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Page 454 of Behavior Research Methods Vol. 10, Issue 3 [page]

1978 Behavior Research Methods  
This program is a stand¬ alone FORTRAN program requiring no other software than a FORTRAN IV compiler.  ...  Befiavior Research Methods & Instrumentation 1978, Vol. 10 (S). 454 PLA-3: A FORTRAN program for prediction logic analysis for three-dimensional contingency tables EDWARD E. BRENT, JR.  ... 

Page 68 of Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology Vol. 14, Issue 2 [page]

1982 Journal of Research and Practice in Information Technology  
The situation with Fortran programs, which have pro- vided most of the empirical support for the length equation, is quite different.  ...  In the absence of a deductive proof the length equation must stand or fall on the empirical evidence provi- ded, which to date has come solely from Fortran and PL/1 programs.  ... 

Defect patterns and software metric correlations in a mature ubiquitous system [article]

Tim Hopkins, Les Hatton
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Software engineering is not an empirically based discipline. Consequently, many of its practices are based on little more than a generally agreed feeling that something may be true.  ...  Here we analyse the defect growth and structural patterns in just such a system, a numerical library written in Fortran evolving over a period of 30 years.  ...  It is therefore much less vulnerable to the problems which occur in many systems through imprecisely defined requirements, [19] . • Unlike later standardisations of Fortran, Fortran 77 has an incomplete  ... 
arXiv:1912.04014v1 fatcat:su2o2kncsvgdfpbm7rf7lnvupa

Two-Way Analysis of Covariance

Eugene D. Fitzpatrick, Charles R. Berger
1970 Educational and Psychological Measurement  
This program was written in “level E FORTRAN” for use on an IBM 360/40 operating under OS; however, it is compatible with higher level FORTRAN compilers as well as with DOS FORTRAN.  ...  BERGER Illinois State University Ir is frequently impractical to control empirically all of the related factors which may interact with criterion measures used in analysis of variance.  ... 
doi:10.1177/001316447003000326 fatcat:u7ybjhponbat5hno7msfzqdj6q

A Fortran Program Series for Generating Relatively Independent and Homogeneous Keys for Scoring Biographical Inventories

Michael T. Matteson, Hobart G. Osburn
1970 Educational and Psychological Measurement  
Depending on the results of this stage of the analysis, modifications may be made to the composition of any of the keys and one or more of the programs may be re-executed.  ...  hundred items, has been used to predict criteria through the use of empirically de- rived scoring keys.  ... 
doi:10.1177/001316447003000114 fatcat:5vryykwbjzbyvos2gnncmajdgi

On the relative comprehensibility of various control structures by novice Fortran programmers

C.H. Smith, H.E. Dunsmore
1982 International Journal of Man-Machine Studies  
In the first, subjects found FORTRAN programs written with IF-THEN constructs significantly easier to comprehend than comparable programs using GOTOs.  ...  In the second experiment, programs written with GOTOs were found to be significantly easier to understand than similar programs with the GOTOs replaced by IF-THEN and WHILE-DO control structures.  ...  Our first experiment involved a program segment in classic FORTRAN and a modest revision that used an IF-THEN in place of a logical IF and two GOTOs.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0020-7373(82)80017-5 fatcat:qvsbz5tpmbg3jk53gwinplsvcm

Computing aspects of power for multiple regression

William P. Dunlap, Xue Xin, Leann Myers
2004 Behavoir research methods, instruments & computers  
Figure 1 shows an example of running the program from the PC. The FORTRAN program that corresponds to the executable program appears in the Appendix.  ...  Alternatively, one can approach the problem in terms of utility analysis, asking what advantage, in terms of a process of selection or prediction, an equation might have, usually framed in monetary amounts  ...  APPENDIX FORTRAN Program Listing (Ding & Bargmann, 1991, Algorithm AS 260, c Appl.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03206551 pmid:15641416 fatcat:bpcf7rkgbvawlma2eeadzuyjkq

Refactoring and the evolution of Fortran

Jeffrey L. Overbey, Stas Negara, Ralph E. Johnson
2009 2009 ICSE Workshop on Software Engineering for Computational Science and Engineering  
This is illustrated by using Photran, a refactoring tool for Fortran, to eliminate global variables from Fortran programs so that they can be used with Adaptive MPI, a version of MPI that performs load  ...  A refactoring tool can eliminate use of these features from programs; this makes programs easier to understand and maintain, and it can simplify building certain programming tools.  ...  of Fortran program evolution.  ... 
doi:10.1109/secse.2009.5069159 dblp:conf/icse/OverbeyNJ09 fatcat:rcnxq2b37ncdflkhs6mzfkcuaq

Page 18 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 57, Issue 1 [page]

1977 Psychological Abstracts  
—Describes the functions of a FORTRAN IV revision of an earlier 3-mode factor analysis program. The earlier program used a tape-based routine to implement large storage requirements.  ...  (U Montana) A revised FORTRAN program for three-mode factor analysis. Educational & Psychological Measurement, 1976(Spr), Vol 36(1), 169-170.  ... 

