reasonable test

reasonable test

A type of test that determines if a value falls within a range considered normal or logical. It can be made on electronic signals to detect extraneous noise as well as on data to determine possible input errors.
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In production, it is therefore possible for the first time to perform series tests of radar sensors with a reasonable test depth.
If you consider your alterations to benefit or improve the property you may want to consider including a reasonable test to the reinstatement clause of the licence to alter.
However, the Borders hotel certainly fails the reasonable test.
1 Serena Williams was given a reasonable test in her first match at the Madrid Masters on Sunday against Kazakh qualifier Yulia Putintseva before the American eventually prevailed 7-6 (7/5), 6-1.
Recommendation J Vanendert 1pt each-way 66-1 Blue Square Stage One Liege - Seraing (Intermediate stage) An intriguing early stage in the Ardennes countryside which serves to settle the competitors in while also providing a reasonable test.
And on any reasonable test, David Cameron's Conservatives are failing abysmally with what must be the cruellest cuts of all.
Nasser is three years older and has almost 90 bouts on his impressive record yet Birmingham coach O'Sullivan reckons it is reasonable test for Yafai.
A reasonable test for the merits of a war is the three Ws.
So the sooner they come up with a reasonable test for drugs in the human system, the better.
A feasible and reasonable test plan should include managerial, logistical, and technical considerations.
One would like the time interval to be long enough so that the initial test time will have allowed for sufficient relaxation to occur, so uniform consistent readings would be determined regardless of general variations in test timing, but short enough to allow a reasonable test time.