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survivability

[sər‚vī·və′bil·əd·ē]
(ordnance)
The capability of a system to withstand a man-made hostile environment without suffering an abortive impairment of its ability to accomplish its designated mission.
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As well as hearing the perspectives of senior programme managers from procurement and future land requirements, the meeting aims to ensure thorough participation from the leading solution providers currently at the forefront of innovation in the survivability space.
The idea of effect-based survivability test methods is analysing survivability definition of network system, abstracting key effect and characteristic of survivability for some requirements, and then providing survivability indexes, metrics and test method.
While survivability is the number-one concern in seating systems, there are several other features accounted for during seat design.
The bank survivability assessments were launched in Japan in 2002 to track the "eligibility of counterparties, such as bank account providers, in Japanese structured finance transactions," the service added.
Together, with Anjani's established production base in India; and BAE Systems' global presence and continuous investment in survivability technologies, we are collectively leveraging our strengths, talents and resources to better protect India's police forces and support India's first responders," he added.
Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Survivability Policy (Change 1).
Together with our high voice quality, advanced features and routing capabilities, the Survivability features enhance the productivity of distributed enterprises.
Traditionally, units have been successful at planning survivability operations when the enemy consists of a large mechanized force.
It demonstrates how our enemies are operating inside our decision cycle and fully underscores how agile and adaptable PMA272 must become if it is to fulfill its mission of enhancing aircraft survivability.
From 1997 to 2001, he led the F-35 survivability team for JSF prime contractor Lockheed Martin, to whom Northrop Grumman is a principal partner.
These new transceivers provide extended reach, the highest data integrity and full 15-kV ESD protection to increase reliability and survivability from static discharge events.
This data survivability can be thought of in terms of three metrics: currency of data that can be recovered; the scope of hardware, software, and administrative failures that can be survived; and recoverability from facility failures.

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