accuracy checking

accuracy checking

[′ak·yə·rə·sē ‚chek·iŋ]
(mapping)
The procurement of presumptive evidence of a map's compliance with specified accuracy standards; indicates the relative (rather than the absolute) accuracy of map features.
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Printer manufacturers may also have in-house accuracy checking tools designed for frequent use to maintain printing accuracy, as well as systems that communicate with an external solder paste inspection machine; such tools are designed to automatically correct registration errors based on closed-loop feedback from the SPI machine.
Publishers can also utilize SmartScrolls' editorial team for technical edits, language edits, accuracy checking, image research, and to provide text permissions.
THE chemist is looking for new staff in stores across Britain, with opportunities to join its optometrist pre-registration programme, plus qualified accuracy checking technicians and dispensers, store assistants and team managers, store colleagues and drivers to join the vital pharmacy collection and delivery service.
I am an accuracy checking technician and also a qualified phlebotomist, performing blood tests at the pharmacy.
New Directions, which has seen its pharmacy business double in the past 12 months, recruits locum pharmacists, pharmacy managers, relief managers, dispensers and accuracy checking technicians for contracts throughout the UK.
But transmission protocols and an internal accuracy checking mechanism have caused some problems, Luz said.
Augmenting our existing pattern transfer accuracy checking methods with a lithography process window verification capability enhances our ability for early identification of process-sensitive structures across the chip, thereby improving the quality of OPC.
before an entire job is started for accuracy checking and modifications.