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Page 64 of Journal of Educational Psychology Vol. 9, Issue 2 [page]

1918 Journal of Educational Psychology  
Two control groups were given these tests, but without the intervening practice with the code. The general plan of the experiment may be illustrated by the following diagram.  ...  AN EXPERIMENT IN LEARNING Practiced Group lst day Gel Pee. kc A Sede 12th day 13th day { ° - nian Practice series. with code. 22 trials. > tests given repeated Unpracticed or Control Group lst day 13th  ... 

A survey on test practitioners' awareness of test smells [article]

Nildo Silva Junior, Larissa Rocha, Luana Almeida Martins, Ivan Machado
2020 arXiv   pre-print
As the test code with test smells increases in size, these tests might become more complex, and as a consequence, much harder to understand and evolve correctly.  ...  Another relevant evidence was that developers' professional experience can not be considered as a root-cause for the insertion of test smells in test code.  ...  Lack of experience with software development in general may contribute to the use of bad practices.  ... 
arXiv:2003.05613v1 fatcat:kjz2d7fp7fhhdgcpbhft4uoawy

OpenSAFELY NHS Service Restoration Observatory 1: primary care clinical activity in England during the first wave of COVID-19

Helen J Curtis, Brian MacKenna, Richard Croker, Peter Inglesby, Alex J Walker, Jessica Morley, Amir Mehrkar, Caroline E Morton, Seb Bacon, George Hickman, Chris Bates, David Evans (+24 others)
2021 British Journal of General Practice  
general practice, in situ using OpenSAFELY.MethodActivity using Clinical Terms Version 3 codes and keyword searches from January 2019 to September 2020 are described.ResultsActivity recorded in general  ...  There was a large drop in coded activity for laboratory tests, with broad recovery to pre-pandemic levels by September.  ...  platform; and for generous assistance and close collaboration from the information governance and database teams at NHS England/NHSX.  ... 
doi:10.3399/bjgp.2021.0380 pmid:34750105 pmcid:PMC8589464 fatcat:7lzronm7avfrjf27ida3jmandq

Methods and results of a class experiment in learning

Walter F. Dearborn, John M. Brewer
1918 Journal of Educational Psychology  
In the complex dotting test, as in the digit-symbol test, the general limits of possible improvement in a single period of practice comparable to that of the code practice have not been determined, but  ...  Finally, the conclusions to be drawn from the comparative gains in the test and practice series agree in general with those of more extensive experiments on the general effect of practice.  ... 
doi:10.1037/h0074339 fatcat:abc5mozhgbbajlhhlxslw7s2nq

What evidence is there for a delay in diagnostic coding of RA in UK general practice records? An observational study of free text

Elizabeth Ford, John Carroll, Helen Smith, Kevin Davies, Rob Koeling, Irene Petersen, Greta Rait, Jackie Cassell
2016 BMJ Open  
We explored the use of free text in UK general practice patient records to evaluate delays in recording of rheumatoid arthritis (RA) diagnosis.  ...  We also aimed to locate and quantify disease and diagnostic information recorded only in text. Setting : UK general practice patient records from the Clinical Practice Research Datalink.  ...  disease. 16 However, no validation studies of RA in UK general practice records have assessed the sensitivity of RA codes, or their timeliness in application.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2015-010393 pmid:27354069 pmcid:PMC4932264 fatcat:uae4qx3fsvf3peuqjwltsynvcq

Management of first-episode pelvic inflammatory disease in primary care: results from a large UK primary care database

Amanda Nicholson, Greta Rait, Tarita Murray-Thomas, Gwenda Hughes, Catherine H Mercer, Jackie Cassell
2010 British Journal of General Practice  
Evidence of care outside general practice was associated with a 40% reduction in odds of having either recommended treatment or a C. trachomatis test within general practice (odds ratio [OR] = 0.6; 95%  ...  Research databases of electronic primary care records enable identification of women seen in general practice and given a diagnostic code for PID.  ... 
doi:10.3399/bjgp10x532404 pmid:20883614 pmcid:PMC2944949 fatcat:u322q45y3jfofjmq6ee5r3xgey

Advances in unit testing

Tao Xie, Nikolai Tillmann, Pratap Lakshman
2016 Proceedings of the 38th International Conference on Software Engineering Companion - ICSE '16  
Parameterized unit testing, recent advances in unit testing, is a new methodology extending the previous industry practice based on traditional unit tests without parameters.  ...  and selection of internal, whitebox test inputs (i.e., high-code-covering test inputs) by tools.  ...  Tao Xie's work is also supported in part by NSF grants CCF-1349666, CCF-1409423, CNS-1434582, CCF-1434596, and CNS-1513939, and a Google Faculty Research Award.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2889160.2891056 dblp:conf/icse/XieTL25 fatcat:gkavhlymcrebraaciegth6tfri

Overview of existing safeguarding techniques for automatically generated code

Ingo Stürmer, Daniela Weinberg, Mirko Conrad
2005 Proceedings of the second international workshop on Software engineering for automotive systems - SEAS '05  
Code generators are increasingly used in an industrial context to translate graphical models into executable code.  ...  Since the code is often deployed in safety-related environments, the quality of the code generators is of paramount importance.  ...  The third issue we considered was the generated code. We described practical ways of gaining confidence in the code.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1083190.1083192 fatcat:jurrd3ypqzfqddp7lrsyfjqk7q

