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 Claudia Barberis

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Publication years2007-2015
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May 2015 Journal on Computing and Cultural Heritage (JOCCH): Volume 8 Issue 3, May 2015
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Location-based systems currently represent a suitable solution to enhance cultural experiences inside museums, as they can satisfy visitors’ needs through the provision of contextualized contents and services. In this framework, a promising approach to captivate the attention of teenagers—a hard to please target audience—is represented by mobile serious games, such ...
Keywords: cultural heritage, game evaluation, Game-based learning, location-based serious game

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February 2011 IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics: Volume 57 Issue 1, February 2011
Publisher: IEEE Press
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The availability of infotainment contents to be accessed while driving constitutes an added value to both drivers and passengers, improving their travel experience. These contents can be already on-board, diffused through broadcast networks (e.g., FM radio) or delivered on demand by servers as data streams. Vehicular ad-hoc networks (VANET) allow ...
Keywords: epidemic content diffusion, peer-to-peer file sharing, vehicular ad hoc networks

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December 2008 CSSE '08: Proceedings of the 2008 International Conference on Computer Science and Software Engineering - Volume 05
Publisher: IEEE Computer Society
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Both teaching and learning multithreaded programming are complex tasks, due to the abstraction of the concepts, the non-determinism of the scheduler, the impossibility of using classical strategies adopted in procedural programming and the need to develop a practical vision of concurrency problems. In order to overcome these difficulties we developed ...
Keywords: educational technology, concurrent programming, Java language, execution trace visualization, experimental assessment

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July 2007 PADTAD '07: Proceedings of the 2007 ACM workshop on Parallel and distributed systems: testing and debugging
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Multithreading introduces a degree of complexity that is often difficult to grasp by beginners both because of many false assumptions made about the scheduling process and because it is not possible to adopt a trial and error strategy aimed at figuring out what exactly happens during the execution, as a ...
Keywords: software visualization, concurrent programming, object-oriented, education, runtime code instrumentation, execution trace analysis



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