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Discovering Comprehension Pitfalls in Class Hierarchies

Petru Florin Mihancea, Radu Marinescu
2009 2009 13th European Conference on Software Maintenance and Reengineering  
The experimental results presented in this paper, based on three medium-sized systems, indicate that the identified comprehension pitfalls and the approach used to detect them are a promising support for  ...  In this paper, we present a suite of such concrete, recurrent patterns where particular ways of using inheritance and polymorphism can easily mislead developers and maintainers during software understanding  ...  The result of this step consists in a list of informal descriptions of one or more comprehension pitfalls. Next (step 3), a detection technique must be proposed for each identified pitfall.  ... 
doi:10.1109/csmr.2009.31 dblp:conf/csmr/MihanceaM09 fatcat:ac7evde3vnap5atjbl37x5l7va

Building a middle-range theory of Transformative Social Innovation; theoretical pitfalls and methodological responses

Alexander Haxeltine, Bonno Pel, Julia Wittmayer, Adina Dumitru, Rene Kemp, Flor Avelino
2017 European Public & Social Innovation Review  
It identifies three 'pitfalls' that such theorybuilding needs to confront, and presents middle-range theory development, together with a focus on social relations and the processes of social innovation  ...  , as three elements of a theory-building strategy that responds to these pitfalls.  ...  Still, we did not fully avoid the identified 'pitfalls'.  ... 
doi:10.31637/epsir.17-1.5 fatcat:ehwk6uqgq5funka3re34c7etfq

General Pitfalls in Imaging of Patients With Cirrhosis

Ali Morshid, Victoria Chernyak, Alice W. Fung, Khaled Elsayes
2021 Clinical Liver Disease  
Failure to demonstrate the presence of APHE precludes imaging-based diagnosis of HCC. 2 One technique to avoid this pitfall is bolus-triggered tracking to determine the optimal late arterial phase.  ...  help identify this entity, including location within the left medial segment or right anterior segment, wedge-shaped morphology, progressive capsular retraction over time, and geographical extension from  ... 
doi:10.1002/cld.999 pmid:33868651 pmcid:PMC8043701 fatcat:zakq3jdpnvck3lalc523qttqce

Pitfalls in managing a simulation project

Edward J. Williams, Onur M. Ulgen
2012 Proceedings Title: Proceedings of the 2012 Winter Simulation Conference (WSC)  
project management to the guidance and supervision of simulation projects.  ...  Based on various experiences culled from several decades (sometimes the most valuable lessons come from the least successful projects), we offer advisories on the pitfalls which loom at various places  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS Suggestions, comments, and criticisms from five anonymous referees have helped the authors greatly improve the content, clarity, and presentation of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1109/wsc.2012.6464983 dblp:conf/wsc/WilliamsU12 fatcat:3jown7fbwne2vcskr3kxwvwqea

Pitfalls in diagnostic hematopathology: part I

Xianfeng F Zhao
2008 International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Pathology  
the strategies to avoid potential diagnostic errors based on my personal experience.  ...  In the first part of this review series, I will focus on the pitfalls in diagnosing and differentiating chronic lymphocytic leukemia/small lymphocytic lymphoma (CLL/SLL) and mantle cell lymphoma, and discuss  ...  A pitfall in pathology is a diagnostic risk that pathologists should be aware of and avoid. When searching the PubMed using "pitfall in pathology", there were 759 hits as of February 2008.  ... 
pmid:18830390 pmcid:PMC2491396 fatcat:mrtu4oimzrdipftjftevtg7z5i

Effects of Ontology Pitfalls on Ontology-based Information Retrieval Systems
english

Davide Buscaldi, Mari Carmen Suárez-Figueroa
2013 Proceedings of the International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Ontology Development  
In this paper we provide a comprehensive analysis of how ontology pitfalls have an influence on these kinds of systems.  ...  Our survey shows that pitfalls may act as an indicator not only of possible problems in ontology design, but also of OWL features overseen by system developers.  ...  The entities are identified thanks to patternmatching grammars. Lucene 3 is used to store the entities IDs together with the document.  ... 
doi:10.5220/0004550203010307 dblp:conf/ic3k/BuscaldiF13 fatcat:vtgvwkqrirfo3hfl4rrd2h4jum

PALATAL PLEOMORPHIC ADENOMA WITH FLORID SQUAMOUS METAPLASIA: A POTENTIAL DIAGNOSTIC PITFALL
English

Abdul Hakeem Attar, Mandakini B.T, Azhar Fatima
2012 Journal of Evolution of Medical and Dental Sciences  
We discuss the various pitfalls and the features that are helpful in distinguishing between these lesions.  ...  We report a case of pleomorphic adenoma with extensive squamous metaplasia in the palate of a 20 year old man. The dimensions of the tumor were 3x2x2cm.  ...  CONCLUSION: We have reported a case of palatal pleomorphic adenoma with florid squamous metaplasia and with potential pitfalls in the diagnosis.  ... 
doi:10.14260/jemds/16 fatcat:5rnmstp4kvaabnoiuy5pd5y2pm

