Kurt J. Schmucker

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A conceptual gap exists between the # representations that people use in their minds when thinking about a problem and the representations that computers will accept when they are programmed. Introduction During the past 30 years there have been many attempts to enable ordinary people-people who are not professional programmers to program computers.(More)
Commercirdly available visual programming tools offer an easily-learned and efficient means for the production of custom software — perhaps for a dissertation project, a deployable prototype for user testing, or even just a quick test of a new idea. This CHI tutorial provided an in-depth examination of two of these tools, Novell’s AppWare and Pictorius’(More)
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