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2018

Osunde, Joseph and Dil, Anton (2018). A secondary data analysis of SEAMs responses for programming and non-programming modules by gender. In: The 7th eSTEeM Annual Conference 2018, 25-26 Apr 2018, Milton Keynes.

Dil, Anton and Osunde, Joseph (2018). Evaluation of a tool for Java specification testing. In: 7th Esteem Annual Conference, 25-26 Apr 2018, The Open University. file

Dil, Anton and Osunde, Joseph (2018). Evaluation of a tool for Java structural specification checking. In: 10th International Conference on Education Technology and Computers, 26-28 Oct 2018, Tokyo, Japan. file

2011

King, David; Morse, David R.; Willis, Alistair and Dil, Anton (2011). Towards the bibliography of life. ZooKeys, 150 pp. 151–166.

2010

Willis, Alistair; King, David; Morse, David; Dil, Anton; Lyal, Chris and Roberts, David (2010). From XML to XML: The why and how of making the biodiversity literature accessible to researchers. In: Language Resources and Evaluation Conference (LREC), 19-21 May 2010, Malta, pp. 1237–1244. file

King, David; Willis, Alistair; Dil, Anton and Morse, David (2010). ABLE Software. The Open University.

Willis, Alistair; King, David; Morse, David; Dil, Anton; Lyal, Chris and Roberts, Dave (2010). ABLE Corpus. The Open University.

2009

Willis, Alistair; Morse, David; Dil, Anton; King, David; Roberts, Dave and Lyal, Chris (2009). Improving search in scanned documents: Looking for OCR mismatches. In: Workshop on Advanced Technologies for Digital Libraries 2009: ICSD - International Conference for Digital Libraries and the Semantic Web, 8 Sep 2009, Trento, Italy. file

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