Having one or more programmers review the source code of a program written by someone else. Peer review produces much better code, since others have already tried to understand it. Indecipherable routines are eliminated before they get buried into the fabric of the program. See open source.
The reviewing before publication, by an authority or authorities in the pertinent field of study, of the written form of an idea, hypothesis, theory, and/or written discussion of such.
Three drafts of his report were peer reviewed before it was accepted for publication.
Peer-review Sentence Examples
These will only be internationally reputed journals which include a rigorous process of peer review in the acceptance of articles for publication.
The Authority will take over the role of scientific peer review from the current Scientific Committee on Plants.
Cite Journal (Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education) is an interactive peer-review free site.