self-diagnostic routine

self-diagnostic routine

[¦self ‚dī·əg¦näs·tik rü′tēn]
(computer science)
A test of an electronic device that is performed automatically, usually when the device is turned on. Also known as self-test.
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The self-diagnostic routines built into Avaya products resolve many of these performance-impacting conditions.
The 942MB modules use two powerful micro-controllers, one for each channel, which perform advanced signal-processing functions and run self-diagnostic routines for better reliability.
Such images could be highlighted with flashing signals to indicate the source of a problem during self-diagnostic routines.