acceptance criteria


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acceptance criteria

[ak′sep·təns krī′tēr·ē·ə]
(industrial engineering)
Standards of judging the acceptability of manufactured items.
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Our acceptance criteria will therefore define the circumstances where we will accept a complaint as an allegation of a registrant's impaired FTP
Acceptance criteria must be meaningful and appropriate for the method and should be based on the method's day-to-day performance.
Commutability results were obtained using 2 different acceptance criteria based on random error components and medical requirements.
Acceptance criteria accompany each user story and are defined when the user story is created.
Over half of the respondents indicated their acceptance criteria was complete reduction for all three types of microbial challenges (bacteria, mold and yeast).
3] Our study results should be generalizable because our acceptance criteria are similar to many other programs.
Based on proprietary decision algorithms where property managers may determine the weight of certain selection variables, Transition's analysis found that those property managers who made changes lo these measures increased their acceptance criteria by more than two percentage points.
CAP, CLIA, New York State, or ISO 15189); design additional custom guidelines to meet specific needs; set acceptance criteria for the study; and print a final report of the validation or verification.
Marathon declined, citing "Noble's failure to timely meet the acceptance criteria," according to a statement from Marathon.
In California, the legislation would prohibit a company from labeling a product flushable, sewer and septic safe unless it's been tested and certified by a third party to meet the acceptance criteria for toilet, drainline, sewage pump, septic tank, aerobic system and municipal wastewater collection and treatment systems as published by INDA.