2), and those whose annual income was $30,000 or more had higher odds of recent testing
than those with an income of less than $15,000 (1.
techniques vary, depending on the nature of the item or material under test, test method in use and the number of testing
We send out rapid testing
teams to see how equipment is doing," he added.
5, particularly in its breadth of test scripts, media output, and general ease of use, we are providing a revolutionary testing
tool that will enable the development and QA of the new generation of advanced packet-based communications solutions.
Perhaps the fear of testing
results from a lack of competence.
This effort to integrate testing
is born out by the fact that the new AFI 99-103 (2004) is itself a compilation of the former AFI 99-101 (1996), Developmental Test and Evaluation; AFI 99-102 (1998), Operational Test and Evaluation; and AFI 99-105 (1994), Live Fire Test and Evaluation.
makers must gather information about the students' backgrounds, the programs they have access to, how long they have been in these programs, and their proficiency in the first and the second language.
That's one situation where rapid testing
is invaluable, says Mardge H.
Complete and accurate quality assurance testing
is critical for meeting today's demands to deliver applications that work, not only in the initial release, but also throughout the life of the application.
Many OEMs, particularly in areas of high liability like medical devices or automotive, require plastics processors to do their own testing
at the end of production runs.
Last March the Supreme Court heard a challenge to a broader testing
program at another public high school, covering students involved in any sort of competitive extracurricular activity, including chess, debate, band, choir, and cooking.
While the most popular methods of nondestructive testing
have been X-ray inspection and ultrasonic testing
, eddy current testing
is an excellent inspection method to compliment existing testing