Danu Tjahjono

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Software review is a fundamental component of the software quality assurance process, yet significant controversies surround the most efficient and effective review method. A central question surrounds the use of meetings; traditional review practice views them as essential, while more recent findings question their utility. To provide insight into this(More)
Software review is a fundamental component of the software quality assurance process, yet significant controversies exist concerning efficiency and effectiveness of various review methods. A central question surrounds the use of meetings: traditional review practice views them as essential, while more recent findings question their utility. We conducted a(More)
Formal technical review (FTR) is a cornerstone of software quality assurance. However, the labor-intensive and manual nature of review, along with basic unresolved questions about its process and products, means that review is typically under-utilized or inefficiently applied within the software development process. This paper introduces CSRS, a(More)
Radiology appropriateness criteria and practice guidelines seek to promote the cost-effective use of radiology procedures and interventions and can be most useful when integrated with electronic patient records and order-entry systems. The task of translating practice guidelines into computer-based formats can highlight deficiencies and lead to revisions(More)
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