Charles KoutchemeAalto University · Department of Computer Science
Doctoral student at Aalto University. Solving the problem of automated feedback using machine learning
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In educational settings, automated program repair techniques serve as a feedback mechanism to guide students working on their programming assignments. Recent work has investigated using large language models (LLMs) for program repair. In this area, most of the attention has been focused on using proprietary systems accessible through APIs. However,...
In introductory programming courses, automated repair tools (ARTs) are used to provide feedback to students struggling with debugging. Most successful ARTs take advantage of context-specific educational data to construct repairs to students’ buggy codes. Recent work in student program repair using large language models (LLMs) has also started to ut...
Background and Context: Over the past year, large language models (LLMs) have taken the world by storm. In computing education, like in other walks of life, many opportunities and threats have emerged as a consequence. Objectives: In this article, we explore such opportunities and threats in a specific area: responding to student programmers' help...