Di Eugenio, B., Fossati, Haller, S., Yu, D., and Glass, M. Be brief, and they shall learn: generating concise language feedback for a computer tutor.
International Journal of Artificial Intelligence in Education
, 18 317-345, 2008.
Beyer, S. and Haller, S. Gender differences and intra-gender differences in computer science students: Are female CS majors more similar to male CS majors or female non-majors?
Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering
, 12 337-365, 2006.
Measuring card sort orthogonality. T. Fossum and S. Haller,
, 22 (3) 139-146, 2005.
Natural language generation for intelligent tutoring systems: a case study. B. Di Eugenio, D. Fossati, D. Yu, S. Haller, M. Glass,
Proceedings of the Twelfth International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education
, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, July 2005.
A new quantitative assessment tool for computer science programs. T. Fossum and S. Haller,
Proceedings of the Tenth Annual Conference on Innovation and Technology in Computer Science Education
, Lisbon, Portugal, June 2005.
Aggregation improves learning: experiments in natural language generation for intelligent tutoring systems. B. Di Eugenio, D. Fossati, D. Yu, S. Haller, M. Glass,
Proceedings of the Forty-third Annual Meeting of the Association of Computational Linguistics
, Ann Arbor, MI, June 2005.
A multi-institutional investigation of computer science seniors' knowledge of programming concepts. L. Murphy, R. McCauley, S. Westbrook, T, Fossum, S. Haller, B. Morrison, B. Richards, K. Sanders, C. Zander, and R. Anderson,
Proceedings of the Thirty-sixth SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education
, February 2005.
What deters women from taking computer science courses? S. Beyer, K. Rynes, and S. Haller,
IEEE Technology and Society Magazine
, 23, 2004.
Minimal text structuring to improve the generation of feedback in intelligent tutoring systems. S. Haller, and B. Di Eugenio.
Proceedings of the Sixteenth Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Conference
, St. Augustine, FL, May 2003.
Reinforcing programming language concepts through implementation in a concept-based course. T. Fossum and S. Haller.
Proceedings of the Consortium for Computing Sciences in Colleges
Ellensburg, WA, October 2003. Published in
The Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges
, 19 (2) 82--90, 2003.
Gender differences in computer science students. S. Beyer, K. Rynes, J. Perrault, K. Hay, and S. Haller.
Proceedings of the Thirty-fourth SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education
, Reno, NV, February, 2003.
Generating natural language aggregations using a propositional representation of sets. S. Haller, B. Di Eugenio, and M. Trolio.
Proceedings of the Fifteenth Florida Artificial Intelligence Research Conference
, 365--369, Pensacola, FL, May 2002.
The association between subject matter and discourse segmentation. S. Haller and T. Fossum,
The Proceedings of the Florida AI Research Symposium
, Key West, FL, May 2001.
Simple natural language generation and intelligent tutoring systems. B. Di Eugenio, M. Glass, M. Trolio, and S. Haller,
The AIED 2001 Workshop on Tutorial Dialog Systems
, San Antonio, TX, May 2001.
A Gender-based study of school children working with ROBOLAB. T. Fossum, S. Haller, M. Voyles, and G. Guttschow,
The AAAI Spring Symposium on Robotics in Education
, Standford, CA, March 2001.
Gender differences in learning computer programming. M. Voyles, G. Guttschow, T. Fossum and S. Haller,
National Association for Research in Science Teaching (NARST 2001)
, March, 2001.
Using protocols to model mixed initiative interaction. S. Haller and T. Fossum,
AAAI Workshop on Mixed Initiative Intelligence
, July, 1999.
An introduction to interactive discourse processing from the perspective of plan recognition and text planning. S. Haller,
Artificial Intelligence Review
, 13: 259-333, 1999. Kluwer Academic Publishers
Mixed depth representation for dialogue processing. S. McRoy, S. Ali, and S. Haller
Proceedings of the 20th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Science Society
, Madison, Wisconsin, 1998.
Retaining women in CS with accessible role models. Haller, S. and Fossum, T.,
Proceedings of the Twenty-ninth SIGCSE Technical Symposium on Computer Science Education
. Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education, Atlanta, Georgia, February, 1998.
Uniform knowledge representation for language processing in the B2 system. S. McRoy, S. Haller, and S. Ali,
Journal of Natural Language Engineering
, 3(2/3), 1997.
Planning text about plans interactively. S. Haller,
International Journal of Expert Systems Special Issue on Knowledge Representation and Inference for Natural Language Processing
, L. Iwanska (ed.),9(1),1996.
IDP -- an interactive discourse planner. S. Haller and S. C. Shapiro,
Trends in Natural Language Generation -- An Artificial Intelligence Perspective
, G. Adorni and M. Zock (eds.), Springer--Verlag, 1996.