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Page 701 of Journal of Educational Psychology Vol. 29, Issue 9 [page]

1938 Journal of Educational Psychology  
enabling a person to: (1) decide whether the exact values are worth obtaining, (2) obtain immediately approximation answers which he might other- wise have to wait hours or days to obtain, and (3) select  ...  The merit of these formulae lies in the fact that they offer a very quick method of finding approximations to the results which might be expected from actual calculation of the exact coefficients, thus  ... 

Page 524 of None Vol. 198, Issue 3 [page]

1960 None  
In some experiments large amounts of quick stretch were employed in order to compare results obtained for the frog gastrocnemius muscle (2) with results in the present study.  ...  It was found that small amounts (2-3%) of quick stretch produce results qualitatively similar to those obtained by large amounts, and at the same time simplify the problem of obtaining data for length-tension  ... 

Page 309 of Journal of Personality Vol. 1, Issue 4 [page]

1933 Journal of Personality  
In evaluat- ing the results obtained there were two possible bases of comparison between parents and children.  ...  If we now combine the individual tempi of the couples of parents, we obtain six different combinations of parents: quick and quick, quick and moderate, quick  ... 

First international Proficiency Testing for laboratory performance for detection of Xylella fastidiosa

Giuliana Loconsole, Valérie Olivier, Aude Chabirand, Françoise Poliakoff, Salwa Essaki, Oriana Potere, Donato Boscia, Maria Saponari
2019 Zenodo  
Presentation on the results of the international Proficiency Test for the diagnosis of Xylella fastidiosa organised in the framework of the projects: POnTE, XF-ACTORS and PROMODE  ...  value AC= (N PA +N NA )/N Closeness of agreement between independent test results obtained under conditions of repeatability, i.e. independent test results obtained by the same method, on identical test  ...  Xylella fastidiosa 2017: finding answers to a global problem QUALITATIVE RESULTS OF THE MOLECULAR TESTS PERFORMANCE CRITERIA RECOVERED IN THE DIFFERENT LABORATORIES FOR qPCR (Harper et al., 2010) 13  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3269212 fatcat:2gaksali2jag3e6l3wyhg54u34

Page 3863 of Mathematical Reviews Vol. , Issue 98F [page]

1998 Mathematical Reviews  
Furthermore, we generalize this result by showing that the existence of a quick hitting set gener- ator with price k implies that BPTIME(1) C DTIME(20'*("""»)).  ...  The existence of quick hitting set generators is thus a new weaker sufficient condition to obtain BPP = P; this can be considered as another strong indication that the gap between probabilistic and deterministic  ... 

Quick and incomplete responses

Chung-Dak Shum
1993 Proceedings of the second international conference on Information and knowledge management - CIKM '93  
Minimizing the processing time for obtaining a single answer, a few answers, or most answers are identified as other potential optimization objectives.  ...  In some interactive environments, a complete answer set may not be required and quick responses to queries can be very desirable.  ...  A Strategy for Obtaining Quick and Incomplete Responses Let us motivate the strategy for obtaining quick responsesby a simple example.  ... 
doi:10.1145/170088.170100 dblp:conf/cikm/Shum93 fatcat:hsvzt7pi5bhkha77ovbqxwq5cu

Speed Marking: Can intuitive skill replace conscious analysis?

Denard Lynch
2017 Proceedings of the Canadian Engineering Education Association (CEEA)  
This paper discusses the results of an experiment to determine the efficacy and accuracy of evaluating report-based assignments using intuitive cues versus conscious analysis.The experiment involves the  ...  The data show a moderate correlation (r = .47) between the intuitive and analytical assessments.The paper concludes that the while the efficiency is attractive, the accuracy is inadequate for practical  ...  Acknowledgements The author wishes to acknowledge the support of the University of Saskatchewan for providing the means and opportunity for its instructors to explore and enhance their pedagogical skill  ... 
doi:10.24908/pceea.v0i0.6511 fatcat:hiigfxnbe5eond2ue2wkmmavpy

Page 487 of Journal of Educational Psychology Vol. 43, Issue 8 [page]

1952 Journal of Educational Psychology  
, and twenty-five items on approximating quantitative results, determining reasonableness of answers, and drawing conclusions from given sets of state- ments.  ...  A score for this test was the total number of items answered correctly.  ... 

