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A Survey on Adaptive Random Testing

Rubing Huang, Weifeng Sun, Yinyin Xu, Haibo Chen, Dave Towey, Xin Xia
2019 IEEE Transactions on Software Engineering  
This paper provides a comprehensive survey on ART, classifying techniques, summarizing application areas, and analyzing experimental evaluations.  ...  Adaptive random testing (ART) aims to enhance RT's failure-detection ability by more evenly spreading the test cases over the input domain.  ...  Adaptive Random Testing (ART) ART is a family of testing methods, with many different implementations based on various intuitions and criteria.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tse.2019.2942921 fatcat:ttue22jqfbhytjsvpjawmvtcdy


D. Kopytkov, G. Samchuk
2020 Komunalʹne Gospodarstvo Mìst  
The article deals with the problem of determining the transport fatigue of mass transit passengers as one of the human body states.  ...  From the above-stated, we believe that a one-week break between the questionnaire surveys (No.1 and No.2) is sufficient, as the questionnaire is not a test of knowledge and does not contain information  ...  Reliability is a test quality criterion to ensure the measurement accuracy to be stable to extraneous random factors.  ... 
doi:10.33042/2522-1809-2020-6-159-147-152 fatcat:fyn3a3io2zdhjpx67zuemcpfhm

Base protocol for real time active random surveillance of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) – Adapting veterinary methodology to public health

Alessandro Foddai, Juan Lubroth, Johanne Ellis-Iversen
2020 One Health  
Collaborations across countries and sectors as a One Health World could be a milestone.  ...  We propose a general protocol, for setting timely active random surveillance of COVID-19, at the human community level, with systematic repeated detection efforts.  ...  The aim of this article is to propose a general protocol for setting surveys based on random sampling (as frequently used in veterinary surveillance), to the public health settings to assess TP and PFree  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.onehlt.2020.100129 pmid:32292815 pmcid:PMC7102574 fatcat:ctpwjorfobdtvbvqdsqbk2nj3y

The use of adaptive cluster sampling for hydroacoustic surveys

M Conners
2002 ICES Journal of Marine Science  
Resource managers are often required to estimate the size of a wildlife population based on sampling surveys.  ...  The use of adaptive cluster sampling for hydroacoustic surveys. -ICES Journal of Marine Science, 59: 1314-1325.  ...  Acknowledgements This work is part of a Master's thesis at Cornell University, written by M.E.C. under the direction of S.J.S.  ... 
doi:10.1006/jmsc.2002.1306 fatcat:q3d2ijre4nedbf4keemkpqfkvm

A survey on combinatorial group testing algorithms with applications to DNA Library Screening [chapter]

Hung Ngo, Ding-Zhu Du
2000 DIMACS Series in Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science  
Our survey focuses on several classes of constructions not discussed in previous surveys, provides a general view on pooling design constructions and poses several open questions arising from this view  ...  In this paper, we give an overview of Combinatorial Group Testing algorithms which are applicable to DNA Library Screening.  ...  Our survey focuses on several classes of constructions not discussed in previous surveys, provides a general view on pooling design constructions and poses several open questions arising from this view  ... 
doi:10.1090/dimacs/055/13 dblp:conf/dimacs/NgoD99 fatcat:iucteyt7lne6farc7jogpa5u4u

Adaptive geostatistical sampling enables efficient identification of malaria hotspots in repeated cross-sectional surveys in rural Malawi

Alinune N. Kabaghe, Michael G. Chipeta, Robert S. McCann, Kamija S. Phiri, Michèle van Vugt, Willem Takken, Peter Diggle, Anja D. Terlouw, Joshua Yukich
2017 PLoS ONE  
Conclusions Continuous malaria prevalence surveys using adaptive sampling increased malaria prevalence prediction accuracy. Results from the surveys were readily available after data collection.  ...  crosssectional surveys in rural Malawi.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank the participants, Chikwawa District Health Office, and Majete integrated malaria control project staff involved in the ongoing data collection of the presented household prevalence surveys  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0172266 pmid:28196105 pmcid:PMC5308819 fatcat:lyym4cg6g5ebxlcncirue7aobm

BETTER HEALTH: Durham -- protocol for a cluster randomized trial of BETTER in community and public health settings

Lawrence Paszat, Rinku Sutradhar, Mary Ann O'Brien, Aisha Lofters, Andrew Pinto, Peter Selby, Nancy Baxter, Peter D. Donnelly, Regina Elliott, Richard H. Glazier, Robert Kyle, Donna Manca (+6 others)
2017 BMC Public Health  
We present a protocol for the adaptation of BETTER to a public health setting, and testing the adaptation in a cluster randomized trial (BETTER HEALTH: Durham) among low income neighbourhoods in Durham  ...  The Building on Existing Tools to Improve Chronic Disease Prevention and Screening (BETTER) cluster randomized trial in primary care settings demonstrated a 30% improvement in adherence to evidence-based  ...  Study materials in their pre-adaptation versions are available at the website referenced as reference [8] .  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12889-017-4797-3 pmid:28962558 pmcid:PMC5622533 fatcat:aflhjkuurzcppoybpfmzgnnkwq

Increasing efficacy of primary care-based counseling for diabetes prevention: Rationale and design of the ADAPT (Avoiding Diabetes Thru Action Plan Targeting) trial

Devin M Mann, Jenny J Lin
2012 Implementation Science  
The finalized ADAPT system is now being piloted in a small randomized control trial of providers using the system with prediabetes patients over a six-month period.  ...  The team then conducted a series of innovative, "near-live" usability testing simulations to refine the tool and enhance workflow integration.  ...  Intervention patients also complete a brief survey on their impression of the ADAPT tool components.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1748-5908-7-6 pmid:22269066 pmcid:PMC3274467 fatcat:5stag25xo5bf7hcdhv6qyy7zqe

