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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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To bolster support for high-assurance computing, OMG's Real-Time, Embedded, and Specialized Systems (RTESS) Platform Task Force (PTF) will standardize an MDA PIM for lightweight fault-tolerance for distributed real-time systems, and a mapping to Real-time CORBA.
We've been on a journey for several years to standardize wherever appropriate, and as our long-term partner, McKesson is helping us to achieve our strategic goals," said Becky Sykes, CHP's chief information officer.
The third RFP, from the telecommunications industry, will standardize a MOF(TM)-compliant metamodel and UML(TM) 2.
The user now has the ability to standardize and process one record at a time.
Moller, Maersk Sealand will standardize on Descartes Carrier Contract and Shipment Management to securely manage rate information across the carrier's global operations.
Alamo decided to standardize on SolidWorks software after mandating that all divisions migrate from the company's previous CAD tool because of its 3D design limitations, according to Randy Ford, engineering manager at Alamo Industrial in Texas.
Solidifying its leadership in customizable design reuse infrastructures and methodologies, Mentor Graphics Corporation (Nasdaq:MENT) today announced that Toshiba Corporation is the first semiconductor company to standardize on a complete System-on-chip (SoC) design work flow based on the QuickUse(TM) Development System (QDS).
We couldn't be more pleased that Agilent has chosen to standardize on Tecnomatix-Unicam.
In other industries and markets, the DTC issued Requests for Proposals (RFPs) initiating efforts to standardize a Software Portfolio Management Facility, a Workflow Process Definition Facility, and a major update of OMG's Distributed Simulation Facility, which is based on the United States government's distributed simulation High Level Architecture (HLA).
CORBAmed, OMG's task force for healthcare, recommended adoption of a Clinical Image Access Service (CIAS) which standardizes access and retrieval of clinical images for non-diagnostic use.