Fifth Southeastern November 1-2, 1991

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

THE ROLE AND CONTENTS OF A PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES COURSE IN A COMPUTER SCIENCE CURRICULUM†† ............1

††††† Samuel O. Aletan, Louisiana Tech University

 

INTRODUCING ALTERNATE PROGRAMMING PARADIGMS TO COMPUTER SCIENCE UNDERGRADUATES .............................8

††††† T. Dean Hendrix, Jacksonville State University

 

SOFTWARE CODING STANDARDS FOR PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES IN AN EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT ......................12

††††† Akhtar Lodgher, Marshall University

 

CURRICULUM RELEVANCE SURVEY BY PIKEVII.LE COLLEGE: FINDINGS AND CONCLUSIONS FOR ACADEMIA .................16

††††† Brian L. Millhoff, Pikeville College

 

AN OVERVIEW OF COMPUTER NETWORKS IN EDUCATION: USING NETWORKS IN THE CLASSROOM ...........................27

††††† Marcin Paprzycki, The University of Texas of the Permian Basin

††††† Tony Mitchell, St. Cloud State University

 

INTEGRATE OR SEGREGATE: WHERE DO SPREADSHEETS FIT? ........34

††††† Kathleen M. Brenan, Ashland University

 

MANAGING COMPUTING RESOURCES: CAMPUS COMPUTER ADVISORY COMMITTEES.........................................37

††††† Gail Miles, Lenoir-Rhyne College

††††† John Rabung, Randolph-Macon College

††††† Paula McMullan, Wesleyan College

††††† Susan T. Dean, Samford University

††††† John G. Meinke, Allentown College of St. Francis de Sales

 

NON-ISOMORPHIC AVL-TREES ................................41

††††† Thomas J. Cheatham, Middle Tennessee State University

††††† Jian Wang, Middle Tennessee State University

 

FAST AND RELIABLE METHODS FOR GENERATING RANDOM NUMBERS Ö.46

††††† James K. Harris, Francis Marion College

 

PARAMETER DECISION METHODS OF SERVER'S CAPACITY FOR APERIODIC TASKS IN REAL-TIME SYSTEMS.................54

††††† Sungyoung Lee, Governors State University

††††† Jungwon Seo, Illinois Institute of Technology

 

THE COMPUTER AS A TOOL FOR EXPLORATION IN MATH AND SCIENCE Ö..64

††††† Daniel S. Yates, Randolph-Macon College

††††† Russell E. Shea, Randolph-Macon College

 

DISASTER PLANNING AND RECOVERY ..........................70

††††† Gordon W. Couturier, University of Tampa

 

COMPUTER MODELING AND SOLUTION TECHNIQUES FOR URBAN PROBLEMS...........................................75

††††† Joseph M. Kizza, The University of Tennessee, Chattanooga

 

A COMPUTER MUSIC COURSE ...............................82

††††† Dwight W. Carpenter, Transylvania University

††††† Larry J. Barnes, Transylvania University

 

DEVELOPMENT OF COURSEWARE FOR A COMPUTER-INTENSIVE COURSE IN PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS ............................86

††††† Philip D. Taylor, Wesleyan College

 

TEACHING DRAWING AND DESIGN (CAD) USING DESIGNCAD ......... 91

††††† William J. Winter, Jr., Mary Baldwin College

 

A STUDENT APPLICATION OF THE OBJECT-ORIENTED PARADIGM ......93

††††† Timothy B. Rea, Texas Tech University

††††† Michael L. Buckles, Texas Tech University

 

A STRATEGY FOR INTRODUCING THE DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF COMPLEX SYSTEMS ...................................100

††††† Martha C. McCormick, Jacksonville State University

 

CONTENTS OF A SENIOR LEVEL SOFTWARE ENGINEERING COURSE Ö.105

††††† Akhtar Lodgher, Marshall University

 

A MAINTENANCE BASED SOFTWARE ENGINEERING COURSE ....111

††††† Laurie A. White, Armstrong State College

 

INCORPORATING CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS IN THE SERVICE COURSE ÖÖ116

††††† H. Willis Means, Amarillo College

††††† Stanley I@Means, American Commercial Barge Line Company

 

COMPUTER LITERACY AT SMALL LIBERAL ARTS COLLEGES .........122

††††† Gireesh K. Gupta, Belmont Abbey College

 

