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inspect

[in′spekt]
(industrial engineering)
To examine an object to determine whether it conforms to standards; may employ sight, hearing, touch, odor, or taste.
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Each node v in the second stage contains an inspectable description of the conditional probability distribution Pr(v|Parents(v)), where Parents(v) is the set of state variables with edges leading into v.
Finally, Townley's suitors join in on Townley's performativization of texts by activizing their costumed bodies--transferring their significatory power away from the outer layers that Fossile pores over, and putting them to use not as inspectable surfaces, but as implicatory symbols.
The 78th Signal Battalion passed a benchmark setting level of 115 of 117 inspectable areas.
Options on the motor include all alluminum alloy parts, which are anodized per MIL-A-8625 Type I and given a color inspectable chemical treatment per MIL-C-5541, Class 1A.
The UPCS is composed of five inspectable areas, each of which covers various aspects of a multifamily housing community's physical condition.
Inspectable Bayesian student modeling servers in multi-agent tutoring systems.
So, from an operational point of view, a coordination artifact can be understood as a sort of virtual machine of coordination, executing some form of coordination specification, fully inspectable and controllable by coordination artifact administrators [21].
In fact, as Suthers (2000) pointed out, "representation tools mediate collaborative learning interactions by providing learners with the means to express their emerging knowledge in a persistent medium, inspectable by all participants, where the knowledge then becomes part of the shared context" (p.
Further, the nuclear laboratories are not readily inspectable due to the highly classified nature of much of the work, should a verification protocol be negotiated.
The 1SGs made the OMPF an inspectable item with the soldier's readiness deployment file.