Edward C. Dillon, Jr.
Edward C. Dillon, Jr.
Assistant Professor, Morgan State University
Verified email at morgan.edu
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Cyberbullying detection with a pronunciation based convolutional neural network
X Zhang, J Tong, N Vishwamitra, E Whittaker, JP Mazer, R Kowalski, H Hu, ...
2016 15th IEEE international conference on machine learning and applications …, 2016
392016
“Comparing Feature Assistance Between Programming Environments and Their Effect on Novice Programmers
E Dillon, M Anderson-Herzog, M Brown
Journal for Computing Sciences in Colleges 27 (5), 69-77, 2012
232012
The State of African Americans in Computer Science: The Need to Increase Representation
E Dillon, J Gilbert, J Jackson, LV Charleston
Computing Research Association – Women, Expanding the Pipeline Column, 2015
182015
Comparing Mental Models of Novice Programmers when using Visual and Command Line Environments
E Dillon, M Anderson-Herzog, M Brown
ACM Southeast Conference, 2012
162012
African Americans in the US computing sciences workforce
JE Gilbert, JFL Jackson, EC Dillon Jr, LVJ Charleston
Communications of the ACM 58 (7), 35-38, 2015
112015
Exploring Affective Reaction During User Interaction with Colors and Shapes
T Abegaz, E Dillon, J Gilbert
Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics, 2015
112015
Affecting operator trust in intelligent multirobot surveillance systems
S Dawson, C Crawford, E Dillon, M Anderson-Herzog
IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 2015
52015
Teaching students to program using visual environments: Impetus for a faulty mental model?
E Dillon, M Anderson-Herzog, M Brown
Journal of Computational Science Education 5 (1), 1-2, 2014
42014
Examining the expectations of autonomy and human intervention in a multi-robot surveillance task
S Dawson, C Crawford, E Dillon, M Anderson
Proceedings of the 50th Annual Southeast Regional Conference, 345-346, 2012
32012
Comparing Feature Sets within Visual and Command Line Environments and their effect on Novice Programming
E Dillon, M Anderson, M Brown
ACM SIGCSE Conference on Computer Science Education, 2012
32012
Studying the Novice’s Perception of Visual and Command Line Programming Tools in CS1
E Dillon, M Anderson-Herzog, M Brown
Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 2012
32012
Course Content as a Tool of Inclusivity for Black/African-American Women in Computing
E Dillon, KL Williams
The Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, 151, 2020
22020
Finding a Holistic Design for Elderly People to Type on Smartphones
L Liu, E Dillon, J Zhang
10th International Conference on Pervasive Technologies Related to Assistive …, 2017
22017
Exposing Rural African American Students to Computer Science as a Career Choice Using Robots
E Dillon, M Anderson-Herzog
IEEE STC-BPC Research in Equity and Sustained Participation in Engineering …, 2015
22015
Investigating Perceived Usability and Choice Satisfaction of Alternative Search Engine’s Presentation for Older Adults
T Abegaz, E Dillon, J Gilbert
Human Factors and Ergonomics Society, 2015
22015
Measuring the effects of low assistive vs. moderately assistive environments on novice programmers
E Dillon
The University of Alabama Libraries Digital Collections, 2012
22012
Which environment is more suitable for novice programmers: editor/command line/console environment vs. Integrated Development Environment
E Dillon Jr
The University of Alabama Electronic Theses and Dissertations, 2009
12009
2020 Research on Equity and Sustained Participation in Engineering, Computing, and Technology (RESPECT)
C Gardner-McCune, N Washington, E Dillon, G Washington, J Payton
2020
Connecting with Computing: Exploring Black/African-American Women's People-Centered Interests in Computing Sciences
E Dillon, KL Williams
2020 Research on Equity and Sustained Participation in Engineering …, 2020
2020
Racial differences in cyberbullying from the perspective of victims and perpetrators.
RM Kowalski, E Dillon, J Macbeth, M Franchi, M Bush
American journal of orthopsychiatry 90 (5), 644, 2020
2020
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