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Mariam Kamkar

Professor Emerita

Professor in Software Engineering, specializing in large-scale industrial software engineering.

Mariam is professor in Software Engineering, specializing in large-scale industrial software engineering.

Publications

2023

Filip Strömbäck, Linda Mannila, Mariam Kamkar (2023) Using Model-Checking and Peer-Grading to Provide Automated Feedback to Concurrency Exercises in Progvis ACE '23: Proceedings of the 25th Australasian Computing Education Conference, p. 11-20 Continue to DOI

2022

Filip Strömbäck, Linda Mannila, Mariam Kamkar (2022) A Weak Memory Model in Progvis: Verification and Improved Accuracy of Visualizations of Concurrent Programs to Aid Student Learning Koli Calling '22: Proceedings of the 22nd Koli Calling International Conference on Computing Education Research, Article 14 Continue to DOI
Filip Strömbäck, Linda Mannila, Mariam Kamkar (2022) Pilot Study of Progvis: A Visualization Tool for Object Graphs and Concurrency via Shared Memory PROCEEDINGS OF THE 24TH AUSTRALASIAN COMPUTING EDUCATION CONFERENCE, ACE 2022, p. 123-132 Continue to DOI

2021

Filip Strömbäck, Linda Mannila, Mariam KAMKAR (2021) The Non-Deterministic Path to Concurrency - Exploring how Students Understand the Abstractions of Concurrency Informatics in Education. An International Journal, Vol. 20, p. 683-715 Continue to DOI

2020

Filip Strömbäck, Linda Mannila, Mariam Kamkar (2020) Exploring Students' Understanding of Concurrency: A Phenomenographic Study Proceedings of SIGCSE ’20 Continue to DOI

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