Error-correcting codes and finite fields by Haoru Liu

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Dr. nz/tukutuku/. The Need for Web Engineering: An Introduction 27 (UK), and moving to Auckland. She is a member of the New Zealand and Australian Software Measurement Associations. Dr. Nile Mosley is the Technical Director of a software development company. He has active research interests in software measurement and metrics, and objectoriented programming languages. He obtained his PhD in Pure and Applied Mathematics from Nottingham Trent University (UK). Steve Counsell obtained a BSc (Hons) in Computer Studies from the University of Brighton and an MSc in Systems Analysis from the City University in 1987 and 1988, respectively.

E. our theory of how best to develop, deploy, and maintain high-quality Web-based systems and applications, may be modified or replaced as new evidence is found through the accumulation of data and knowledge. This process is illustrated in Fig. 1 and described below [13]: • • • • Observation: To observe or read about a phenomenon or set of facts. In most cases the motivation for such observation is to identify cause and effect relationships between observed items, since these entail predictable results.

Once predictive power for p1 to pn has been obtained, their values are aggregated, which gives the predictive power of model m and hence its corresponding predictive accuracy. This section describes how to measure the predictive power of a model, and how to measure a model’s predictive accuracy. 8) e where e is the actual effort and ê is the estimated effort. 9) As the mean is calculated by taking into account the value of every estimated and actual effort from the data set employed, the result may give a biased assessment of a model’s predictive power when there are several projects with large MREs.

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