AUTOMATIC FEEDBACK ON COMMON LOGIC ERRORS
: HOW TO USE UNIT TESTS TO PROVIDE FEEDBACK TO STUDENTS WHEN REFACTORING

  • M. (Meine) Toonen

Student thesis: Master's Thesis

Abstract

During my first study at the Hague University, I missed something: a more theoretical ap-proach to my learning. It was fun and I learned a lot, but I knew: someday I will wanted to get my masters degree. And when the opportunity opened up to do it, I took it and went towards my goal.
I would first like to thank my committee. Bastiaan, thanks for all of your (detailed!) input, positive feedback and pleasant coaching skills. It was a joy creating my thesis under you tutelage. Hieke, even though you were busy finishing your PhD and settling in your new job, you found the time to provide feedback, and even helped labelling! Much appreciated. And Johan, thank you for your feedback and suggestions into the broader aspects of my research. You all helped driving me to create a better research, thank you for that.
And lastly Sara. Where would I be without you? Probably still Gouda. I loved sparring about research, Machine Learning, trees and forests. Thank you for helping and challeng-ing me, and allowing me to be a better student. I love you and Apekop.
This was a fun journey.
Date of Award4 Feb 2021
Original languageEnglish
SupervisorJohan Jeuring (Examiner), Bastiaan Heeren (Co-assessor) & Hieke Keuning (External assessor)

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