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gray box

Hardware or software in which some knowledge of its internal workings are known by the user or tester. See gray box testing and black box.
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A distinction is made between white box, black box and gray box models depending on the empirical share.
The gray box mocks up a 25-kilowatt version of the technology, which is now under development by a startup called Redox Power Systems.
Compromise between these two methods is Gray Box method.
On the left side of the screen, find "Genome Reference Consortium Human Build" in a gray box.
Over There" uses designer Johannes Schutz's featureless, pale gray box that also housed "The Stone," the previous play in the Royal Court's Germany season.
In the middle is the Gray Box position, where a supplier has some involvement in the workings of the product in conjunction with the customer.
That's why railroads display a toll-free phone number for reporting such emergencies on the gray box at every crossing where arms come down to stop traffic while trains pass.