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Resuming past work on coverage-based fault localization, we find that empirical assessments of its accuracy are subject to so many imponderables that they are of limited value. To improve on this situation, we have compiled a comprehensive list of threats to be considered when attempting such assessments in the future. In addition, we propose the(More)
Four patients manifested Terson's syndrome in association with increased intracranial pressure. Three patients had subarachnoid hemorrhages, while the fourth suffered strangulation. Vitreous hemorrhage probably is related to the rapid increase in intracranial pressure with compression of the central retinal vein and its choroidal anastamotic channels.
Coverage-based fault localization extends the utility of testing from detecting the presence of faults to their localization. While coverage-based fault localization has shown good evaluation results for the single fault case, its ability to localize several faults at once appears to be limited. In this paper, we show how two partitioning procedures(More)
Forty-eight patients (49 eyes) had nonperforating traumatic hyphema. Twenty-eight patients (28 eyes with hyphema) received oral aminocaproic acid, an antifibrinolytic agent, in a dosage of 100 mg/kg every four hours for five days, up to a maximum daily dose of 30 g. Twenty patients (21 eyes with hyphema) received placebo in an identical regimen. One eye(More)
Of 59 patients with traumatic hyphema studied prospectively, 32 received aminocaproic acid, an antifibrinolytic agent, to prevent secondary hemorrhage. The remaining 27 patients received placebo in an identical manner. Of the aminocaproic acid-treated patients, only one (3%) rebled, while nine patients (33%) receiving placebo suffered secondary hemorrhage.(More)
Fifty-nine patients who sustained hyphema following blunt trauma were randomly assigned prospectively to either of two dose regimens of epsilon aminocaproic acid (Amicar). Twenty-six took an oral dosage of 50 mg/kg ("half dose") every four hours for five days, up to a maximum of 30 g/day, and 33 patients received 100 mg/kg ("full-dose") every four hours up(More)
A 57-year-old white man presented with unilateral optic neuritis. General physical examination and neurologic consultation revealed no further findings. Laboratory investigation, however, yielded an elevated sedimentation rate, positive LE preparation, elevated ANA titer, false-positive VDRL, and red blood cell casts in the urine. A diagnosis of systemic(More)
Unprecedented growth in the number of custom-designed software tools for engineering applications has created an interoperability problem between the formats and structures of thermodynamic data files and required input/output structures designed for application software products. Various approaches for standardization of thermophysical and thermochemical(More)