Filters








2,728 Hits in 7.0 sec

Investigating Developer Perception on Test Smells Using Better Code Hub

Martin Schvarcbacher, Davide Spadini, Magiel Bruntink, Ana Oprescu
2019 Seminar on Advanced Techniques and Tools for Software Evolution  
Test smells can be found in test code using a variety of tools.  ...  In this paper, we present our integration of a test smell detection tool into Better Code Hub (BCH), an online environment for monitoring code quality and identifying problems in it.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank the developers at Software Improvement Group for taking part in this study.  ... 
dblp:conf/sattose/SchvarcbacherSB19 fatcat:tenr7jorerethnnz6vhqjtf3qu

Two Different Facets of Architectural Smells Criticality: An Empirical Study

Ilaria Pigazzini, Davide Foppiani, Francesca Arcelli Fontana
2021 European Conference on Software Architecture  
The analysis of the correlation is useful to study whether the criticality of a smell has an influence on how much it costs to remove it, and vice-versa.  ...  It is important to identify among them the most critical ones, so that developers can prioritize them for their removal.  ...  Moreover, we did not validate the two metrics by investigating the perception of developers of PageRank and Severity.  ... 
dblp:conf/ecsa/PigazziniFF21 fatcat:pj4ryede65cszfvlnfso2d7zfe

The perception of Architectural Smells in industrial practice [article]

Darius Sas, Ilaria Pigazzini, Paris Avgeriou, Francesca Arcelli Fontana
2021 arXiv   pre-print
In this study, we interview 21 software engineers and architects to investigate a specific type of ATD, namely architectural smells (AS).  ...  Our goal is to understand the phenomenon of AS better and support practitioners to better manage it and researchers to offer relevant support.  ...  Our research work to date has focused precisely on addressing these issues, culminating in the development of Arcan, a tool to make AS detection and dependency analysis as easy as possible to practitioners  ... 
arXiv:2110.06750v1 fatcat:og2gjos63bge3mkwgvb43d7i5e

Assessment of Code Smell for Predicting Class Change Proneness using Machine Learning

Nakul Pritam, Manju Khari, Le Hoang Son, Raghvendra Kumar, Sudan Jha, Ishaani Priyadarshini, Mohamed Abdel-Basset, Hoang Viet Long
2019 IEEE Access  
The objective of this paper is to approve the effect of code smell on the change inclination of a specific class in a product framework.  ...  Furthermore, this paper aims to validate code smell for predicting class change proneness to find an error in the prediction of change proneness using code smell.  ...  The pre-identification of smells checks accuracy of the learning algorithms. The algorithm tested on a software with minimum code smell gives better accuracy than a software with code smell.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2019.2905133 fatcat:n5qqsc3gxfaa7fhxpei6of6jdy

Towards the Systematic Testing of Virtual Reality Programs (extended version) [article]

Stevao A. Andrade, Fatima L. S. Nunes, Marcio E. Delamaro
2020 arXiv   pre-print
The results showed that the practice of software testing is not yet widespread in the development of VR applications. It was also found that there is a high incidence of code smells in VR projects.  ...  Regarding the application of software testing techniques on VR projects, it was observed that only a small number of projects are concerned about developing test cases for VR projects, perhaps because  ...  Acknowledgements We also would like to thanks Tushar Sharma and Designite team by providing us an Academic license of Designite tool.  ... 
arXiv:2009.08930v1 fatcat:hxzt37z7qzhcjflc3szp6kl5hu

Sensory-Based Design & Epilepsy: Analyzing effects of design innovations on patient treatment and recovery

James Shraiky, Joshua Schoonover, Joseph Sirven, Luann Helepololei
2012 Enquiry: The ARCC Journal of Architectural Research  
The patient room has more influence on neurological, physiological and biological responses than any other area within a healthcare environment.  ...  When it comes to the treatment of epilepsy, the patient room often acts as a refuge from and instigator of seizure activity, depending on patient condition or status.  ...  Prototyping is a method of testing responses in their early development in order to identify flaws and develop new investigation.  ... 
doi:10.17831/enq:arcc.v9i1.66 fatcat:eqf3d3vqvzghvjfrik5ihu6pym

The degraded concept representation system in semantic dementia: damage to pan-modal hub, then visual spoke

Paul Hoffman, Roy W. Jones, Matthew A. Lambon Ralph
2012 Brain  
The research was supported by MRC programme grants (G0501632 & MR/J004146/1) and an NIHR senior investigator grant to MALR.  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to Beth Jefferies and Hannah Gardner for their help with data collation, and to Alistair Burns and Roland Zahn for referring patients to us.  ...  To test this hypothesis, we investigated the degree to which the function of the hub and spoke regions are impaired in SD, by analysing the patients' performance in object naming.  ... 
doi:10.1093/brain/aws282 pmid:23250888 fatcat:omdbk4bueveozpvh7oilkmibtu

The genomic and functional characteristics of disease genes

A. Collins
2014 Briefings in Bioinformatics  
biological functions, particularly low mutation rates and low haplotype diversity, and genes for which high haplotype diversity and high mutation rates are advantageous (such as those involved in sensory perception  ...  (perception of smell, chemical stimuli, cognition, etc.; Table 4 ).  ...  Tests on the data subsets (S1, S2) using the models in Supplementary Table S3 established that the 100 genes with the lowest predicted score in each set show identical gene group enrichment as in Table  ... 
doi:10.1093/bib/bbt091 pmid:24425794 fatcat:usrljnz5pzch3pes3e6ljf47sq

