hybrid testing

hybrid testing

(testing)
A combination of top-down testing with bottom-up testing of prioritised or available components.
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This study contributed to the current understanding of the innovation process in two main stages: (1) a hybrid testing approach for web service composition is combining the functional and nonfunctional testing approaches.
This section presents a hybrid testing approach for the web service composition framework, as shown in Figure 1.
TransCanada CIS and DCVG Hybrid Testing Procedure and Demonstration
This year we plan to expand our field trial and hybrid testing locations, and we're expanding our sales presence to provide superior service to customers.
The trial builds on the first European plug-in hybrid testing programme which was launched by Toyota and EDF on French roads last September.
The current study was planted adjacent to and managed with the 2002 University of Minnesota Corn Silage Hybrid Testing Consortium trial.
(Everett, Wash.), and Scope Communications (Northboro, Mass.) all offer modular hybrid testing instruments.
ND2000 [NDSCD(M)C8-3-2-1-1-1-1] was identified after six generations of selfing during pedigree selection and three years of late generation hybrid testing. Testing of ND2000 was performed in 1999 (four locations), 2000 (five locations), and 2001 (five locations) with commercial check hybrids (2 to 5) included in each trial.
Garst Seed Co., Slater, Iowa, has completed its hybrid testing for possible StarLink Bt technology contamination in its 2001 seed inventory.
One notable exception is Wide Area Hybrid Testing. Finished, nonsegregating conversions are required to produce candidate product hybrids and to conduct final event evaluations.