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28EEMichael R. Wick: Using programming to help students understand the value of diversity. SIGCSE 2009: 367-371
27EERobert B. Allen, David Klappholz, Michael R. Wick, Carol Zander: Programming-lite: a dialog on educating computer science practitioners in a "flat world". SIGCSE 2007: 243-244
26EEMichael R. Wick: Bridging the conceptual gap: assessing the impact on student attitudes toward programming. SIGCSE 2007: 509-513
25EEMichael R. Wick, Paul J. Wagner: Using market basket analysis to integrate and motivate topics in discrete structures. SIGCSE 2006: 323-327
24EEUrsula Wolz, Tiffany Barnes, Ian Parberry, Michael R. Wick: Digital gaming as a vehicle for learning. SIGCSE 2006: 394-395
23EEMichael R. Wick, Daniel E. Stevenson: On using scheme to introduce prolog. SIGCSE 2006: 41-45
22EEMichael R. Wick, Daniel E. Stevenson, Paul J. Wagner: Using testing and JUnit across the curriculum. SIGCSE 2005: 236-240
21EEDaniel E. Stevenson, Michael R. Wick, Steven J. Ratering: Steganography and cartography: interesting assignments that reinforce machine representation, bit manipulation, and discrete structures concepts. SIGCSE 2005: 277-281
20EEMichael R. Wick: Teaching design patterns in CS1: a closed laboratory sequence based on the game of life. SIGCSE 2005: 487-491
19EEMichael R. Wick: Using the game of life to introduce freshman students to the power and elegance of design patterns. OOPSLA Companion 2004: 103-105
18EEMichael R. Wick, Daniel E. Stevenson, Andrew T. Phillips: Seven design rules for teaching students sound encapsulation and abstraction of object properties and member data. SIGCSE 2004: 100-104
17EEAndrew T. Phillips, Daniel E. Stevenson, Michael R. Wick: Implementing CC2001: a breadth-first introductory course for a just-in-time curriculum design. SIGCSE 2003: 238-242
16EEMichael R. Wick: An object-oriented refactoring of Huffman encoding using the Java collections framework. SIGCSE 2003: 283-287
15EEMichael R. Wick, Daniel E. Stevenson, Andrew T. Phillips: Using an environment chain model to teach inheritance in C++. SIGCSE 2002: 297-301
14EEMichael R. Wick, Andrew T. Phillips: Comparing the template method and strategy design patterns in a genetic algorithm application. SIGCSE Bulletin 34(4): 76-80 (2002)
13EEMichael R. Wick, Daniel E. Stevenson: A reductionist approach to a course on programming languages. SIGCSE 2001: 253-257
12EEMichael R. Wick: Kaleidoscope: using design patterns in CS1. SIGCSE 2001: 258-262
11EEMichael R. Wick: On using C++ and object-orientation in CS1: the message is still more important than the medium. SIGCSE 1995: 322-326
10EEThomas Moore, Michael R. Wick, Blaine Peden: Assessing student's critical thinking skills and attitudes toward computer science. SIGCSE 1994: 263-267
9 Michael R. Wick, William B. Thompson: Reconstructive Expert System Explanation. Artif. Intell. 54(1): 33-70 (1992)
8EEMichael R. Wick: Expert system explanation in retrospect: A case study in the evolution of expert system explanation. Journal of Systems and Software 19(2): 159-169 (1992)
7 Michael R. Wick, William B. Thompson: Reconstructive Explanation: Explanation as Complex Problem Solving. IJCAI 1989: 135-140
6 Michael R. Wick: The 1988 AAAI Workshop on Explanation - Report. AI Magazine 10(3): 22-26 (1989)
5 Michael R. Wick, James R. Slagle: An Explanation Facility for Today's Expert Systems. IEEE Expert 4(1): 26-36 (1989)
4 James R. Slagle, Michael R. Wick: A Method for Evaluating Candidate Expert System Applications. AI Magazine 9(4): 44-53 (1988)
3EEJames R. Slagle, Michael R. Wick: A journalistic explanation facility for an expert system shell (abstract only). ACM Conference on Computer Science 1987: 380
2 James R. Slagle, Michael R. Wick, Marius O. Poliac: AGNESS: A Generalized Network-based Expert System Shell. AAAI 1986: 996-1002
1EEJames R. Slagle, John M. Long, Michael R. Wick, John P. Matts, Arthur S. Leon: An expert system for treadmill excercise ECG test analysis (abtracts). ACM Conference on Computer Science 1986: 421

Coauthor Index

1Robert B. Allen [27]
2Tiffany Barnes [24]
3David Klappholz [27]
4Arthur S. Leon [1]
5John M. Long [1]
6John P. Matts [1]
7Thomas Moore [10]
8Ian Parberry [24]
9Blaine Peden [10]
10Andrew T. Phillips [14] [15] [17] [18]
11Marius O. Poliac [2]
12Steven J. Ratering [21]
13James R. Slagle [1] [2] [3] [4] [5]
14Daniel E. Stevenson [13] [15] [17] [18] [21] [22] [23]
15William B. Thompson [7] [9]
16Paul J. Wagner [22] [25]
17Ursula Wolz [24]
18Carol Zander [27]

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