Page 776 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 40, Issue 8 [page]

1966 Psychological Abstracts  
—The development of an associated version of Rank Order Typal Analysis is presented for use in the isolation of independent types. Empirical data are given illustrating the quantitative method.—W.  ...  A deck of BCD cards is produced by the program that may be used as an input matrix for a factor analysis or any program that requires a correlation matrix input.— W. Coleman. 8230.  ... 

Mc2FOR: A tool for automatically translating MATLAB to FORTRAN 95

Xu Li, Laurie Hendren
2014 2014 Software Evolution Week - IEEE Conference on Software Maintenance, Reengineering, and Reverse Engineering (CSMR-WCRE)  
The first part is an interprocedural analysis component to estimate the static type characteristics, such as the shape of arrays and the range of scalars, which are used to generate variable declarations  ...  Rather than rewriting the code by hand, our solution is to provide a tool that automatically translates the original MATLAB program to an equivalent FORTRAN program.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank all the members of the McLab team, in particular Jun Li who developed the first prototype, Anton Dubrau who developed Tamer and helped starting this project, and  ... 
doi:10.1109/csmr-wcre.2014.6747175 dblp:conf/csmr/LiH14 fatcat:x52zoz5bandhbhapeksv22rerm

"Programming effort" analysis of the ELLPACK language

John R. Rice
1979 ACM SIGNUM Newsletter  
Three alternatives are considered: (l) Using ELLPACK. a problem statement language. (2) Writing a control program for a set of powerful library routines. (3) Programming the entire solution i"n Fortran  ...  The measures of programming effort used are (1) lines of code needed, (2) number of operators and operands used and (3) elementary mental discriminations required.  ...  This is an empirical method to define and relate various program parameters to the effort required to write the ptograms.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1053417.806444 fatcat:2gct2zswerecjneyzbqiwgpime

"Programming effort" analysis of the ELLPACK language

John R. Rice
1979 Proceedings of the SIGNUM Conference on the Programming Environment for Development of Numerical Software on -  
Three alternatives are considered: (l) Using ELLPACK. a problem statement language. (2) Writing a control program for a set of powerful library routines. (3) Programming the entire solution i"n Fortran  ...  The measures of programming effort used are (1) lines of code needed, (2) number of operators and operands used and (3) elementary mental discriminations required.  ...  This is an empirical method to define and relate various program parameters to the effort required to write the ptograms.  ... 
doi:10.1145/800208.806444 fatcat:btl6wmq4pnanrkygzokc357ncq

A General Fortran IV Test Scoring Program

Daniel S. Sheehan, Ronald K. Hambleton
1974 Educational and Psychological Measurement  
A GENERAL FORTRAN IV TEST SCORING PROGRAM! DANIEL S. SHEEHAN ano RONALD K.  ...  subscales where a descriptive sta- tistical analysis of the scores is desired.  ... 
doi:10.1177/001316447403400131 fatcat:6ti3qhrskzbkzpmyvsijqvyyrq

Advances in Ordinary Kriging Using the Stampede and Bridges Supercomputers

Erin M. Hodgess, Kendra Mhoon
2018 Journal of Geological Resource and Engineering  
These improvements include processing and forecasting vectors of size 25,000 in an average time of 6 minutes on the Stampede Supercomputer and 2.5 minutes on the Bridges Supercomputer as compared to previous  ...  A new approach for the implementation of variogram models and ordinary kriging using the R statistical language, in conjunction with Fortran, the MPI (Message Passing Interface), and the "pbdDMAT" package  ...  We thank Kevin Chen, Kay Hunt, Nancy Wilkins-Diehr for their assistance which was made possible by the XSEDE ECSS (Extended Collaborative Support Service) program and the Campus Champions Fellows program  ... 
doi:10.17265/2328-2193/2018.01.002 fatcat:6qz7zw4edbahflzy765ofe33dm
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