The Computational Intelligence Tool, or CI-Tool is a collection of black box test methodologies that allow the user to automatically generate test cases on any piece of software that can be described in terms of its inputs and outputs. This paper will describe the tool in general to include its object-oriented architecture.
These Best Practices are reviewed periodically and revised to incorporate improved application and research findings that would affect repository work. The reader is advised to check the ISBER web site (www.isber.org) to ensure that the most recent version is available for use. Disclaimer: This document contains information prepared by the International… (More)
Third Edition [Formula: see text] [Box: see text] Printed with permission from the International Society for Biological and Environmental Repositories (ISBER) © 2011 ISBER All Rights Reserved Editor-in-Chief Lori D. Campbell, PhD Associate Editors Fay Betsou, PhD Debra Leiolani Garcia, MPA Judith G. Giri, PhD Karen E. Pitt, PhD Rebecca S. Pugh, MS Katherine… (More)
Thirty-four undergraduates implemented a MIPS R2000 processor for an introductory CMOS VLSI design course. This included designing a microarchitecture in Verilog, developing custom PLA generation and ad-hoc random testing tools, creating a standard cell library, schematics, layout, and PCB test board. The processor was fabricated by MOSIS on an AMI… (More)
The advent of affordable high performance computing (HPC) resources, such as computing clusters and grids, has transformed the computational capabilities of many organizations. However, the lack of convenient interfaces to such valuable resources limits their effectiveness, restricting their user base to a small set of highly skilled programmers and… (More)