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proving

[′prüv·iŋ]
(computer science)
Testing whether a computer is free of faults and capable of functioning normally, usually by having it carry out a check routine or diagnostic routine.
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CALIFORNIA CITY - Korean auto executives Wednesday marked the opening of a $60 million proving ground that is providing 50 jobs and giving the Antelope Valley a high-profile foreign investment.
In reality, they should just be getting started; the real work comes when proving intent.
Proving the truth or falsehood of Cantor's continuum hypothesis boils down to answering this: Where does the set of real numbers sit in the hierarchy of infinite sets?
First, investigators have difficulty proving that anyone involved acted with intent to defraud, especially promoters of the scheme.
For these reasons, gas meter proving is quickly becoming important and necessary to ensure precise measurement of natural gas.
Under the law, another method of proving inequality is by the selected parcels method, which Korngold says is "exceptionally expensive and too difficult," so that it is never used.
Meanwhile, doubters both within and without the agencies counter that it would be a waste of precious resources of manpower and money to take any protective steps prior to proving conclusively that Colorado has any grizzlies left to protect.
GEOMETRIC BUILDING BLOCKS In the late 1970s, mathematician William Thurston, now at the University of California, Davis, envisioned away to tame the menagerie of three-dimensional spaces--an idea that gave mathematicians a roadmap for proving the Poincare conjecture.
The proving ground will be staffed and run by Hyundai Motor Company subsidiary Hyundai America Technical Center Inc.