Journal: IEEE Trans. Education

Volume 43, Issue 4

372 -- 376Jacob L. Cybulski, Tanya Linden. Learning systems design with UML and patterns
377 -- 382Guy Tremblay. Formal methods: mathematics, computer science or software engineering?
383 -- 388James H. Andrews, Hanan Lutfi Lutfiyya. Experiences with a software maintenance project course
389 -- 393James S. Collofello. University/industry collaboration in developing a simulation-based software project management training course
394 -- 399 O. Pearl Brereton, S. Lees, R. Bedson, Cornelia Boldyreff, Sarah Drummond, Paul J. Layzell, Linda A. Macaulay, R. Young. Student group working across universities: a case study in software engineering
400 -- 402H. C. Ratz. Extreme values from skewed distributions [mathematics education]
403 -- 413Ignacio Aedo, Paloma Díaz, Camino Fernández, Guadalupe Muñoz, Antonio Berlanga. Assessing the utility of an interactive electronic book for learning the Pascal programming language
414 -- 419Michael A. Jensen, David V. Arnold, Donald E. Crockett. System-level microwave design: radar-based laboratory projects
420 -- 425Ronald H. Rockland. Reducing the information overload: a method on helping students research engineering topics using the Internet
426 -- 433Jae Wook Jeon. A microprocessor course: designing and implementing personal microcomputers
434 -- 438Herzl Aharoni, Boris Likhterov. An alternative approach for the determination of the "OFF-ON" turnover process in four-layer semiconductor devices
439 -- 442Juan Bisquert, Germà Garcia-Belmonte, Francisco Fabregat-Santiago. The role of instrumentation in the process of modeling real capacitors
443 -- 448David Davenport. Experience using a project-based approach in an introductory programming course
449 -- 454Assim Sagahyroon. From AHPL to VHDL: a course in hardware description languages
455 -- 459John A. Robinson. A software system for laboratory experiments in image processing
460 -- 463Sven Nordebo, Ingvar Claesson, Mattias Dahl. On the use of Remes multiple exchange algorithm for linear-phase FIR filters with general specifications

Volume 43, Issue 3

245 -- 249P. Mohana Shankar, Bruce A. Eisenstein. Project-based instruction in wireless communications at the junior level
250 -- 256Peter S. Excell. Experiments in the use of multiple-choice examinations for electromagnetics-related topics
257 -- 261Jerry S. Branson, John Naber, Glenn Edelen. A simplistic printed circuit board fabrication process for course projects
262 -- 265D. C. Agrawal, V. J. Menson. Light bulb exponent-rules for the classroom
266 -- 272Chien Chou. Constructing a computer-assisted testing and evaluation system on the World Wide Web-the CATES experience
273 -- 276Ivan Stojmenovic. Recursive algorithms in computer science courses: Fibonacci numbers and binomial coefficients
277 -- 283Hélène Dubois, Olivier Sentieys, Daniel Chillet, Jean Luc Philippe. Teaching hardware/software system codesign using CAD tools: a case study in image synthesis
284 -- 287Charles B. Fleddermann. Engineering ethics cases for electrical and computer engineering students
288 -- 295Abdülkadir Erden, Aydan M. Erkmen, Ismet Erkmen, Ronald B. Bucinell, Cherrice Traver, Leila Notash. The multidisciplinary international virtual design studio (MIVDS)
296 -- 299Shu Ching Yang. Information display interface in hypermedia design
300 -- 308Jean-Luc Beuchat, Jacques-Olivier Haenni. Von Neumann's 29-state cellular automaton: a hardware implementation
309 -- 315Kai Shing Yeung, Kuo Hsun Lee. A universal design chart for linear time-invariant continuous-time and discrete-time compensators
316 -- 320J. A. Maroto, J. de Dios, F. J. de las Nieves. Evaluation of the Lorentz law by using a Barlow wheel
321 -- 323R. C. Woods. Noise effects in avalanche photodiodes
324 -- 329Paul H. Lewis. A proposed z-plane criterion to expedite transient-performance analyses
330 -- 335Artice M. Davis. Some fundamental topics in introductory circuit analysis: a critique
336 -- 342Marc T. Thompson. Electrodynamic magnetic suspension-models, scaling laws, and experimental results
343 -- 348Larry Shirland, Jerrold C. Manock. Collaborative teaching of integrated product development: a case study
349 -- 352Shlomo Waks, Moti Frank. Engineering curriculum versus industry needs-a case study
353 -- 361Richard B. Brown, Ronald J. Lomax, Gordon A. Carichner, Alan J. Drake. A microprocessor design project in an introductory VLSI course
362 -- 364Ruoxin Jiang, Haiming Tang, Kartikeya Mayaram. A simple and accurate method for calculating the low frequency common-mode gain in a MOS differential amplifier with a current-mirror load

