The JUnit Generation (JUG) system provides fast, semiautomated feedback to students. It uses a Java-like script to generate unit tests and time complexity tests, then runs those tests to generate reports. The goals for JUG are improved feedback for students, and decreased preparation and grading time for instructors and grading assistants.
We present a new static single assignment form which can be used by an optimizing compiler as its internal representation and the micro-architecture as its instruction set. This representation, Future Gated Single Assignment Form (FGSA), directly represents the use-def relationship of variables by employing the concept of congruence classes and the concept… (More)
With the continued and alarming lack of involvement in computing among college students, attention has recently focused on engaging students at the middle and high school levels. Our "Copper Country Programmers" club began as a community outreach program to fill a gap left by the elimination of the computing curriculum in the local school district. In our… (More)
It is evident that the shape of the failure rate function plays an inevitable role in repair and replacement strategies, the mean residual life function is more relevant as the same summarizes the entire residual life functions. In this paper we formulate different fuzzy partial ordering results related to mean residual life order and proportional mean… (More)