<Programming> 2022 Companion
6th International Conference on the Art, Science, and Engineering of Programming (<Programming> 2022 Companion)
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6th International Conference on the Art, Science, and Engineering of Programming (<Programming> 2022 Companion), March 21–25, 2022, Porto, Portugal

<Programming> 2022 Companion – Companion Proceedings

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Interpreter Register Autolocalisation: Improving the Performance of Efficient Interpreters
Guillermo PolitoORCID logo, Nahuel Palumbo, Soufyane Labsari, Stéphane Ducasse, and Pablo Tesone
(University of Lille, France; Inria, France)
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Toward Just-in-Time and Language-Agnostic Mutation Testing
Stefan Reschke ORCID logo, Toni Mattis ORCID logo, Fabio NiephausORCID logo, and Robert HirschfeldORCID logo
(University of Potsdam, Germany)
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Programming in an fMRI Scanner: A Report from the Field
Steven Tanimoto, Rob Thompson, Todd Richards, Cheri Yates, and Virginia Berninger
(University of Washington, USA; Colorado School of Mines, USA; Seattle Childrens Hospital, USA)
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Calling Cards: Concrete Visual End-User Programming
Michael Homer ORCID logo
(Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand)
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A Live Environment to Improve the Refactoring Experience
Sara Fernandes ORCID logo, Ademar Aguiar ORCID logo, and André Restivo ORCID logo
(University of Porto, Portugal)
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Toward Understanding Task Complexity in Maintenance-Based Studies of Programming Tools
Patrick Rein ORCID logo, Tom Beckmann ORCID logo, Toni Mattis ORCID logo, and Robert HirschfeldORCID logo
(HPI, Germany)
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An Experiment in Live Collaborative Programming on the Croquet Shared Experience Platform
Yoshiki OhshimaORCID logo, Aran Lunzer ORCID logo, Jenn Evans ORCID logo, Vanessa Freudenberg ORCID logo, Brian Upton ORCID logo, and David A. Smith ORCID logo
(Croquet Corporation, Japan; Croquet Corporation, UK; Croquet Corporation, Canada; Croquet Corporation, Germany; Croquet Corporation, USA)
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CodeMap: A Graphical Note-Taking Tool Cooperating with an Integrated Development Environment
Rikito Taniguchi and Hidehiko Masuhara
(Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan)
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Example Mining: Assisting Example Creation to Enhance Code Comprehension
Eva Krebs ORCID logo, Patrick Rein ORCID logo, and Robert HirschfeldORCID logo
(HPI, Germany)
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Creating New Programming Experiences Inspired by Boxer to Develop Computationally Literate Society
Mark Guzdial
(University of Michigan)
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Some Humbling Lessons from a Reconstructible Computational Medium
Flávio S. Azevedo
(University of Texas at Austin)
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Automatic Programming and Education
Clayton Lewis
(University of Colorado Boulder)
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On the Generality of Boxer Principles of Spatial Metaphor and Naive Realism
Jeremy Roschelle
(Digital Promise)
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Boxer: A Teacher’s Experience
Henri Picciotto
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