Informatics Research Methodologies
Research Papers to Review

Number Papers Deadline Feedback
1 Gunnar AAstrand Grimnes, Stuart Chalmers, Pete Edwards and Alun Preece, GraniteNights - A Multi-agent Visit Scheduler Utilising Semantic Web Technology, M. Klusch et al. (Eds.): CIA 2003, LNAI 2782, pp. 137-151, 2003. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. 4pm Fri 10 October 2007. Feedback
2 Marie-Helene Ng Cheong Vee, Bertrand Meyer and Keith L. Mannock, Empirical Study of Novice Errors and Error Paths in Object-Oriented Programming, 7th Annual HEA-ICS Conference, 2006. 4pm Fri 24 October 2007. Feedback
3 Andrew J. I. Jones and Xavier Parent, Normative-informational positions: a modal-logical approach , Artif Intell Law, pp 7-23, 2007. Springer Netherlands. 4pm Fri 7 November 2007. Feedback
4 Kyriakos Anastasakis, Behzad Bordbar, Geri Georg, and Indrakshi Ray, UML2Alloy: A Challenging Model Transformation, G. Engels et al. (Eds.): MoDELS 2007, LNCS 4735, pp. 436-450, 2007. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. 4pm Fri 21 November 2007. Feedback

Click on the links to find the papers and the feedback. Note that the feedback files will only be made available after the submission deadline. For examples of feedback given in previous years, see the previous year's papers from 2005-06, 2006-07 and 2007-08.

Use the paper's number when submitting your review, i.e. in

 submit msc irm-5  <paper number> <filename>  

Note that, to simplify the submission process, all students should submit coursework as MSc students.

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