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Teaching domain testing: a status report

C. Kaner
2004 17th Conference on Software Engineering Education and Training, 2004. Proceedings.  
Domain testing is a stratified sampling strategy for choosing a few test cases from the near infinity of candidate test cases.  ...  This paper describes a risk-focused interpretation of domain testing and some results (experiential and experimental) of helping students learn this approach.  ...  Collard [8] Collard proceeds from this contrast to teach a risk-based approach to domain testing.  ... 
doi:10.1109/csee.2004.1276519 dblp:conf/csee/Kaner04 fatcat:xwo7yefzvjcmzhrzzttma5sppa

Testing the nature of dark compact objects: a status report [article]

Vitor Cardoso, Paolo Pani
2019 arXiv   pre-print
We overview the physics of exotic dark compact objects and their observational status, including the observational evidence for black holes with current and future experiments.  ...  A frequency-domain template for nonspinning ECOs was built in Ref.  ...  Without loss of generality we assume r * (r 0 ) = 0, so that one domain is r * > 0 whereas the other domain is r * < 0.  ... 
arXiv:1904.05363v3 fatcat:x4ymjzf25befrdh6tz7fsavaai

Testing the nature of dark compact objects: a status report

Vitor Cardoso, Paolo Pani
2019 Living Reviews in Relativity  
We overview the physics of exotic dark compact objects and their observational status, including the observational evidence for black holes with current and future experiments.  ...  creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided you give appropriate credit to the original author(s) and the source, provide a  ...  Without loss of generality we assume r * (r 0 ) = 0, so that one domain is r * > 0 whereas the other domain is r * < 0.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s41114-019-0020-4 fatcat:6hazxesdlbfk7ltqkuz2wappf4

Testing a self-determination theory-based teaching style intervention in the exercise domain

Jemma Edmunds, Nikos Ntoumanis, Joan L Duda
2008 European Journal of Social Psychology  
Word count: 9,933 Self-determination theory and exercise 2 Running head: SELF-DETERMINATION THEORY AND EXERCISE Testing a self-determination theory based teaching style in the exercise domain SUBMISSION  ...  Female exercise class participants enrolled in a 10-week exercise program were exposed to a SDT-based (i.e., SDTc; n = 25) or realistically controlling (i.e., RCc; n = 31) teaching style.  ...  Model testing A series of models addressed the main aims of the current study (i.e., models a -c, described below, were tested for each environmental characteristic and models a -d, constitutes the key  ... 
doi:10.1002/ejsp.463 fatcat:fln7mfi7tfb5xpemu73pd3atpy

Lattice QCD: a critical status report [article]

Karl Jansen
2008 arXiv   pre-print
I compare the simulation cost and systematic effects of several lattice QCD formulations and discuss a number of topics such as lattice spacing scaling, applications of chiral perturbation theory, non-perturbative  ...  The outcome of the locality test by the BMW collaboration is shown in fig. 10(a) . For this test three different values of the lattice spacing were used as indicated in the graph.  ...  To illustrate the status of present lattice QCD simulations let me give just two examples for the results obtained at the moment.  ... 
arXiv:0810.5634v2 fatcat:mvsvwaxwgrf25ianzmyg2l4oxm

Limited domain systems for language teaching

S. G. Pulman
1984 Proceedings of the 22nd annual meeting on Association for Computational Linguistics -  
This abstract describes a natural language system which deals usefully with ungrammatical input and describes some actual and potential applications of it in computer aided second language learning.  ...  However, this is not the only area in which the principles of the system might be used, and the aim in building it was simply to demonstrate the workability of the general mechanism, and provide a framework  ...  Although of dubious theoretical status, they are a useful engineering tool: the non-terminals can be labelled in a domain-specific way that is transparent for the user, and, being semantically motivated  ... 
doi:10.3115/980491.980511 dblp:conf/coling/Pulman84 fatcat:hvyci4nylnc4bbqtufbnmh7qqe

Fire Safety Science in Germany: A status report about research activities and requirements

R. Grabski
2008 IAFSS - The International Association for Fire Safety Science : proceedings  
In doing so, institutions that solely test for standard compliance were not considered.  ...  This system is qualified to guarantee a high level of people's protection and copes with the requirements of industry.  ...  in research and teaching.  ... 
doi:10.3801/iafss.fss.9-21 fatcat:hp7aee52jvedrk7utumeo3lhku

Design and Implementation of a Health Status Reporting System Based on Spring Boot

Zhe Wang, Feng Tang, Zhu Liang Yu
2020 2020 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Computer Engineering (ICAICE)  
The "IamOK" online health status reporting system is developed to meet the needs of colleges and universities to grasp the health status of teachers and students during the Covid-19 epidemic prevention  ...  They decided to adopt an independent agile development model and gathered all departments to urgently develop a reporting system named "IamOK" Health Status Online Reporting System with the domain name  ...  , teaching, learning, and office.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icaice51518.2020.00095 fatcat:pwsqjcftffgjha5mk7l4j3z5ui

