Research and Scholarship Repository

The Research and Scholarship Institutional Repository collects, preserves, and showcases the scholarly achievements of Texas State University's academic community. It provides open access to the diverse array of research and scholarship materials created at Texas State including articles, presentations, posters, electronic theses and dissertations, capstones, multimedia presentations, and more.

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A Study of In-Service Education Activities for Technical Education Teachers in Selected Public Junior Colleges of Texas
(1971-08) Benson, Roland A.H.; Bowers, Victor L.; Norwood, Pat H.; Dick, William L.
No abstract prepared.
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Software Complexity as a Predictor of Defects
(1996-07) Benson, Jennie; Davis, Wilborn; Hazelwood, Carol; Martin, Cecil
Software inspections are generally considered to be an effective means of finding and correcting errors at the coding stage of the software development cycle. Due to a number of reasons, project teams often find it impractical to inspect every module. When only a portion of the modules can be inspected, an objective criteria for selecting which modules are more likely to have errors, and therefore should be inspected, is desired. High software complexity is contributing factor to an increased rate of errors in the software modules. Selection of a complexity metric that can be easily measured and which can be shown to reliably predict the probability of errors could be used as a criterion for selecting modules for inspection. A tool for measuring software complexity is developed. It measures the Software Science metric of difficulty which was first proposed by Maurice Halstead. This tool was used to obtain data from a database of commercial software. The results, and what they show about the relationship of Software Science's metric for difficulty and the probability of selecting modules with errors, are presented.
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A Comparative Study of Some Practices and Problems in Dramatics in the High Schools of Central Texas and in the Larger High Schools of Texas
(1940-05) Benson, Charles Bartless; Seabury, Hugh F.; Wright, L.N.; Wiley, E.O.
No abstract prepared.
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John Steinbeck and His Critics: A Response to the Criticisms of John Steinbeck's Post World War II Novels
(1996-05) Bennett, James C.; Gross, Dalton; Gross, M.J.; Reese, Marianne
No abstract prepared.
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The Development of a Resource Unit for Teaching About Outdoor-Living Areas
(1963-01) Bensmiller, Marjorie Jean; Little, Azalete R.; Shorts, Gladys; Richardson, E.M.
No abstract prepared.