dynamic check

dynamic check

[dī¦nam·ik ′chek]
(engineering)
Check used to ascertain the correct performance of some or all components of equipment or a system under dynamic or operating conditions.
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"In these dynamic check situations," Snow continues, "the customer wants to know ASAP why a part doesn't fit as designed or why it warps when it comes out of the mold." With the handicap of oneaxis-at-a-time operation, old manual CMMs are ill suited to finding subtle dimensional problems, even if sufficient CAD data is available, he points out.
This dynamic check is required because the type system cannot guarantee that the runtime type of e is indeed [C.sub.2].
It also automatically synthesizes the UPF power intent logic and performs dynamic checks for monitoring low-power functionality, alerting users to cases of incorrect low-power behavior.
Today's circuit breakers compare stock price movement versus last traded price (dynamic checks) and versus open, close, last auction or a rolling reference price (static checks).

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