INFUSION OF WRITING IN THE CIS CURRICULUM USING STUDENT COMMUNICATION SKILLS TO PROMOTE CRITICAL THINKING .....129

††††† Robert L. Tureman, Jr., Paul DíCamp Community College

 

A MULTICULTURAL APPROACH TO COMPUTER LITERACY ..........133

††††† Richard O'Lander, St. John's University

 

USING DRAWPERFECT GRAPHICS CAPABILITIES ..................138

††††† William J. Winter, Jr., Mary Baldwin College

 

INTRODUCTORY COURSE LAB EXERCISES†† ......................140

††††† R. Dale Johnson, Jacksonville State University

††††† Ronald White, Jacksonville State University

††††† Dean Hendrix, Jacksonville State University

 

DEVELOPMENT AND EVALUATION OF A CS 1 LABORATORY COURSE ...147

††††† Carol W. Wilson, Western Kentucky University

 

COMPUTER LABORATORY UNDER SIEGE: MANAGING THE LAB TO PROTECT STUDENTS AND RESOURCES FROM VIRUSES AND RELATED THREATS...........................................149

††††† Robert L. Tureman, Paul DíCamp Community College

††††† James R. Trump, Paul DíCamp Community College

 

ADVANTAGES AND PROBLEMS OF A COMPUTER-RICH EDUCATIONAL ENVIRONMENT ......................................153

††††† Kay Gladwell Schulze, United States Naval Academy

††††† J. J. Spegele, United States Naval Academy

 

LECTURING WITH HYPERCARD ..............................164

††††† Lonnie Yandell, Belmont College

 

ILLUMINATED MANUSCRIPTS: STUDENT "PAPERS" AND PRESENTATIONS IN THE MULTIMEDIA AGE††† ..............................168

††††† John J. Chalfa, Mercer University

††††† Keith W. Hamon, Wesleyan College

††††† Mark Ledbetter, Wesleyan College

 

TEACHING SOFTWARE PACKAGES IN THE LAB ENVIRONMENT .......171

††††† Nathan E. McMinn, University of Montevallo

††††† William R. Word, University of Montevallo

 

VIDEODISK TECHNOLOGY IN COMPUTER LITERACY CLASSES ........174

††††† D. V. Pigford, Western Kentucky University

††††† G. R. Baur, Western Kentucky University

††††† Low Maynard, Western Kentucky University

††††† Rachel Scott, Western Kentucky University

††††† Clark West, Western Kentucky University

 

PARALLEL COMPUTATION, CELLULAR AUTOMATA, AND THE OBJECTORIENTED PARADIGM IN THE CS II COURSE ...........176

††††† H. Paul Haiduk, Amarillo College

 

THE IMPACT OF THE NEW ACM CURRICULUM: RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE SMALL COLLEGE†††† ..............................177

††††† R. Waldo Roth, Taylor University

 

IS '91 -- DPMA'S LATEST CURRICULUM MODEL† ..................178

††††† William Myers, Belmont Abbey College

 

USING SOFTWARE AIDS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE EDUCATION ........185

††††† Raymond C. Houghton, Jr., Augusta College

 

CURRENT TRENDS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE CURRICULUM: A SURVEY OF TWO-YEAR PROGRAMS .................................189

††††† Sukhen Dey, Indiana University Southeast

††††† Lawrence R. Mand, Indiana University Southeast

 

USING AUTOMATED REASONING TOOLS IN THE UNDERGRADUATE CURRICULUM .......................................200

††††† Art Shindhelm, Western Kentucky University

 

RESEARCH EXPERIENCES IN COMPUTER SCIENCE FOR SMALL-COLLEGE STUDENTS ACROSS THE SOUTHEAST.............205

††††† David Cordes, University of Alabama

††††† Robert Allen, University of Alabama

 

THE RESEARCH PROCESS: A CRITICAL OBSERVATION .............209

††††† Charles W. Golden, Auburn University at Montgomery

 

 

THE STARK CONJECTURE - AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY .............215

††††† Wylie Chiang, University of Maryland, Eastern Shore

††††† Frank C. Lin, University of Maryland, Eastern Shore

 

EFFECT OF OOP ON STUDENT PERFORMANCE IN UPPER-DIVISION COURSES...........................................227

††††† H. Paul Haiduk, Amarillo College

 

UNIX AND NETWORKING IN THE SMALL COLLEGE ENVIRONMENT ....228

††††† Frank Cheatham, Campbellsville College

††††† Paul Eakin, University of Kentucky