Pleomorphic Lipoma – A Cytologic Diagnostic Dilemma

Vibhuti Dayanand Ambawade, Amita Ramdas Gawai, Madhuri Shreesh Kate
2013 National Journal of Laboratory Medicine  
Here, we report a case of pleomorphic lipoma, the diagnosis of which was suggested on FNA and subsequently confirmed by surgical excision.  ...  Due to rarity of this tumor, few cases diagnosed by cytology have been reported in English literature.  ...  However awareness of the clinical presentation and cytomorphology of this unusual entity will help to avoid diagnostic pitfalls.  ... 
doi:10.7860/njlm/2012/5919:1985 doaj:cb271729d7c44c089e51cf827b4b1544 fatcat:s4bvwwksavabji4nwxwtnmfoly

Hybrid Intercalated Duct Lesion of the Parotid: Diagnostic Challenges of a Recently Described Entity with Fine Needle Aspiration Findings

Yingting Mok, Yin Huei Pang, Ming Teh, Fredrik Petersson
2015 Head and Neck Pathology  
The potential diagnostic pitfalls presented by the hybrid pattern of this lesion are also discussed.  ...  of such a lesion.  ...  Compliance with Ethical Standards Conflict of interest The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12105-015-0663-8 pmid:26477034 pmcid:PMC4838962 fatcat:36bbiukyh5aeznlwsw3aqadwfy

Peroneal intraneural ganglia. Part II. Lessons learned and pitfalls to avoid for successful diagnosis and treatment

Robert J Spinner, Nicholas M Desy, Michael G Rock, Kimberly K Amrami
2007 Neurosurgical Focus  
Understanding these pitfalls reinforces the rationale behind current treatment recommendations as outlined in the companion article. Avoiding these pitfalls will ultimately improve outcomes.  ...  The authors describe common modes of failure in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with peroneal intraneural ganglia.  ...  We also appreciate the artistic excellence of David Factor (Rochester, Minnesota).  ... 
pmid:17613219 fatcat:ytk4ye32bbc7jhwvbj77reaaia

Pitfalls in Ontologies and TIPS to Prevent Them [chapter]

C. Maria Keet, Mari Carmen Suárez-Figueroa, María Poveda-Villalón
2015 Communications in Computer and Information Science  
We also propose guidelines to avoid the inclusion of such common pitfalls in new ontologies, the Typical pItfalls Prevention Scheme (TIPS), so as to increase the baseline quality of OWL ontologies.  ...  s 21 pitfalls, of which 24 ontologies were also examined manually on the detected pitfalls.  ...  Five new pitfalls have been identified upon closer inspection of the novices' ontologies.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-46549-3_8 fatcat:nyikw65wm5e7xp4ewmmmdipv4q

Typical Pitfalls of Simulation Modeling - Lessons Learned from Armed Forces and Business

Rolf Barth, Matthias Meyer, Jan Spitzner
2012 Journal of Artificial Societies and Social Simulation  
Conclusion 5.1 We identified five possible pitfalls of simulation modeling and provided suggestions how to avoid them.  ...  After identifying typical pitfalls in simulation modeling and suggesting how to avoid them, we can now assess them in a broader context.  ... 
doi:10.18564/jasss.1935 fatcat:3l4wk4ptzbdutcjdclr4kdlpum

Tangential sulcal echoes. Potential pitfall in the diagnosis of parenchymal lesions on cranial sonography

R A Bowerman
1987 Journal of ultrasound in medicine  
An awareness of this potential pitfall in the diagnosis of echogenic brain lesions should help one avoid an erroneous and potentially damaging diagnosis.  ...  The most commonly diagnosed entity, intracranial hemorrhage, and the less frequently seen PVL, are both identified in their early evolution by a pronounced echogenic character replacing the more normally  ... 
doi:10.7863/jum.1987.6.12.685 pmid:3430683 fatcat:dulrppf3lvcwjmx7gelv2fhv3u

Page 714 of International Surgery Vol. 36, Issue 6 [page]

1961 International Surgery  
, with spe- cific mention of a number of pos- sible pitfalls and procedures that are helpful in avoiding them.  ...  The ever-present problem of accu- rate diagnosis of acute abdominal disease, complicated as it is by the existence of a number of pathologic entities presenting similar signs and symptoms, is presented  ... 

Effective RDF Resource Identifiers for Integration of Structured Data Sources

Ian Emmons
2014 Semantic Technologies for Intelligence, Defense, and Security  
Particular attention is paid to avoiding unnecessary coreferences in scenarios where data is drawn from a structured, non-semantic source of record, issues that commonly arise in Department of Defense  ...  (DoD), Intelligence Community (IC), and government contracting scenarios, as well as other common pitfalls.  ...  However, creating sub-optimal IRIs is a common pitfall of the Semantic Web. In the discussion that follows, an important concept is the source of record of a datum.  ... 
dblp:conf/stids/Emmons14 fatcat:qmo75g3xjbftzfmkwvzckywlr4
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