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validation

[‚val·ə′dā·shən]
(computer science)
The act of testing for compliance with a standard.

validation

The stage in the software life-cycle at the end of the development process where software is evaluated to ensure that it complies with the requirements.
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Understanding the similarities and difference between process validation expectations in EU and US
The term "green validation" refers to a new, more responsible approach to software validation that leverages GAMP methodologies and advanced technologies to promote a paperless validation environment.
In the year 2000, a major producer of latex and polyurethane condoms and surgical grade gloves licensed the technology for validation of their production products to a revolutionary and innovative industry protective level of 100% integrity testing level of one micron and above testing for their product lines.
As a result of the reviews mentioned above, which have been conducted to define the future direction of the development and validation of eye irritation alternative methods, the key focus that emerged for future research is the need for mechanistic understanding of eye injury resulting from chemical exposure.
In this article, we will cover the reasons that data validation is not used more frequently in gas measurement systems, configuration of validation rules, the issues with maintaining validation rules, and how a good measurement system can be made more "user-friendly" in regards to validation.
Successful completion of the AES validation tests is required to claim conformance to the AES as specified in FIPS 197.
added that the group "will create value for clients by integrating the entire construction process, from pre-construction through validation.
The AVL/SiS validation program involves the testing of memory modules using the SiS648FX chipset and AVL's leading-edge equipment and software.
Observing her physical and emotional characteristics, the caregiver using the Validation approach can assess that Elsie Barker is in Stage 3, repetitive motion.
5% of the subjects in the validation sample were correctly classified.
Historically, validation activities at the Berkeley site have been performed utilizing a time-consuming paper-based system.