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By Gerhard Fischer (auth.), Volkmar Pipek, Mary Beth Rosson, Boris de Ruyter, Volker Wulf (eds.)

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This ebook constitutes the refereed complaints of the second foreign Symposium on finish person improvement, IS-EUD 2009, held in Siegen, Germany in March 2009.

The 12 revised complete papers awarded including 2 invited talks and a couple of refereed notes have been rigorously reviewed and chosen. The papers file most modern advances within the box of "End consumer improvement" (EUD) corresponding to collective knowing and sense-making of use difficulties and options, the interplay between finish clients with reference to the creation and diffusion of latest configurations, or delegation styles which can additionally in part contain specialist designers.

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Modding can be seen to combine EUD and participatory design, in that it combines the inclusion of customers in both early and later stages of product development, depending on the customer’s needs. By adopting this activity, modding can be seen as extending the design environment approach to EUD [12][28][40] by making it possible for customers to promote an array of ideas and needs in the early stages of product development, even before a given framework exists. The outcomes of modding, called mods, range from minor alterations to very extensive variations of the original product [15][16].

IEEE, Los Alamitos (2004) 28. : Estimating the Numbers of End Users and End User Programmers. In: IEEE Symp. Visual Lang. Human-Centric Computing, pp. 207–214. IEEE, Los Alamitos (2005) 29. : Testing vs. Code Inspection vs.. What Else? Male and Female End Users’ Debugging Strategies. In: ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems, pp. 617–626. ACM, New York (2008) 30. org/wiki/End_user_development 31. : Harnessing Curiosity to Increase Correctness in End-User Programming. In: ACM Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.

First we found that our feature changes reduced the debugging feature usage gap between males and females. When we compared the males and females in the Treatment group to their counterparts in the Control group, the feature changes were tied to greater interest among the Treatment group. Compared to females in the Control group, Treatment females made more use of debugging features such as checkmarks and X-marks, and had stronger ties between debugging feature usage and strategic testing behaviors.

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