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standardize

[′stan·dər‚dīz]
(computer science)
To replace any given floating point representation of a number with its representation in standard form; that is, to adjust the exponent and fixed-point part so that the new fixed-point part lies within a prescribed standard range.
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He called on all stakeholders and government at all levels, in collaboration with other concerned bodies to put up strong measures that would bridge the standardisation gap.
MEPs note that to ensure consistency and prevent conflicting standards, national standardisation bodies should withdraw any existing national standard that could be incompatible with a standard developed at European level.
- Lead markets: Standardisation is one of the key elements for the success of the lead market initiative (communication of 8 January), which aims to accelerate the emergence of innovative market areas such as eHealth, sustainable construction, recycling and renewable energy.
The Tetra Centri 818 separator and direct in-line standardisation system are incorporated into the pasteurisation module for the in-line standardisation of milk and cream.
The five giants have been meeting since 2010 to discuss issues in the sector, and in particular standardisation matters.
The standardisation process needs to be improved but not completely overhauled, says Lara Comi (EPP, Italy), rapporteur on European standardisation.
MANAMA: The Gulf Electrotechnical Standardisation conference opened yesterday in Bahrain.
More than 1,000 European standards are adopted each year by the major European standardisation organisations (CEN, CENELEC, ETSI).
Hisham Aljundi Doha Owing to the current changes in the region, the Central Municipal Council (CMC) has recommended revision to the GCC standardisation for imported goods and called for adoption of local standardisations instead.

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