pseudocode


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pseudocode

(ˈsjuːdəʊˌkəʊd)
n
(Computer Science) computing instructions written in symbolic code which must be translated into a program langauge before they can be executed
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Automation testing is one among several software testing techniques used to test and compare the actual result of particular pseudocode with the expected outcome.
In the first one [6], the experimental group (n = 11) used programming concepts with the Alice software and pseudocode, while the control group (n = 11) learned the same concepts without resorting to software.
The decryption process uses the following pseudocode:
If a paper described an AI method and pseudocode was not provided, the pseudocode variable was set to false for that paper.
This is summarized by the pseudocode provided in Table 2.
Pseudocode 1 shows the pseudocode for the algorithm of ERT.
A pseudocode of this algorithm is provided in Pseudocode 1 below.
The new customers are inserted with a procedure for a KPI minimization implemented within Pseudocode 1.
The overall process of the image content-based system is defined in Pseudocode 1.