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gray box

Hardware or software in which some knowledge of its internal workings are known by the user or tester. See gray box testing and black box.
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Compromise between these two methods is Gray Box method.
On the left side of the screen, find "Genome Reference Consortium Human Build" in a gray box.
Over the years it developed customer solutions and did some design work, in keeping with its position in the Gray Box area.
That's why railroads display a toll-free phone number for reporting such emergencies on the gray box at every crossing where arms come down to stop traffic while trains pass.
The T7000 uses three new integrated circuit boards; the man-machine interface board, the main board, both located in a gray box behind the front upper door of the dispenser, and the customer interface board in the enclosure behind the front lower door.
We compared companies that employed gray box integration with those that indicated they employed black box integration.