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Perceptions on the Use of WeBWorK as an Online Tutor for
Computer Science" by Olly
Gotel, Christelle Scharff, Andrew Wildenberg, Mamadou
Bousso, Chim Bunthoeurn, Phal Des, Vidya Kulkarni, Srisupa
Palakvangsa Na Ayudhya, Cheikh Sarr and Thanwadee
Sunetnanta, IEEE Frontier in Education (FIE), Saratoga
Springs, New York, October 22-25, 2008.
Software Quality Assurance by
Encouraging Student Contributions to an Open Source
Web-based System for the Assessment of Programming
Assignments" by Olly Gotel, Christelle Scharff and
Andrew Wildenberg, Innovation and Technology in Computer
Science Education, ITiCSE, Madrid, June 24-28, 2008.
and contributing to an
open-source web-based assessment system for the automated
assessment of programming problems" by Olly Gotel,
Christelle Scharff and Andrew Wildenberg, ACM Principles
and Practices of Programming In Java (PPPJ) Conference,
Lisboa, September 5-9, 2007.
- "Privacy-Preserving Data Set Union"
by A. Segre, A. Wildenberg, V. Vieland and Y. Zhang,
Proceedings of the 2006 Conference on Privacy in Statistical Databases.
- "Deconvolving Sequence
Variation in Mixed DNA Populations", by A. Wildenberg,
S. Skiena and P. Sumazin, 6th Annual International
Conference on Research in Computational Molecular Biology
(RECOMB02), Washington DC, April 2002.
- "Nagging: A Scalable Fault
Tolerant Paradigm for Distributed Search", by A. Segre,
S. Forman, G. Resta and A. Wildenberg,
Artificial Intelligence 140:1-2 (September 2002), pp. 71-106.
- "Oliver: an OnLine
Inference and VERification system", by A. Wildenberg and
C. Scharff, Frontiers in Education, October 2002.
- Learning Dynamics of Complex Motions
from Image Sequences, by D. Reynard, A. Wildenberg,
A. Blake and J. Marchant, ECCV 1996.
- Learning and Initialisation for Visual
Tracking by A. Wildenberg, PhD thesis, University of
Oxford Dept. Engineering Science, Oxford, UK, 1997.
You know we're constantly taking. We don't make most of the
food we eat, we don't grow it, anyway. We wear clothes other
people make, we speak a language other people developed, we use
a mathematics other people evolved and spent their lives
building. I mean we're constantly taking things. It's a
wonderful ecstatic feeling to create something and put it into
the pool of human experience and knowledge. -- Steve Jobs,
Rolling Stone, November 1983.