diagnostic routine

diagnostic routine

[‚dī·əg′näs·tik rü′tēn]
(computer science)
A routine designed to locate a computer malfunction or a mistake in coding. Also known as diagnostic check; diagnostic subroutine; diagnostic test; error detection routine.
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In the early 2000s, ultrasound examinations during pregnancy were not part of the diagnostic routine assessments in the Netherlands.
We should include an oral glucose tolerance test in the diagnostic routine.
As the lamp ages and fluorescent response degrades, an on-board diagnostic routine allows the scientist to normalize the gain response periodically.
General primer-mediated polymerase chain reaction for detection of enteroviruses: Application for diagnostic routine and persistent infections.
A diagnostic routine must be accessed to identify schedules with required missing information and to ensure complete calculations of carryforward items between schedules.
An additional feature essential for neophytes and desirable for practitioners is a comprehensive error/flowsheet diagnostic routine which highlights conflicting information in a specified flowsheet, indicates where further information is needed and suggests which mathematical operations (recycle, balance, etc.
The diagnostic routine takes the form of a display of a human male or female, with body parts identified and highlighted.
This saves time in programming, in tests and diagnostic routines as well as for software updates over the air (SOTA).
The drawback of many diagnostic routines developed for HVAC systems is that they require access to parameter values that are not directly measured through the sensor networks.

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