sampling process

sampling process

[′sam·pliŋ ‚prä·səs]
(engineering)
The process of obtaining a sequence of instantaneous values of some quantity that varies continuously with time.
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EasySampler fully automates the sampling process including sampling capture, quench at reaction conditions, dilution and dispensing into a vial.
Compared to the existing blood sample-based inspection technique, this system can reduce the stress burden in a sampling process so it can deliver more precise results.
Two CDs accompany the book and are useful for understanding the sampling process.
Available with up to 16 inlet ports for sampling process streams and calibration gases, the series is fully automatic, providing unattended operation with one-button start.
During the sampling process, the examiner will verify that (1) each payee is appropriately identified and classified in accordance with documentation in the withholding agent's records; (2) the withholding agent withheld the correct income tax for the type of income and payee; and (3) the transaction was properly reported on Form 1042-S, Foreign Person's U.
Every three years, Indiana repeats the sampling process to revalidate the taxability percentage.