limit check

limit check

[′lim·ət ‚chek]
(computer science)
A check to determine if a value entered into a computer system is within acceptable minimum and maximum values.
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If it is out of limits, it can be highlighted so that analysts will know right away, at the bench level, if a sample fails the limit check and can take immediate action to either rerun the sample or ensure that all necessary materials are retained to facilitate a proper investigation of the result.
The limit check will look at the new forecast and compare it to the existing plan.
The system then performs a credit limit check against the Accounts Receivable system.
Designed to maximize access to liquidity and reduce limit fragmentation for all market participants, CreditLink supports request-for-quote and request-for-streaming trading using a centralized limit check (Ping model) and also gives FCMs and their clients the ability to distribute limits directly to specific trading venues or CCPs to minimize latency (Push model), which is important for buyside firms, executing brokers, interdealer brokers, market makers and exchanges using central limit order books.
Succumbing to the temptation to consolidate power in the hands of the president, ostensibly to protect his government's authority, could limit checks and balances and restrict space for political opposition, including within his own party.
Traders may optimize their portfolios based on market movements, but risk managers are monitoring and orchestrating limit checks, quantifying liquidity and funding ratios, and calculating the challenging profitability formulas, such as credit valuation adjustments and funding cost adjustments, as well as debt valuation adjustment and funding cost benefits.
It also helps when relationship managers perform pre-deal limit checks for potential breaches.
The paper recommends that pre-order risk controls should include fundamental checks on the characteristics of a trade, including symbology validation, notional and average daily volume checks and price limit checks.
This position contrast with the stance of the Council and Commission, which wish to limit checks to surface waters, except for three substances that are more hazardous than others when they accumulate in the food chain: mercury, hexachlorobenzene and hexachlorobutadiene.
Other examples include the use of delta checks, limit checks, and monitoring of the mean value calculated from patient test results.