Overview of existing safeguarding techniques for automatically generated code

Ingo Stürmer, Daniela Weinberg, Mirko Conrad
2005 Software engineering notes  
Code generators are increasingly used in an industrial context to translate graphical models into executable code.  ...  Since the code is often deployed in safety-related environments, the quality of the code generators is of paramount importance.  ...  The third issue we considered was the generated code. We described practical ways of gaining confidence in the code.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1082983.1083192 fatcat:qkklasq3izgajirw4ilplpsyo4

Checking correctness of code generator architecture specifications

Niranjan Hasabnis, Rui Qiao, R. Sekar
2015 2015 IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Code Generation and Optimization (CGO)  
Sekar 18 / 19 Conclusion • Novel approach to test correctness of code generators • Easy integration with compiler test suites • Evaluation for GCC's x86 code generator • Strict-equivalence checking: 39  ...  development cycle 4 Evaluation • GCC's x86 code generator for basic and SSE instructions (140 in total) • Found 7 soundness violations • 1 was confirmed as a bug in latest GCC.  ... 
doi:10.1109/cgo.2015.7054197 dblp:conf/cgo/HasabnisQS15 fatcat:goxeauefcbbudimldz5fcxjkua

Generating Effective Test Suite for Multiparameter Software using ACTS Tool and its Verification using Code Coverage Tools

Abhinandan H. Patil, Neena Goveas, Krishnan Rangarajan
2018 International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research  
Empirical data generated with the code coverage confirms the effectiveness of ACTS generated test suite for a simple project.  ...  Combinatorial testing is a practical method to test software with multiple input parameters. National Institute of Standards and Technology has developed tools which aid combinatorial testing.  ...  Traditional pairwise testing targets the 2-way interaction failures and has been in practice for quite some time.  ... 
doi:10.14299/ijser.2018.08.04 fatcat:3b5tllzirffw5fv7dv3o72vsci

Practice nurses' workload and consultation patterns

L A Jeffreys, A L Clark, M Koperski
1995 British Journal of General Practice  
The most common reasons for nurse consultation were blood tests (15% of procedures in practice Y and 18% in practice Z) and dressings (13% in both practices).  ...  A study was undertaken to analyse the activity of practice nurses in two large inner city general practices and to assess the skills mix of the nursing staff required to meet the needs of the practices  ...  , especially the practice manager and general practitioners.  ... 
pmid:7576846 pmcid:PMC1239335 fatcat:q4yzwzsz4bez3erevcj2s4xmny

Parameterized unit testing

Nikolai Tillmann, Jonathan de Halleux, Tao Xie
2010 Proceedings of the 32nd ACM/IEEE International Conference on Software Engineering - ICSE '10  
Attendees will acquire the skills and knowledge needed to perform research or conduct practice in the field of developer testing and to integrate developer testing techniques in their own research, practice  ...  (i.e., assertions or specifications) by developers and the generation and selection of internal, white-box test inputs (i.e., high-code-covering test inputs) by tools.  ...  Acknowledgment Tao Xie's work is supported in part by NSF grants CCF-0725190, CCF-0845272, and CCF-0915400, and ARO grant W911NF-08-1-0443, and ARO grant W911NF-08-1-0105 managed by NCSU Secure Open Systems  ... 
doi:10.1145/1810295.1810441 dblp:conf/icse/TillmannHX10 fatcat:2h2di6tmhrgmtaejagukhmk4oa

Content analysis of clinical questions from Australian general practice which are prioritised for answering: identifying common question types and perceived knowledge gaps

Danielle Marie Muscat, Pinika Patel, Sharon Reid, Tammy Hoffmann, Loai Albarqouni, Lyndal Trevena
2019 BMJ evidence-based medicine  
Perceived knowledge gaps in general practice are not well documented but must be understood to ensure relevant and timely evidence for busy general practitioners (GPs) which reflects their diverse and  ...  The aim of this study was to classify the types of questions submitted by Australian GPs to an evidence-based practice information service using established and inductive coding systems.  ...  LT, DMM, PP and SR performed the content analysis and coding, and all authors were involved in interpreting the results. All authors discussed the results and commented on the manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjebm-2019-111210 pmid:31235528 pmcid:PMC7029252 fatcat:luf2n3lconcb5ko7hqupd3mnhm

Developing and testing search strategies to identify patients with active seasonal allergic rhinitis in general practice

Vicky Hammersley, Roger Flint, Hilary Pinnock, Aziz Sheikh
2010 Primary Care Respiratory Journal  
Aim: We sought to assess the accuracy of different search terms to identify individuals with active seasonal allergic rhinitis (SAR) in general practice.  ...  This was applied through inspection of electronic health records of patients aged 15-45 years in a 10% random sample of a general practice database.  ...  Also, this work was only undertaken in one general practice, albeit a very large practice, raising the possibility that practice idiosyncrasies in coding could limit the generalisability of this work.  ... 
doi:10.4104/pcrj.2010.00086 pmid:21190011 fatcat:4kn7vlzue5helinmieqbdtv6qi
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