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This paper reports an experimental study investigating the effectiveness of two code-based test adequacy criteria for identifying sets of test cases that detect faults. The all-edges and all-D Us (modified all-uses) coverage criteria were applied to 130 faulty program versions derived from seven moderate size base programs by seeding realistic faults. We… (More)
OBJECTIVES There are few data on the treatment patterns and associated cost of treating children with inflammatory arthritis including juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA), in the short or long term. The aim of this study was to obtain patient-based costs for treating children with JIA in the UK, in the first year from diagnosis and from the secondary health… (More)
OBJECTIVES To study the association between disease severity at first presentation to paediatric rheumatology (PRh) and length of time since symptom onset in children recruited to the Childhood Arthritis Prospective Study. METHODS Children <or=16 yrs with inflammatory arthritis persisting >or=2 weeks were recruited from five UK hospitals. Data including… (More)
We have implemented an experimental test development environment (TDE) intended to raise the effectiveness of tests produced for GUI systems, and raise the productivity of the GUI system tester.The environment links a test designer, a test design library, and a test generation engine with a standard commercial capture/replay tool. These components provide a… (More)
Tracheostomy self care at home can be a problem for some patients. The Nottingham System attributes a competence ratio to each patient. Those liable to develop problems can be identified early and the appropriate support provided. The Nottingham System is described.