MSSUTop-k: Determining the Minimum Scan Scope for UTop-kQuery over Uncertain Data

Zhibin Zhao, Lan Yao, Ge Yu, Yubin Bao, Zhengbing Ma
2015 International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks  
MSSUTop-kcan achieve accurate results but is relatively more costly in time complexity. Oppositely, quick MSSUTop-kcan only achieve approximate results but performs better in time cost.  ...  Then, they can make a balance between result precision and processing cost. So, it should be the prerequisite for answering UTop-kqueries.  ...  In such scenarios, any effort seeking for precision results will lead to failure, and the approximate algorithms are the best (or say the only) choice.  ... 
doi:10.1155/2015/359137 fatcat:codg2f32eves5jes6qh7zxmgzy

Page 25 of American Mathematical Society. Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society Vol. 64, Issue 3 [page]

1958 American Mathematical Society. Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society  
In problems of applied analysis, the war years brought a need for quick estimates and approximate results in problems which often do not present a very “clean” appearance, that is to say, are mathe- matically  ...  Interesting results are obtained on the precision achievable in inverting matrices of order ~150. Estimates are obtained “in the general case.”  ... 

Page 25 of Educational Research Bulletin Vol. 34, Issue 1 [page]

1955 Educational Research Bulletin  
The resulting coefficients on two independent samples corrected by the Spearman-Brown 25  ...  Responding to the ever-present need among educators for improved forms of tests of mental ability, the World Book Company has revised the Otis Quick-Scoring Mental Ability Tests.  ... 

Page 29 of Hewlett-Packard Journal Vol. 34, Issue 5 [page]

1983 Hewlett-Packard Journal  
For instance, in Example 1 we obtained the approxima- tion Z = 0 + 2783i of the true answer —0.04 + 2782.58i.  ...  Complex Relative Error As with real approximations we often want our errors small relative to the magnitude of the true answer.  ... 

Efficient Similarity Search by Combining Indexing and Caching Strategies [chapter]

Nieves R. Brisaboa, Ana Cerdeira-Pena, Veronica Gil-Costa, Mauricio Marin, Oscar Pedreira
2015 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this way, if we are not able to provide a quick approximate answer for the query, the distances computed up to that moment are used to query the index.  ...  We present an experimental evaluation of the performance obtained with our structure.  ...  so that they can be answered with approximate results.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-46078-8_40 fatcat:izxsggksezgh7gyduvqpjp5l5i

A tale of two test setups: The effect of randomizing a popular conceptual survey in electricity and magnetism [article]

Emanuela Ene, Robert C. Webb
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Our study brings new insight and awareness to the effect of the randomization on the BEMA test results.  ...  We analyze in detail the effect of the answer-options randomization and the effect of the shuffling of the questions order.  ...  Last but not least, we wish to thank Bruce Sherwood, Ruth Chabay, and Sam McKagan for the discussion on the possible effects of the answer-options randomization on WebAssign.  ... 
arXiv:1908.09221v1 fatcat:c3czn4rfuvbmbgn42u272xksde

Time to Completion of Web-Based Physics Problems with Tutoring

Rasil Warnakulasooriya, David J Palazzo, David E Pritchard
2007 Journal of The Experimental Analysis of Behavior  
This sigmoidal shape is qualitatively flatter for problems that do not contain hints and wrong answer responses.  ...  We conclude that the group of students who respond quickly is obtaining the answer from some outside source.  ...  We now argue that the "quick responder" group is largely made up of students who obtain the answer without either inspecting or working the problem themselves, for example from a student who has previously  ... 
doi:10.1901/jeab.2007.70-06 pmid:17725054 pmcid:PMC1918087 fatcat:ltuwmabidjhlvhtncjuf36v5gi
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