defect management

defect management

(1) The elimination of bugs in software and flaws in hardware. Defect management is part of a software or hardware development project.

(2) The prevention of data errors in a storage medium by invalidating bad sectors. Defect management is part of any read/write magnetic or optical storage medium. See hard disk defect management.
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The purpose of the contract is to carry out planning activities, requirements definition, architecture definition, analysis, design, construction, integration, testing, implementation, data migration, change management, defect management, configuration management and monitoring and control necessary for the construction, integration and implementation of a centralized and unified information system that allows the management of parliamentary initiatives by the staff of the general secretariat of relations with parliament.
Key elements of an ADLM solution include: software requirements definition and management, software change and configuration management, software project planning, with a current focus on agile planning, work item management, quality management, including defect management.
The shaft handler system, defect management system and connection with the existing packaging system complete the scope of supply.
Line and Hangar maintenance employees will use the QuickTurn and TaskControl apps for defect management, routine task cards and picklists, recording A/C P/N transactions, and other related activities.
The 100% print inspection system, for use on rewinders and narrow web printing machines, stands out due to the well-engineered technology, extensive range of functions and comprehensive defect management software.
(1-3) Since its origination in the middle of the past century, it has advanced greatly and has become a viable method for bone lengthening, severe deformity correction, and defect management. It is a system of techniques for bone fixation, distraction, compression, and transport with the application of the Ilizarov apparatus used for a great variety of orthopaedic diseases and injuries.
Most defect management tools come in handy to capture and manage requirements establishing clear traceability with design, test and defect artefacts.
"While technology obviously has a role to play in any business nowadays - and largely self-organising teams using Agile methodologies and electronic Kanban and defect management systems are fast becoming the norm - I don't believe there will ever be a replacement for physically sitting with a new colleague to make them feel part of the team," Mr Stephenson said.
"Whilst technology obviously has a role to play in any business nowadays - and largely self-organising teams using Agile methodologies and electronic Kanban and defect management systems are fast becoming the norm - I don't believe there will ever be a replacement for physically sitting with a new colleague to make them feel part of the team," Mr Stephenson said.
Among the topics are an overview of crowdsourcing, why leverage the crowd for software testing, whether it is a solution to all quality problems, successful implementation, defect management, winning the team's support, a holistic perspective, the future of crowdsourced testing, and building an ecosystem around it.
It's expandable, modular approach offers producers flexibility to address specific quality needs with modules for high-accuracy on-line finish gauging, seal surface, sidewall and base defect management as well as label inspection.
Taking the safety mission further, the authority recently launched the heavy vehicle defect management system, which makes registering and testing of trailers along with the heavy trucks mandatory.