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Submissions from 2003

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On Learning of Functions Refutably, Sanjay Jain, Efim Kinber, Rolf Wiehagen, and Thomas Zeugmann

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Advantages and Problems in Using Information Communication Technologies to Support the Teaching of a Multi-institutional Computer Ethics Course, Pat Jefferies, Frances Grodzinsky, and Joe Griffin

Submissions from 2002

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Metadata-Driven Creation of Data Marts From an EAV-Modeled Clinical Research Database, Cynthia A. Brandt, Richard Morse, Keri Matthews, Kexin Sun, Aniruddha M. Deshpande, Rohit Gadagkar, Dorothy B. Cohen, Perry L. Miller, and Prakash M. Nadkarni

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The Impact of using Computer Supported Collaborative Learning Tools on Moral Reasoning in A Multi-Institutional Computer Ethics Module, Joe Griffin, Frances Grodzinsky, and Pat Jefferies

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Blackboard: A Web-Based Resource in the Teaching of a Multi-Disciplinary/Multi-Institutional Computer Ethics Course, Frances Grodzinsky and Joe Griffin

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Some Ethical Reflections on Cyberstalking, Frances Grodzinsky and Herman T. Tavani

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Cyberstalking, Personal Privacy, and Moral Responsibility, Herman T. Tavani and Frances Grodzinsky

Submissions from 2001

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Language Learning from Texts: Degrees of Intrinsic Complexity and Their Characterizations, Sanjay Jain, Efim Kinber, and Rolf Wiehagen

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Learning Recursive Functions Refutably, Sanjay Jain, Efim Kinber, Rolf Wiehagen, and Thomas Zeugmann

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Theory of Computing: A Gentle Introduction, Efim Kinber and Carl H. Smith

Submissions from 2000

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Equity of Access: Adaptive Technology, Frances Grodzinsky

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The Development of the 'Ethical' ICT Professional and the Vision of an Ethical On-Line Society: How Far Have We Come and Where Are We Going?, Frances Grodzinsky

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Learning Languages and Functions by Erasing, Sanjay Jain, Efim Kinber, Steffen Lange, Rolf Wiehagen, and Thomas Zeugmann

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Using Macromedia Director for Multimedia Design on the WWW, Domenick Pinto and Sandra Honda-Adams

Submissions from 1999

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The Functions of Finite Support: A Canonical Learning Problem, Rūsiņš Freivalds, Efim Kinber, and Carl H. Smith

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Networking and Data Communications Laboratory Manual, Frances Grodzinsky, ed.

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The Practitioner From Within: Revisiting the Virtues, Frances Grodzinsky

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Integrating Multimedia Techniques into CS Pedagogy, Sandra Honda, Richard Jou, Ahmad Nasri, Anne-Louise Radimsky, and Bon K. Sy

Submissions from 1997

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Learning Recursive Functions From Approximations, John Case, Susanne Kaufmann, Martin Kummer, and Efim Kinber

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On the Classification of Computable Languages, John Case, Efim Kinber, Arun Sharma, and Frank Stephan

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Computer Access for Students with Disabilities: An Adaptive Technology Laboratory, Frances Grodzinsky

Submissions from 1996

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Frequency Computation and Bounded Queries, Richard Beigel, William I. Gasarch, and Efim Kinber

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Teaching Ethical Issues in Computer Science: What Worked and What Didn't, Kay G. Schulze and Frances Grodzinsky

Submissions from 1995

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On the Impact of Forgetting on Learning Machines, Rūsiņš Freivalds, Efim Kinber, and Carl H. Smith

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Frequency Computation and Bounded Queries (Conference Paper), William I. Gasarch and Efim Kinber

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Learning via Queries with Teams and Anomalies, William I. Gasarch, Efim Kinber, Mark G. Pleszkoch, Carl H. Smith, and Thomas Zeugmann

Submissions from 1994

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Spreading Technology Around: An Investment in Tomorrow, Domenick Pinto and Babu George

Submissions from 1993

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The Anatomy of Programming Languages, Alice E. Fischer and Frances Grodzinsky

Submissions from 1991

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One-Sided Error Probabalistic Inductive Interface and Reliable Frequency Identification, Efim Kinber and Thomas Zeugmann

Submissions from 1989

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The Golden Scapegoat: Portrait of the Jew in the Novels of Balzac, Frances Grodzinsky

Submissions from 1987

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Decision Problems Resulting from Grammatical Inference, Sandor Horvath, Efim Kinber, Arto Salomaa, and Sheng Yu

Submissions from 1982

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Inductive Inference and Computable One‐One Numberings, Rūsiņš Freivalds, Efim Kinber, and Rolf Wiehagen