systems specification

systems specification

[′sis·təmz ‚spes·ə·fə‚kā·shən]
(computer science)
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For instance, an improvement in systems specification when using active electrodes instead of passive ones may be considered by a researcher to represent an increase in signal quality, but, using the CoME scheme, there would only be a score change from 0 to 1.
The DVB-3DTV specification is also accompanied by the Subtitling Systems specification (EN 300 743), which provides a mechanism that allows subtitles and other on-screen graphics to be best-positioned so that they can be viewed correctly in the stereoscopic picture.
For example, a concrete Requirement X was identified in both the ICD and CDD, became a portion of the program WBS, and was represented in the systems specification and TEMP.
WH Smith & Sons (Tools), of Minworth, is among the first companies in the UK to achieve re-certification of a global automotive quality management systems specification.
The standard is entitled Environmental Management Systems Specification and ensures that environmental policy is carried out by the organization.
For example, consider the warehouse manager who wrote, as part of a systems specification document, that a new three-aisle automated storage and retrieval system should interface with the warehouse's mainframe computer.

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