An update to experimental models for validating computer technology

Zelkowitz has received numerous awards for his work, including the ACM Service Award in 19, the ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Service Award in 2000, the IEEE Computer Society Golden Core member award in 1996, a certificate of appreciation from the National Institute of Standards (NIST) in 19, and a certificate of appreciation from the IEEE Computer Society in 1980, 19. Zelkowitz received his doctorate in computer science from Cornell University.In 1998 a survey was published on the extent to which software engineering papers validate the claims made in those papers. This current paper updates that survey with data from 2000 to 2005.ASHRAE Guideline 1.5-2012 – Published Guideline (Supersedes ASHRAE Guideline 5-1994 (RA 2001)) The Commissioning Process for Smoke Control Systems 1.PURPOSE: The purpose of this guideline is to provide methods for verifying and documenting that the performance of smoke management systems conforms with design intent. SCOPE: 2.1 This guideline covers all types of smoke management systems and the: (a) documentation of occupancy and use requirements and system design assumptions, (b) documentation of design intent, system description and operation, (c) functional performance testing and documentation necessary for evaluating system acceptance, and (d) integration testing with other building systems that affect the performance of the smoke management system such as fire detection and alarm, HVAC, controls, power supplies, and separations. PURPOSE: The purpose of this document is to provide guidelines for planning, analyzing data and reporting the uncertainty of experiments. SCOPE: Appropriate terms are defined and statistically based procedures and formulae are recommended for evaluating experimental data related to heating, ventilating, air-conditioning, and refrigeration (HVAC&R).Marvin Zelkowitz is a professor emeritus in the Department of Computer Science.

PURPOSE: To guide those responsible for the design, construction and commissioning of building HVAC&R systems in the preparation of and delivery of operating and maintenance (O&M) documentation that: (a) is easy to use, (b) is simple to prepare and update, (c) provides accurate and adequate information, and (d) is delivered on time. SCOPE: This guideline covers the format contents, delivery and maintenance of HVAC building systems O&M documentation that is normally provided by the building design and construction team members.The basic conclusion is that the situation is improving. One earlier complaint that access to data repositories was difficult is becoming less prevalent and the percentage of papers including validation is increasing. Guideline 1.1-2007R – Revision project authorized February 2, 2011 (Las Vegas) with same TPS.SSPC 300 to revise Guideline 1.1-2007 (approved June 2016).2.2 This guideline covers property data for fluids uses as refrigerants in HVAC&R applications.

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