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Submissions from 1983

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Cheating in Computer Science Courses: Problems and Some Solutions, Mary Shaw

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Descartes: A programming-language approach to interactive display interfaces, Mary Shaw, Ellen Borison, Michael Horowitz, Tom Lane, David Nichols, and Randy Pausch

Submissions from 1981

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Dynamic Strategy Selection in Flexible Parsing, Jaime G. Carbonell and Philip J. Hayes

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Studies in Ada Style, Peter Hibbard, Andy Hisgen, Jonathan Rosenberg, Mary Shaw, and Mark Sherman

Software Metrics: An Analysis and Evaluation, Alan Perlis, Frederick Sayward, and Mary Shaw

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Abstraction, Data Types, and Models for Software, Mary Shaw

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Alphard: Form and Content, Mary Shaw

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Annotated Bibliography on Software Metrics, Mary Shaw

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When is "Good" Enough? Evaluating and Selecting Software Metrics, Mary Shaw

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Software: Practice and Experience, Mary Shaw, Guy T. Almes, Joseph M. Newcomer, Brian K. Reid, and William A. Wulf

Fundamental Structures of Computer Science, William A. Wulf, Mary Shaw, Paul N. Hilfinger, and Lawrence Flon

Submissions from 1980

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Metaphor - A Key to Extensible Semantic Analysis, Jaime G. Carbonell

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Displaying Data Structures for Interactive Debugging, Brad Myers

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Curriculum 78 -- Is Computer Science Really that Unmathematical?", Anthony Ralston and Mary Shaw

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The impact of abstraction concerns on modern programming languages, Mary Shaw

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Cheating Policy in a Computer Science Department, Mary Shaw, Anita Jones, Paul J. Knueven, John McDermott, Philip Miller, and David Notkin

Submissions from 1979

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An Alphard Specification of a Correct and Efficient Transformation on Data Structures, Jon Louis Bentley and Mary Shaw

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Towards a Self-Extending Parser, Jaime G. Carbonell

Submissions from 1978

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A Problem in Multivariate Statistics: Algorithm, Data Structure, and Applications, John Louis Bentley and Michael I. Shamos

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A fundamental computer science course that unifies theory and practice, Lawrence Flon, Paul Hilfinger, Mary Shaw, and William A. Wulf

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Introducing "Theory" in the Second Programming Course, Paul N. Hilfinger, Mary Shaw, Wm. A. Wulf, and Lawrence Flon

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Letter on Lebesgue, Logic, and Program Testing, Mary Shaw

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Validating the Utility of Abstraction Techniques, Mary Shaw, Gary Feldman, Robert Fitzgerald, Paul Hilfinger, Izumi Kimura, Ralph L. London, Jonathan Rosenberg, and Wm. A. Wulf

Submissions from 1977

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Alphard, Gary Feldman, Robert Fitzgerald, Paul Hilfinger, Mary Shaw, William A. Wulf, and Ralph L. London

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The GRE Advanced Test in Computer Science, GRE Committee of Examiners for the Advanced Test in Computer Science

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Selection of Good Algorithms from a Family of Algorithms for Polynomial Derivative Evaluation, Mary Shaw and J. F.(Joseph Frederick) Traub

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Abstraction and verification in Alphard: defining and specifying iteration and generators, Mary Shaw, William A. Wulf, and Ralph L. London

Submissions from 1975

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Geometric Complexity, Michael I. Shamos

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Closest-point Problems, Michael I. Shamos and Dan Hoey

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Analysis of a Family of Algorithms for the Evaluation of a Polynomial and Some of Its Derivatives, Joseph F. Traub and Mary Shaw

Submissions from 1973

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A System for Structured Programming, Mary Shaw

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Global variable considered harmful, Wm. A. Wulf and Mary Shaw

Submissions from 1967

Computer analysis of chronological seriation (Rice University studies), Frank Hole and Mary Shaw