test routine

test routine

[′test rü‚tēn]
(computer science)
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shall enable the end-user to write and execute own test routine scripts.
A great way for pre-regs to improve their sight test routine is to ask their supervisor to sit in with them.
By contrast, in the absence of the dedicated test circuitry, the test routine would use the device's internal charge pump to generate the voltage, and because of process variation, this voltage will vary from one die to another.
Toro Rosso's Max Verstappen takes time during practice at the Hungarian Grand Prix to run through his driving test routine ANDREW YATES / REUTERS
After the test routine, the aircraft ran a series of additional checks before touching down after 2 h and 45 min in the air.
In this approach, the processor core executes an embedded test routine that sequentially programs different configurations, acquires data from an embedded analog-to-digital converter (ADC), and performs required calculations.
In the experimental phase, the student drafts the measurement scheme, connects the device being tested with measurement equipment, prepares the test routine using PC control tools to a maximum extent, and carries out the experimental part of the job.
Tool diagnostics such as a leak test routine and cycle-time analysis can be accessed via the dual-side Touch Screen.
Problem solving is emphasized, with exercises that test routine ideas, introduce new concepts and applications, and challenge the reader to use the combinatorial techniques developed.
on microstructure) and a more user-friendly test routine (e.g.
Tierney says Mecmesin set the system up so every individual spring had its own test routine.
There is evidence, though, that making the test routine reduces its stigma and increases acceptance.