Integrating DSM/ICD, Research Domain Criteria, and Descriptive Psychopathology in Teaching and Practice of Psychiatry

Dimy Fluyau
2018 Frontiers in Psychiatry  
Some are not aware of the effort initiated by the Research Domain Criteria (RDoC) to propel the field to a new era of Medicine.  ...  of Mental Disorders, Research Domain Criteria, and Descriptive Psychopathology."  ...  basis Taylor et al. (3)[p. 5] Beyond the DSM and ICD Reduction of teaching the mental status examination For Taylor, DSM/ICD approach patient care as a treatment mode and descriptive psychopathology  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyt.2018.00484 pmid:30344498 pmcid:PMC6183547 fatcat:g6p5nu57tbfs5f7566fe6tc2eu

ICT Immersion in Different Domains of Teaching Profession – A Literature Review

Shabir Ahmad Bhat,, Dr. Anoop Beri
2016 International Journal of Indian Psychology  
Information and communication technology (ICT) plays a vital role in various domains of teaching profession.  ...  It is directly concerned with different perspectives of teaching and incorporated the teachers to cope with the forthcoming challenges of educational society viz a viz quality and efficiency of education  ...  2014) , likewise a significant positive difference has been reported by Rodrigues et al., (2010) between the students whose teachers possesses higher adoption with the ICT than those of lower ones.  ... 
doi:10.25215/0303.017 fatcat:pt2k6kkdrvhmzh4kpkvt7lptdu

Evidence From the Phylogenetic Domain and the Use of L1 in English Language Teaching

Hywel Evans, Vahid Rafieyan, Natsue Hasebe
2020 International Journal of Linguistics  
We offer a review of some important developments in our understanding of language acquisition, with particular focus on evidence from the phylogenetic domain, often overlooked by language professionals  ...  and translanguaging have become increasingly respectable in English language teaching.  ...  We do not deny that language has a special status as the cultural tool par excellence, of course, but that does not imply in any compelling way that the use of L1, or other non-naturalistic teaching tools  ... 
doi:10.5296/ijl.v12i2.16588 fatcat:u5uhkcff5bgipntcigjhtm3nnm

Affective Domain: The Uncharted Area of Teaching and Learning in Tertiary Education

Phub Dorji, . Yangzom
2021 Asian Research Journal of Arts & Social Sciences  
Study Design: This exploratory research design adopted a qualitative approach.  ...  domains of learning across the curriculum; management/stakeholder to acknowledge the importance of affective domain of learning and provide training to teachers on the development of affective skills;  ...  This study aims to look into Affective Domain: the uncharted area of teaching and learning in tertiary education.  ... 
doi:10.9734/arjass/2021/v13i130206 fatcat:efzy2wgfcvcdldhtrogyk7v6gm

The INTERNIST-1/QUICK MEDICAL REFERENCE project--status report

R A Miller, M A McNeil, S M Challinor, F E Masarie, J D Myers
1986 Western Journal of Medicine  
A preliminary study indicates that QMR's case-analysis capabilities are of potential benefit in most patients in internal medicine admitted for diagnostic evaluation.  ...  Whereas INTERNIST-1 functions solely as a high-powered diagnostic consultant program, the QMR program acts more as an information tool, providing users with multiple ways of reviewing and manipulating  ...  (Miller RA, McNeil MA, Challinor SM, et al: The INTERNIST-1/QUICK MEDICAL REFERENCE project-Status report, In Medical informatics [Special Issue].  ... 
pmid:3544509 pmcid:PMC1307155 fatcat:nzrlrroafraydbie2wh3ifygpm

An Ex-Post Facto Study on the Affective Domain of the 5th Grade English Language Teaching Curriculum

Murat GÜNGÖR, Merve GEÇİKLİ
2021 Kuramsal Eğitimbilim Dergisi  
to provide a deeper understanding of the affective domain of the curriculum.  ...  Keywords: Teaching English to young learners, affective domain, 5 th -grade intensive English curriculum, ex-post facto.  ...  In this case, it may be helpful if the content, educational status, and test conditions are re-arranged. (Dilekli, 2018) .  ... 
doi:10.30831/akukeg.882400 fatcat:rpsuuk3tjbhhpdar7h2oj5ehz4

The effects of peer teaching on the university students achievements in cognitive, affective, psychomotor domains and game performances in volleyball courses
English

Dilşad Mirzeoğlu Ayşe
2014 Educational Research and Reviews  
Findings indicated that there was a significant time X group interactions for cognitive domain. The same age peer teaching group improved their cognitive scores over a time more than CWPT-PE group.  ...  The fundamental feature of peer teaching is defined "to structure a learning environment in which some students assume and carry out many of the key operations of instruction to assist other students in  ...  In addition, Iserbyt et al. (2011) tested the effect of peer teaching model using task cards for teaching tennis unit in 8th grade physical education courses and they reported that the students peer  ... 
doi:10.5897/err2013.1690 fatcat:zggffz3msbcffeisl3brnpaxpu
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