2001)
7EEDavid Ginat: Starting top-down, refining bottom-up, sharpening by zoom-in. SIGCSE Bulletin 33(4): 28-31 (2001)
1999
6EEDavid Ginat, Eyal Shifroni: Teaching recursion in a procedural environment -- how much should we emphasize the computing model? SIGCSE 1999: 127-131
1997
5EEEyal Shifroni, David Ginat: Simulation game for teaching communications protocols. SIGCSE 1997: 184-188
1996
4EEDavid Ginat: Efficiency of algorithms for programming beginners. SIGCSE 1996: 256-260
1995
3EEDavid Ginat: Loop invariants and mathematical games. SIGCSE 1995: 263-267
1989
2EEDavid Ginat, A. Udaya Shankar, Ashok K. Agrawala: An Efficient Solution to the Drinking Philosophers Problem and Its Extension. WDAG 1989: 83-93
1 David Ginat, Daniel Dominic Sleator, Robert Endre Tarjan: A Tight Amortized Bound for Path Reversal. Inf. Process. Lett. 31(1): 3-5 (1989)

Coauthor Index

1Ashok K. Agrawala [2]
2Vicki L. Almstrum [18] [22]
3Richard J. Anderson [33]
4Michal Armoni [37]
5Owen L. Astrachan [11] [28]
6Haim Averbuch [34]
7Doug Baldwin [9]
8Joseph Bergin (Joe Bergin) [11]
9John M. Clement [22]
10Venu Dasigi [9]
11Marcel Dupras [9]
12Jane Fritz [9]
13Daniel D. Garcia [11] [17] [21] [28] [33]
14William I. Gasarch [17]
15Don Goelman [9]
16Mark Guzdial [28]
17Bruria Haberman [34] [43]
18John Hamer [9]
19Orit Hazzan [18] [22]
20Peter Henderson [21]
21Peter B. Henderson [9]
22Lewis E. Hitchner [9]
23Will Lloyd [9]
24Bill Marion [9]
25Tom Morley [18]
26Orna Muller [43]
27Richard Rasala [33]
28Charles Riedesel [9]
29A. Udaya Shankar [2]
30Eyal Shifroni [5] [6]
31Daniel Dominic Sleator [1]
32Robert Endre Tarjan [1]
33Henry MacKay Walker [9]

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