Acceptance Criteria


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Acceptance Criteria

A term of art for measurable parameters in the form of numeric limits, ranges, or other measures for accepting the results of analytical procedures.
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Rather than prescribe the characterization and acceptance criteria of these materials in detail, the document prescribes only high-level guidance, with the goal of demonstrating that the standards/ materials are suitable for their intended use.
Acceptance criteria accompany each user story and are defined when the user story is created.
Survey responses provided a large variation in acceptance criteria, ranging from no increase of the initial microbial challenge concentration to a complete reduction over the course of the PET evaluation (Table 6).
A quarter of programs exclude patients with a history of renal stones, while another quarter accept these patients without requiring a metabolic workup.[sup.3] Our study results should be generalizable because our acceptance criteria are similar to many other programs.
The revised document provides specific acceptance criteria for resin smear.
It also says, on average, property managers tightened their acceptance criteria for potential applications that are accepted without any conditions such as higher deposit amounts.
After years of working with companies in Electronics Assembly, there appear to be certain common "misinterpretations" of the IPC-A-610 acceptance criteria. These misinterpretations can cost your company time, money, and even your reputation for quality.
Marathon declined, citing "Noble's failure to timely meet the acceptance criteria," according to a statement from Marathon.
The safety guide covers grouping of initiating events and associated transients related to plant states; deterministic safety analysis and acceptance criteria; conservative deterministic safety analysis; and best estimate plus uncertainty analysis.
In California, the legislation would prohibit a company from labeling a product flushable, sewer and septic safe unless it's been tested and certified by a third party to meet the acceptance criteria for toilet, drainline, sewage pump, septic tank, aerobic system and municipal wastewater collection and treatment systems as published by INDA.