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Publications

Antranig Basman and Philip Tchernavskij. 2020. Escaping the Prison of Style. Convivial Computing Salon workshop at PROGRAMMING 2020.

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Antranig Basman and Philip Tchernavskij. 2018. What Lies in the Path of the Revolution. Psychology of Programming Interest Group 2018 Workshop (PPIG 2018). London, United Kingdom.

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Philip Tchernavskij. 2018. Critique of ‘Files as Directories: Some Thoughts on Accessing Structured Data Within Files’ (1). Critique. Salon des Refusés 2018 workshop at PROGRAMMING 2018. Nice, France.

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This is a critique of a paper by Raphael Wimmer [link]

Antranig Basman, Philip Tchernavskij, Simon Bates and Michel Beaudouin-Lafon. 2018. An Anatomy of Interaction: Co-occurrences and Entanglements. Position paper. Salon des Refusés 2018 workshop at PROGRAMMING 2018. Nice, France.

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Nolwenn Maudet, Ghita Jalal, Philip Tchernavskij, Michel Beaudouin-Lafon and Wendy Mackay. 2017. Beyond Grids: Interactive Graphical Substrates to Structure Digital Layout. In Proceedings of the 2017 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems (pp. 5053-5064). ACM.

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Philip Tchernavskij. 2017. Decomposing Interactive Systems. Position paper. HCI.Tools workshop at CHI 2017. Denver, Colorado.

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Philip Tchernavskij. 2017. Critique of ‘Tracing a Paradigm for Externalization: Avatars and the GPII Nexus’. Critique. Salon des Refusés 2017 workshop at PROGRAMMING 2017. Brussels, Belgium.

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This is a critique of a paper by Colin Clark and Antranig Basman [link].

Philip Tchernavskij, Clemens Nylandsted Klokmose, and Michel Beaudouin-Lafon. 2017. What Can Software Learn From Hypermedia?. Position paper. Salon des Refusés 2017 workshop at PROGRAMMING 2017. Brussels, Belgium.

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PhD Thesis

Philip Tchernavskij. 2019. Designing and Programming Malleable Software. PhD thesis, Université Paris-Saclay, École doctorale nº580 Sciences et Technologies de l'Information et de la Communication (STIC).

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Master's Thesis

Philip Tchernavskij. 2016. Transclusion in Software for the Complex, the Changing, and the Indeterminate. Master's thesis, Aarhus University, Department of Computer Science.

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This version of my master's thesis was lightly revised after my defense. I removed some typos and typographical errors.