checking routine

checking routine

[′chek·iŋ rü′tēn]
(computer science)
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Then, in section 3.2 we consider the possible countermeasure that improved attacks may take to avoid this checking routine. Finally, in section 3.3 we present a robust scheme to detect even these attacks with very high probability.
Set up an email checking routine. For instance, allot 15 minutes a day to check on your emails.
Brigade DSP Asad Ali Choudhry told Daily Times that motorcyclists assassinated the SHO when he was on a snap checking routine. Whereas, police sources said he was on his way to the police station in his land cruiser.
The risk of missing orders has been minimized by using a record checking routine that alerts staff to issues before the batch hits the shipping floor.
-- Children who have behavioral insomnia benefit from a focus on their sleep schedule, on their bedtime routine, and on a checking routine, Jodi A.
When this happens, your game plan should always be the same - throw out your "normal" credit checking routine, and become a detective.
- Setup new batch conversions such as file conversions and data checking routines
Improving both the richness of the data held in the NSG and the data checking routines will enable those involved in road works to consult and co-ordinate more effectively, reducing inconvenience and congestion.
With the new release, Scalar 100 libraries will provide automated compatibility checking routines that will ensure media and drive matching for users who mix LTO-2 and LTO-3 drives in the same cabinet.
Built-in machine accuracy checking routines include ball bar, step gauge, and length bar.
OCLC has created automatic checking routines for Web site URLs and content that will be run regularly as a means to keep CORC up-to-date.