Volume 43, Issue 2

77 -- 80Richard S. Nichols. 1999 Educational Activities Board Awards
83 -- 91Anthony A. Renshaw, Joshua H. Reibel, Charles A. Zukowski, Katie Penn, Robert O. McClintock, Morton B. Friedman. An assessment of on-line engineering design problem presentation strategies
92 -- 99William E. Dillon, George V. Kondraske, Louis J. Everett, Richard A. Volz. Performance theory based outcome measurement in engineering education and training
100 -- 110Mary Besterfield-Sacre, Larry J. Shuman, Harvey Wolfe, Cynthia J. Atman, Jack McGourty, Ronald L. Miller, Barbara Olds, Gloria M. Rogers. Defining the outcomes: a framework for EC-2000
111 -- 119Flora P. McMartin, Ann McKenna, Ken Youssefi. Scenario assignments as assessment tools for undergraduate engineering education
120 -- 124Jack McGourty. Using multisource feedback in the classroom: a computer-based approach
125 -- 131Kevin Scoles, Nihat Bilgutay, Jerene Good. A new course evaluation process
132 -- 136Joanne Ingham. Data warehousing: a tool for the outcomes assessment process
137 -- 142Cynthia J. Finelli, Mark A. Wicks. An instrument for assessing the effectiveness of the circuits curriculum in an electrical engineering program
143 -- 152Thaddeus Roppel, John Y. Hung, Stuart W. Wentworth, Alan Scottedward Hodel. An interdisciplinary laboratory sequence in electrical and computer engineering: curriculum design and assessment results
153 -- 158Eric Van Duzer, Flora P. McMartin. Methods to improve the validity and sensitivity of a self/peer assessment instrument
159 -- 163Erlind G. Royer, Cameron H. G. Wright, Donna E. Peterson. Assessment for electrical engineering programs-processes implemented at the United States Air Force Academy
164 -- 173Jennifer Turns, Cynthia J. Atman, Robin Adams. Concept maps for engineering education: a cognitively motivated tool supporting varied assessment functions
174 -- 181Jed S. Lyons, Abdel Bayoumi. CQI processes, results, and program improvements for engineering design
182 -- 187Teri Reed Rhoads, Norma Faris Hubele. Student attitudes toward statistics before and after a computer-integrated introductory statistics course
188 -- 199Michael J. Safoutin, Cynthia J. Atman, Robin Adams, Teodora Rutar, John C. Kramlich, James L. Fridley. A design attribute framework for course planning and learning assessment
203 -- 210Sumit Ghosh. Integrating design into undergraduate honors theses in a computer engineering program: an experiment
211 -- 220Kuo-En Chang, Bea-Chu Chiao, Sei-Wang Chen, Rong-Shue Hsiao. A programming learning system for beginners-a completion strategy approach
221 -- 223Kevin W. Bowyer, George C. Stockman, Louise Stark. Themes for improved teaching of image computation
224 -- 226James F. Hoburg, S. M. O'Mullan, David Fugate. Applications of magnetic field management in teaching electromagnetics
227 -- 236Isabelle Huynen, Robert Platteborze, Danielle Vanhoenacker-Janvier, André Vander Vorst. Short-term project on microwave passive planar circuits: an educational approach
237 -- 241Jian Ma, Duanning Zhou. Fuzzy set approach to the assessment of student-centered learning
242 -- 0G. F. Paskusz. Comments on "Transient analysis of energy equation of dynamical systems"

Volume 43, Issue 1

1 -- 14Christopher W. Trueman. Interactive transmission line computer program for undergraduate teaching
15 -- 18José M. Grima Palop, José M. Andres Teruel. Virtual work bench for electronic instrumentation teaching
19 -- 24Woon-Seng Gan, Yong Kim Chong, Wilson Gong, Wei-Tong Tan. Rapid prototyping system for teaching real-time digital signal processing
25 -- 29Donald T. Comer, David J. Comer. A new amplifier circuit with both practical and tutorial value
30 -- 35Jerry S. Busby, Katy Payne, J. Scamans, Ralph E. Hibberd. An evaluation of an instructional system for engineering task estimation
36 -- 42John E. Mahan, Anura P. Jayasumana, Derek Lile, Mike Palmquist. Bringing an emphasis on technical writing to a freshman course in electrical engineering
43 -- 51William L. Brown, Andrew Y. J. Szeto. Reconciling Spice results and hand calculations: unexpected problems
52 -- 57Frede Blaaberg, Marian P. Kazmierkowski, John K. Pedersen, Paul Thogersen, Michael Tønnes. An industry-university collaboration in power electronics and drives
58 -- 62Lawrence Hmurcik, Samira Husic, Ganesh S. Murthy, Amra Hadzic, Jianen Chen. Using the Fourier series in a circuits or DSP laboratory
63 -- 68Raúl José Martín-Palma, J. M. Martínez-Duart, Angus Macleod. Determination of the optical constants of a semiconductor thin film employing the matrix method
69 -- 72David M. Drury. The unification of the Lorentz and Coulomb gauges of electromagnetic theory
73 -- 74V. V. Bapeswara Rao. A sequential technique for active network analysis