relational operator

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relational operator

[ri′lā·shən·əl ′äp·ə‚rād·ər]
(computer science)
An operator that indicates whether one quantity is equal to, greater than, or less than another.

relational operator

A symbol that specifies a comparison between two values. See also ampersand codes.

Relational Operator             Symbol

 EQ   Equal to                   =

 NE   Not equal to        <> or  #  or !=

 GT   Greater than               >

 GE   Greater than or equal to   >=

 LT   Less than                  <

 LE   Less than or equal to      <=
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To enable operator safety, Carter said, "All of our EST equipment features a GFI circuit to sense current escaping to ground and shuts down the output in order to protect the test operator. Our equipment also features a safety interlock to be used with safety enclosures to prevent contact with a DUT during a test."
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I asked Mattielighova about access control on the system and how the test laboratory can be sure that once a test has been defined it cannot be adjusted or altered in any way by the test operator.
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As well as this objective scoring approach, inspectors use their own judgment to decide how deeply to test operator performance and the potential underlying causes of failure before they make a regulatory decision.
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There was significantly lower compliance in documentation of the test operator and documentation of QC events for point-of-care urinalysis (P < .001) as compared with glucose testing.
They interact with the UUT locally and receive commands from or send messages or data for logging back to a central server where the test operator is located.
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In addition to OTDR event analysis, pass/fail acceptance values can be set to alert the test operator of failing or marginal events.
One shortcoming of the swab test is that it must be conducted very carefully, which may be challenging in the field where a test operator or inspector may be high on a ladder testing steel overhead.