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assign

Law a person to whom property is assigned; assignee

assign

[ə′sīn]
(computer science)
A control statement in FORTRAN which assigns a computed value i to a variable k, the latter representing the number of the statement to which control is then transferred.
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Many times the Six Sigma process requires identification of assignable causes of variation for a robber mixing process.
In this paper, we present an economic design of joint [Mathematical Expression Omitted] and S and control charts based on quadratic loss function for process with double assignable causes.
Individual limits are exceeded if there is an assignable local cause unique to any individual cavity.
The power of substitution was not assignable and would lapse at any time after the trust no longer held stock if the grantors together owned more than 20% of the corporation.
The range of reasonable cost allocation assignable to PI is a minimum of $25,000 and a maximum of the stand-alone cost of $40,000, also shown in exhibit 1.
The court had found that the contract was assignable only at a discount of almost 50 percent of the face amount of the purchase price.
Transition Safeguard is non assignable, irrevocable and non commutable.
It offers the only drum pad that knows exactly where it's hit and how hard, across seven assignable zones, with an immediate trigger delivering the fastest-traveling sound possible.
The i-Control features: intuitive navigation; large color touch screen interface; controls up to 4 bioreactors with features such as 8 mass flow controllers; up to 6 assignable pumps, 2 DO, 2 PH and 2 Temp; and the ability to use the same system to control autoclavable, disposable or SIP bioreactors (even CIP).
Conversion of 79,316 net assignable square feet of space in the "Y" Building on the CCNY campus into a new, $58.
The cause-selecting charts are designed to further distinguish between controllable assignable causes and uncontrollable assignable causes.