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The present studies used response time (RT) and accuracy to explore the processes and relation of recognition and cued recall. The studies used free-response and signal-to-respond techniques and varied list length and presentation rate. In Experiment 1, the free-RT distributions for recognition had much lower mean and variance than those for cued recall.(More)
Perhaps surprisingly, no practical performance models exist for popular (and complex) client applications such as Adobe's Creative Suite, Microsoft's Office and Visual Studio, Mozilla, Halo 3, etc. There is currently no tool that automatically answers program developers', IT administrators' and end-users' simple what-if questions like "what happens to the(More)
This article presents a model for accuracy and response time (RT) in recognition and cued recall, fitted to free-response and signal-to-respond data from Experiment 1 of P. A. Nobel and R. M. Shiffrin (2001). The model posits that recognition operates through parallel activation in a single retrieval step and cued recall operates as a sequential search.(More)
Software often crashes. Once a crash happens, a crash report could be sent to software developers for investigation upon user permission. To facilitate efficient handling of crashes, crash reports received by Microsoft's Windows Error Reporting (WER) system are organized into a set of "buckets". Each bucket contains duplicate crash reports that are deemed(More)
B. B. Murdock and M. J. Kahana (1993a) presented a continuous memory version of the theory of distributed associative memory (TODAM) model; they claimed that this model predicts list-strength and list-length findings, including those reported by R. Ratcliff, S. E. Clark, and R. M. Shiffrin (1990) and K. Murnane and R. M. Shiffrin (1991a). This model is(More)
Global recognition models usually assume recognition is based on a single number, generally interpreted as 'familiarity'. Clark, Hori, and Callan (in press), tested the adequacy of such models for associative recognition, a paradigm in which subjects study pairs and must distinguish them from the same words rearranged into other pairs. Subjects chose a(More)
A prototype for DSP-based power quality monitoring device has been proposed, developed and investigated. Solution is based on 16-bit more than 100 ks/s analog-front-end, modern programmable DSP, and various data saving and communication interfaces. A special software-PLL has been developed, for synchronous measurements with 50 or 60 Hz line frequency.(More)
Perhaps surprisingly, no practical performance models exist for popular (and complex) client applications such as Adobe's Designer suite, Microsoft's Office suite and Visual Studio, Mozilla, Halo 3, etc. There is currently no tool that automatically answers program developers', IT administrators' and end-users' simple what-if questions like "what happens to(More)