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[en] A guideline is given for technical review of products developed during a software life cycle. Purposes and benefits of reviews are given. Varieties of reviews, when they should take place, roles of the reviewers and products of the review are described
[en] The set of computer programs used at the AGRIS (Agricultural Information System) Input Unit at the IAEA, Vienna, Austria to process the AGRIS computer-readable data is described. The processing flow is illustrated. The configuration of the IAEA's computer, a list of error messages generated by the computer, the EBCDIC code table extended for AGRIS and INIS, the AGRIS-6 bit code, the work sheet format, and job control listings are included as appendixes. The programs are written for an IBM 370, model 145, operating system OS or VS, and require a 130K partition. The programming languages are PL/1 (F-compiler) and Assembler
[en] This publication is the tenth supplement to, and revision of, ANL-7411. It contains additional abstracts and revisions to some earlier abstracts and other pages. Sections of the document are as follows: preface; history and acknowledgements; abstract format; recommended program package contents; program classification guide and thesaurus; and abstract collection
[en] Highlights: • A relative decision threshold is proposed as an alternative to the decision threshold. • The relative decision threshold is strictly related to the basic definition of the decision threshold. • The relative decision threshold can be estimated using only the value of the net signal. • The relative uncertainty of the net signal should be compared with the relative decision threshold. • Such test is especially applicable for the results reported by software programs. - Abstract: This work proposes a simple way to assess whether a physical effect due to the sample is present, via the relative uncertainty of the measured net signal. A possibility for evaluation of the respective relative limit for any particular (already measured) positive net signal is shown. This relative limit (‘relative decision threshold’) is strictly related to the basic definition of the decision threshold. The full agreement between the conclusions via the decision threshold and via the relative decision threshold, is experimentally demonstrated.