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acceptance testing

(programming)
Formal testing conducted to determine whether a system satisfies its acceptance criteria and thus whether the customer should accept the system.
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All five of these systems have now completed customer acceptance tests.
Among these factors is the ability of Cray supercomputer systems to pass individual customer acceptance tests, and general economic and market conditions.
the shortest possible test cycles for commissioning, acceptance tests and maintenance of optical infrastructures, including a 1 x 12 port optical switch for ribbon-fiber testing;
The last of the penetrating foam acceptance tests will be complete in the first week of January and a full report on all the penetrating foam acceptance tests will be delivered to Eurotech in mid-January.
Gosselin continued, "Our acceptance tests mentioned above are particularly noteworthy.
Tera Computer Company (Nasdaq:TERA) today announced that its eight-processor Multithreaded Architecture (MTA) supercomputer has now passed the full suite of acceptance tests at the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC).
Conducting acceptance tests in accordance with rules 13:07:01 "checks of safety systems", rules 13:07:10 "verification of interlocking bound automatic warning system - AWS" and acceptance test pursuant to A* 38 Railway Employee Protection Regulation (EisbAV) ".
Cassidian has completed factory acceptance tests for the company's TRS-4D naval air and surface surveillance radar.
Our new facility will be able to hold over 1,500 control system cabinets and comfortably house multiple engineering procurement contractors (EPC) and end user teams working on the various Factory Acceptance Tests," said Mansour Belhadj, sales director at Honeywell Process Solutions, Middle East.
This guide to understanding, creating and implementing acceptance tests within the agile software development methodology provides step-by-step instructions for implementing collaborative test design practices between customers, developers and testers.