Consistency of Yield Ranking and Adaptability Patterns of Winter Wheat Cultivars between Multi-Environmental Trials and Farmer Surveys

Marcin Studnicki, Manjit S. Kang, Marzena Iwańska, Tadeusz Oleksiak, Elżbieta Wójcik-Gront, Wiesław Mądry
2019 Agronomy  
For the HIM system, however, with the exception of one region, we observed a poor degree of consistency in cultivar ranking.  ...  This indicated a relatively high efficiency of cultivar recommendations based on METs in these regions, especially for the MIM system.  ...  The aim of this study was to present a statistical methodology for assessing cultivar adaptability patterns based on yield data obtained from farmer surveys.  ... 
doi:10.3390/agronomy9050245 fatcat:4d4ifziw2ne7nixhassucqofgq


Gordon C. Reese, Kenneth R. Wilson, Jennifer A. Hoeting, Curtis H. Flather
2005 Ecological Applications  
Adaptive survey designs were an exception to this generalization under the omission error performance criterion.  ...  Generally, model performance was better using random and stratified survey designs than when using other designs.  ...  Further, if maximizing model performance based on AUC, RSS, and commission error are important, use a random or stratified design. To minimize omission error, an adaptive design could work best.  ... 
doi:10.1890/03-5374 fatcat:wv27z5cnhvcdvjtk4ejwm4x4cq

1291Adapting a randomized trial design to develop epidemiology studies for pesticide exposure

Jennifer E. Reed, S. Eliza Dunn (Halcomb)
2021 International Journal of Epidemiology  
For a pesticide to be put on the market it must undergo a series of tests required by regulatory agencies to show with reasonable certainty that human exposures will not result in harm.  ...  This presentation will describe a hypothetical randomized trial design to identify opportunities to adapt elements of experimental epidemiology to address some of the challenges unique to studies of health  ...  For a pesticide to be put on the market it must undergo a series of tests required by regulatory agencies to show with reasonable certainty that human exposures will not result in harm.  ... 
doi:10.1093/ije/dyab168.565 fatcat:vxikqhnisbb4vmo27xo54izf4m

Estimating abundance of spatially aggregated populations: comparing adaptive sampling with other survey designs

Kathryn L Mier, Susan J Picquelle
2008 Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences  
A systematic survey using a single random starting point with a simple random estimator performed as well as and sometimes better than a systematic cluster survey with two starting points (clusters).  ...  We implemented a feasible adaptive sampling survey applied to an aggregated population in a marine environment and compared its performance with five classical survey designs.  ...  Lo of the Southwest Fisheries Science Center, as well as David A. Somerton, Jeffrey M. Napp, and Steven E. Syrjala, all from AFSC.  ... 
doi:10.1139/f07-138 fatcat:nmx4s3i2hff2jk22ahrvcg552y

Datasets for Online Controlled Experiments [article]

C. H. Bryan Liu, Ângelo Cardoso, Paul Couturier, Emma J. McCoy
2022 arXiv   pre-print
The dataset design is guided by a broader discussion on data requirements for common statistical tests used in digital experimentation.  ...  We present the first survey and taxonomy for OCE datasets, which highlight the lack of a public dataset to support the design and running of experiments with adaptive stopping, an increasingly popular  ...  record the result arising from a randomized controlled experiment run online to be included in the survey.  ... 
arXiv:2111.10198v2 fatcat:p23xlrfzlzcwrch7ok5e2vak7y

Finding hotspots: development of an adaptive spatial sampling approach [article]

Ricardo Andrade Pacheco, Francois Rerolle, Jean Lemoine, Leda Hernandez, Aboulaye Meïté, Aurelien Bibaut, Mark van der Laan, Benjamin Arnold, Hugh JW Sturrock
2020 biorxiv/medrxiv   pre-print
Results across all scenarios explored show that adaptive sampling produces superior results and suggest that similar performance to random sampling can be achieved with a fraction of the sample size.  ...  We present an experimental simulation study based on survey data of schistosomiasis and lymphatic filariasis across four countries.  ...  Acknowledgements This work received financial support from the Coalition for Operational Research on Neglected Tropical Diseases (Grant No. 141G), which is funded at The Task Force for Global Health primarily  ... 
doi:10.1101/2020.01.10.20016964 fatcat:wzey6qzs2zg75akisra7a7haf4

Mailed fecal testing and patient navigation versus usual care to improve rates of colorectal cancer screening and follow-up colonoscopy in rural Medicaid enrollees: a cluster-randomized controlled trial

Gloria D. Coronado, Michael C. Leo, Katrina Ramsey, Jennifer Coury, Amanda F. Petrik, Mary Patzel, Erin S. Kenzie, Jamie H. Thompson, Erik Brodt, Raj Mummadi, Nancy Elder, Melinda M. Davis
2022 Implementation Science Communications  
Methods Phase I activities in SMARTER CRC include a two-arm cluster-randomized controlled trial of a mailed fecal test and patient navigation program involving three Medicaid health plans and 30 rural  ...  We describe a two-phase project, SMARTER CRC, designed to achieve the National Cancer Institute Cancer MoonshotSM objectives by reducing the burden of CRC on the US population.  ...  Clinic intake survey Prior to randomization, a clinic intake survey was completed by all participating clinics.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s43058-022-00285-3 pmid:35418107 pmcid:PMC9006522 fatcat:fqkhjylmrveqtflfltgwsbdjpa
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