sequence check

sequence check

[′sē·kwəns ‚chek]
(computer science)
To verify that correct precedence relationships are obeyed, usually by checking for ascending sequence numbers.
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sequence check

Testing a list of items or file of records for correct ascending or descending sequence based on the item or key fields in the records.
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After the tire sequence check, which checks that the correct tires have been fitted, the final assembly process includes complete test procedures with electrical systems testing, water test, and parts quality control.
Optionally, Roll Inspector checks the readability of bar codes, text, postal codes and MICR lines, as well as performing sequence checks, alignment and data verification for a variety of highly complex, data extensive, variable documents.
(5) For example, some banks process checks on a first-come, first-serve basis, some reorder cheeks to create a cheek number sequence, while others sequence checks in ascending amounts (low-to-high).