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PERCS Productivity Assessment Publications



2010

Using CogTool to Model Programming Tasks
John Richards, Rachel Bellamy, Bonnie John, Cal Swart, John Thomas
Psychology of Programming Interest Group: Work in Progress, pp. 1, 2010

Assessing Programmer Productivity: Quantitative and Qualitative Methods
Christine Halverson, John Richards
Psychology of Programming Interest Group: Work in Progress, 2010

Using CogTool to model programming tasks
Rachel Bellamy, Bonnie John, John Richards, John Thomas
Evaluation and Usability of Programming Languages and Tools, pp. 1:1--1:6, ACM, 2010
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Using CogTool to Model Programming Tasks
R Bellamy, B John, J Richards, J Thomas
PLATEAU Workshop at ONWARD/SPLASH 2010


2009

Climbing the Plateau
C A Halverson, J Carver
PLATEAU 09 , 2009


2008

Towards an Ecologically Valid Study of Programmer Behavior for Scientific Computing,
Christine Halverson, Calvin B Swart, Jonathan P Brezin, John T Richards, Catalina M Danis
SE-CSE 2008: 1st International Workshop on Software Engineering for Computational Science and Engineering (Carver, et. al.)

Towards an ecologically valid study of programmer behavior for scientific computing
C Halverson, Cal Swart, Jonathan Brezin, John Richards, Catalina Danis
Proceedings of the First Workshop on Software Engineering for Computational Science and Engineering, ICSE, 2008

Towards Applying Complexity Metrics to Measure Programmer Productivity in High Performance Computing
C Danis, J Thomas, J Richards, J Brezin, C Swart, C Halverson, R Bellamy, P Malkin.
SE-CSE 2008: 1st International Workshop on Software Engineering for Computational Science and Engineering (Carver, et. al.)


2006

The Value Derived from the Observational Component in an Integrated Methodology for the Study of HPC Programmer Productivity
C Danis, C Halverson, TJ IBM, NY Hawthorne
Third Workshop on Productivity and Performance in High-End Computing (PPHEC-06), pp. 11, 2006




Associated Teams

Social Computing Group