accidental inclusion

accidental inclusion

[¦ak·sə¦den·təl in′klü·zhən]
(petrology)
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Improve Software Quality - Automatically identify the source of defects that occur due to improper or accidental inclusion of wrong object files -- Reduce Wasted Time - Recapture productivity lost due to unnecessary build bottlenecks such as broken make files or redundant and long running processes -- Prevent Security Risks - Halt the introduction of malicious or unintentional vulnerabilities through software components or open source packages that may contain known security problems -- Stop Compliance Violations - Put an end to the creep of compliance violations caused by the lack of visibility in the assembly process with a comprehensive 'bill of materials' that confirms the version and origin of all internal and open source code in your product
Generalizing further, one might envision inserting entire passages of words as insiders into longer texts--or, conversely, searching existing texts for the accidental inclusion of particular insider passages.
Clef Notes now offers teacher customization in selection of notes to be studied, as well as clef selection, accidental inclusion and ledger line inclusion.
A profusion of unexplained terms such as these would have made the book inaccessible, but one sole instance is forgivable as an accidental inclusion.
The new standards, adopted last October to replace current regulations that require labeling of transgenic foods, allows for accidental inclusion of 1% of genetically altered food.