Towards identifying programming expertise with the use of physiological measures

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Towards identifying programming expertise with the use of physiological measures. / Kontogiorgos, Dimosthenis; Manikas, Konstantinos.

Eye movements in programming: models to data: proceedings of the third international workshop. University of Eastern Finland, 2015. s. 10-11.

Publikation: Bidrag til bog/antologi/rapportKonferencebidrag i proceedingsForskningfagfællebedømt

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Kontogiorgos, D & Manikas, K 2015, Towards identifying programming expertise with the use of physiological measures. i Eye movements in programming: models to data: proceedings of the third international workshop. University of Eastern Finland, s. 10-11, Joensuu, Finland, 22/11/2015.

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Kontogiorgos, D., & Manikas, K. (2015). Towards identifying programming expertise with the use of physiological measures. I Eye movements in programming: models to data: proceedings of the third international workshop (s. 10-11). University of Eastern Finland.

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Kontogiorgos D, Manikas K. Towards identifying programming expertise with the use of physiological measures. I Eye movements in programming: models to data: proceedings of the third international workshop. University of Eastern Finland. 2015. s. 10-11

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Kontogiorgos, Dimosthenis ; Manikas, Konstantinos. / Towards identifying programming expertise with the use of physiological measures. Eye movements in programming: models to data: proceedings of the third international workshop. University of Eastern Finland, 2015. s. 10-11

Bibtex

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