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Exhaustive Search Some problems involve searching a vast number of potential solutions to find an answer, and do not seem to be amenable to a solution by efficient algorithms.

Pseudo-Exhaustive Testing for Software

Pseudo-Exhaustive Testing for Software D. Richard Kuhn and Vadim Okun National Institute of Standards and Technology Gaithersburg, MD 20899 kuhn@nist.gov vadim.okun@nist.gov Abstract Pseudo-exhaustive testing uses the empirical observation that, for broad classes of software, a fault is likely ...

Magellan Final Report

The Magellan project is the rst to conduct an exhaustive evaluation of the use of cloud computing for science. This has resulted in a number of publications in leading computer science conferences and

TECHNOLOGY -ASSISTED REVIEW IN E-DISCOVERY CAN BE MORE ...

That is, does exhaustive manual review guarantee that production will be as complete and correct as possible? Orcan technology-assisted review, in which a human examines only a fraction of the documents, do better?

Pragmatic Meaning and Non-monotonic Reasoning: The ...

Pragmatic Meaning and Non-monotonic Reasoning: The CaseofExhaustive Interpretation Katrin Schulzand Robert van Rooij Abstract. In this paper an approach to the exhaustive interpretation of answers is developed.

Gate Exhaustive Testing Kyoung Youn Cho1, Subhasish Mitra1,2 ...

Paper 31.3 INTERNATIONAL TEST CONFERENCE 1 0-7803-9039-3/$20.00 2005 © IEEE Gate Exhaustive Testing Kyoung Youn Cho 1, Subhasish Mitra 1,2, and Edward J. McCluskey 1 1 Center for Reliable Computing ...

Exhaustive recursion and backtracking

CS106B Handout #19 J Zelenski Feb 1, 2008 Exhaustive recursion and backtracking In some recursive functions, such as binary search or reversing a file, each recursive call makes just one recursive call.

10.14.1 Finding Optimal Exhaustive Routes

MA 111Agenda-Wednesday, 10.14.2009 10.14.1 Finding Optimal Exhaustive Routes •An exhaustive route is a route that travels along the edges of a graph and passes through every edge of the graph at least once.

An Evaluation of Exhaustive Testing for Data Structures

An Evaluation of Exhaustive Testing for Data Structures Darko Marinov Alexandr Andoni Dumitru Daniliuc Sarfraz Khurshid Martin Rinard MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory 200 Technology Square Cambridge, MA 02139 f marinov,andoni,dumi,khurshid,rinard g @csail.mit.edu ...

exclusive categories , exhaustive categories , and sampling ...

Purpose • to introduce the concepts of operational definitions , hypothesis testing, mutually exclusive categories , exhaustive categories , and sampling schedules ; • to give you experience in collecting data using naturalistic observations (in this case, of bumper stickers); • to give ...