How Do Program Understanding Tools Affect How Programmers Understand Programs? (1998)

by M.-A. D. Storey , K. Wong , H. A. Müller
Citations:70 - 10 self

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17 A Cognitive Framework For Describing And Evaluating Software Exploration Tools – Margaret-Anne D. Storey - 1998
37 Asking and answering questions during a programming change task – Jonathan Sillito - 2008
121 Cognitive Design Elements to Support the Construction of a Mental Model during Software Visualization – M.-A. D. Storey, F. D. Fracchia, H. A. Müller - 1997
43 On Integrating Visualization Techniques for Effective Software Exploration – M.-A. D. Storey, K. Wong, F. D. Fracchia, H. A. Müller - 1997
Program Comprehension by . . . – Rui Yin, Rudolf K. Keller - 2002
10 Theories, tools and research methods in program comprehension: past, present and future – Margaret-anne Storey
11 Program Comprehension – Spencer Rugaber - 1995
16 Visualizing Program Executions on Large Data Sets Using Semantic Zooming – Jeyakumar Muthukumarasamy, John T. Stasko - 1995
98 Intent specifications: An approach to building human-centered specifications – Nancy G. Leveson - 2000
1 JAZ: Java Algorithm visualiZer. A Multi-Platform Collaborative Tool for Teaching and Testing Graph Algorithms – Giancarlo Bongiovanni, Pierluigi Crescenzi, Gabriella Hago - 1998
26 A multi-perspective software visualization environment – Jingwei Wu, Margaret-anne D. Storey - 2000
unknown title – Michael D. Byrne A, Richard Catrambone B, John T. Stasko C - 1999
18 Dynamic query-based debugging – Raimondas Lencevicius, Urs Hölzle, Ambuj K. Singh - 1999
11 Visual Algorithm Simulation – Ari Korhonen - 2003
7 Algorithm Animation for Teaching – Rudolf Fleischer, Ludek Kucera
53 Evaluating animations as student aids in learning computer algorithms – Michael D. Byrne, Richard Catrambone, John T. Stasko - 1999
Software Evolution and . . . – K. H. Bennett, V. T. Rajlich, N. Wilde - 2002
Program Comprehension Experiences . . . – Claire Knight, Malcolm Munro - 2002
21 Theories, Methods and Tools in Program Comprehension : Past, Present and Future – Margaret-anne Storey