test program


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test program

[′test ‚prō‚gram]
(computer science)
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BMW AG(XETRA: BMW), a Germany-based automaker, is expanding a new ride-hailing service's test program in Seattle.
A bench-scale dense media separation (DMS) test program was completed to assess the amenability of mineralized samples from the deposits to physical upgrading (pre-concentration) at each site.
Jim Choate, compliance program manager for Video Electronics Standards Association said, 'During new-technology development, products often are ready to ship before compliance test programs are complete.
"It provides listeners with an engaging, interactive synopsis of the TEST program and details how TEST's diverse range of learning methods (i.e.
When flying probe testers were first introduced, many of them did not have a test program generator.
Our test program generator (TPG) bridges between the design world and the test world as shown in Figure 1.
The Foreign Comparative Test program searches for world-class technologies, evaluates them for U.S.
The major inhibitor to that approach was the FAR 13.500(c) test program requirement to purchase commercial items or supplies (in laymen terms) rather than services.
The requirements can be processed and an automated test program configured.
DOD, accounting for about two-thirds of federal procurements, has a critical role in providing opportunities to small businesses through subcontracting programs such as the Test Program for Negotiation of Comprehensive Small Business Subcontracting Plans (Test Program).
Twelve years ago, the Defense Department created the Test Program for Negotiation of Comprehensive Small Business Subcontracting Plans to provide more small business opportunities and reduce the administrative burden for prime contractors.