Evolutionary and Functional Analysis of Korean Native Pig Using Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms

Jongin Lee, Nayoung Park, Daehwan Lee, Jaebum Kim
2020 Molecules and Cells  
We examined the evolutionary history of KNP SNPs, and the specific genes of KNP based on the uniqueness of non-synonymous SNPs among the used species and pig breeds.  ...  Our study provides new insight into the evolution of KNP and serves as a good example for a better understanding of domestic animals in terms of evolution and domestication using the combined approaches  ...  The intra-species KNP-specific nsSNP data within the pig QTL regions is available on My Hubs page on the UCSC track hub website (https://genome.ucsc.edu/cgi-bin/hgHubConnect) using the hub URL (http://  ... 
doi:10.14348/molcells.2020.0040 pmid:32868490 pmcid:PMC7468586 fatcat:pju7eqxbffgmzkhsk7hmxwegsi

Interoception beyond homeostasis: affect, cognition and mental health

Manos Tsakiris, Hugo Critchley
2016 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Biological Sciences  
These models need, in turn, to break out of corticocentricity to better encompass the extant knowledge regarding subcortical homeostatic hubs and brainstem neuromodulatory centres that may be impacted  ...  how their investigations link with the findings and insights of others.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rstb.2016.0002 pmid:28080961 pmcid:PMC5062092 fatcat:xye4n52ip5eone7lm5kamb7t2q

Genetic influences of autism candidate genes on circuit wiring and olfactory decoding

Renée Hartig, David Wolf, Michael J. Schmeisser, Wolfgang Kelsch
2021 Cell and Tissue Research  
Considering the prevailing clinical diagnosis of ASD, research on therapeutic targets for autism is essential.  ...  Garnering a more accurate understanding of social processing deficits in the sensory domain may greatly contribute to the development of therapeutic targets.  ...  Future studies warrant investigation of the influences of olfactory coding genes on neuronal population activity and behavioral output.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00441-020-03390-8 pmid:33515293 fatcat:lnpzpmbwkfa2xbq5qrquq6mfri

Quilombola perceptions about plant-mediated ecological interactions

Kênia Maria Oliveira Valadares, Fernanda Ribeiro da Silva, Natalia Hanazaki
2020 Ethnobotany Research and Applications  
We also discuss how the proximity to urban areas can influence these perceptions.  ...  Networks are useful tools to show ecological interactions because they allow to virtually represent natural structures.  ...  Acknowledgements We especially thank the Aldeia, Morro do Fortunato and Santa Cruz Quilombola communities for participating in the project; the specialists on botany (A. Mello, R.Trevisan, M.  ... 
doi:10.32859/era.20.3.1-17 fatcat:25xwyhox2fbdbgxwlcv6loe6he

Identification of Odorant-Receptor Interactions by Global Mapping of the Human Odorome

Karine Audouze, Anne Tromelin, Anne Marie Le Bon, Christine Belloir, Rasmus Koefoed Petersen, Karsten Kristiansen, Søren Brunak, Olivier Taboureau, Stefan Wölfl
2014 PLoS ONE  
We therefore developed a chemical systems level approach based on protein-protein association network to investigate novel hOR-odorant relationships.  ...  As it remains largely unknown how human perception of odorants influence or prevent diseases, we also developed an odorant-protein matrix to explore global relationships between chemicals, biological targets  ...  For hypertension, patients with smell impairment are reported to use larger quantities of sugar and salt to highlight flavors and thus increase the risk of developing hypertension [51] .  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0093037 pmid:24695519 pmcid:PMC3973694 fatcat:dabhrbppe5gi7jmttoqcnwwszm

Stakeholders′ Perceptions of Environmental and Public Health Risks Associated with Hydrocarbon Activities in and around the Vasilikos Energy Center, Cyprus

Eleni G. Kleovoulou, Corina Konstantinou, Andria Constantinou, Eelco Kuijpers, Miranda Loh, Karen S. Galea, Rob Stierum, Anjoeka Pronk, Konstantinos C. Makris
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
The exposome concept was not practiced by the SMEs, but SMIs showed willingness to use it in the future as part of their research and development activities.  ...  The Vasilikos Energy Center (VEC) is a large hydrocarbon industrial hub actively operating in Cyprus.  ...  A list of codes was produced, representing themes identified in the textual data (S3). After the coding stage, a list of different codes was created and used to search for themes [28] .  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph182413133 pmid:34948743 pmcid:PMC8702061 fatcat:rvx2f2ntd5a3ditzebo4iinhty

Development of a novel signature of long noncoding RNAs as a prognostic biomarker for esophageal cancer [article]

Yan Miao, Jing Sui, Ying Zhang, Lihong Yin
2018 bioRxiv   pre-print
The receiver operating curve (ROC) was used to test the sensitivity and specificity of lncRNA signature. Survivals were compared via log-rank test.  ...  The univariate and multivariate Cox regression models were used to develop a prognostic signature for all esophageal cancer patients.  ...  In the present study, we investigated the impact of lncRNAs on EC patients' survival, which were based on RNA sequencing technology.  ... 
doi:10.1101/441568 fatcat:orftxjlg3vay5o2l7otlhx5to4
« Previous Showing results 1 — 15 out of 2,728 results