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The ITEA Journal of Test and Evaluation (The ITEA Journal) is the premier publication for the Test and Evaluation industry. First published over 40 years ago, The ITEA Journal remains a leading journal in the field of test and evaluation, earning its stature as an authoritative international voice and eliciting ongoing acclaim for editorial excellence. Engineers, researchers, technicians, and academicians worldwide look to The ITEA Journal for the valuable information they need.
Each issue serves as a forum for authors of treatises on the cutting edge of testing science and technology to enlighten the T&E community. The ITEA Journal brings you the details of developments in this rapidly expanding area of technology long before they are commercial realities.
Archived Issues for Members Only
The ITEA Journal archives contain an extensive resource collection covering all the developments and trends in the test and evaluation field as they originated and evolved, an unsurpassed treasure trove of information at one’s fingertips! ITEA members receive free, unlimited, online access to the archived issues through their member portal.
Editor-in-Chief – Keith Joiner, Ph.D.
Editor – Danielle Kauffman
Production – Bob Shinn, Dublin Blue
Art Director – Linda Rapp, Rapp Design
Publisher – K&E Management
Associate Editors and Members of the ITEA Publications Committee
Clifton Baldwin, Ph.D.
J. Michael Barton, Ph.D.
David Bell, Ph.D.
Eileen Bjorkman, Ph.D.
C. David Brown, Ph.D.
Stephen Gordon, Ph.D.
Mark London, Ph.D.
The Publications Committee meets quarterly before each issue. Join the Committee by contacting Dr. Keith Joiner email@example.com
The ITEA Journal of Test and Evaluation, (ISSN 1054-0929), is published four times each year by the International Test and Evaluation Association, 11350 Random Hills Rd, Suite 800, Fairfax, VA 22030 (www.itea.org). This resource is available to our Members.
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