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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Publishing our acceptance criteria will provide clarity on how we will close some cases without referral to case examiners.
For example, the acceptance criteria for an assay method transfer may require that the RU and the SU data agree within [+ or -]1% for triplicate analysis of three lots.
Acceptance criteria that are too detailed can limit collaboration and result in a misinterpretation of a requirement, whereas acceptance criteria with little detail create a scenario where a requirement is missed.
Controls are a critical aspect of any microbiological evaluation, and, therefore, the survey questioned participants on the acceptance criteria of any control data generated during PET studies.
This establishes the control chart acceptance criteria, in terms of the mean assay control sample potency, plus or minus a suitable multiple of the standard deviation that defines the upper and lower limits of acceptability.
2] With broadening acceptance criteria for living donation, our program now considers donors with increased comorbidity who would previously not have been offered an initial health screen.
Acceptance criteria for each test and for each question have been set; they either demonstrate compatibility with the disposable system or determine whether further testing would be required before flushability could be clearly established.
Its overall quality also helped us to meet important acceptance criteria, such as EU emissions, immunity and safety standards.
One of Mr Richards' questions asked: "Have detailed waste acceptance criteria for high burn-up spent fuel and their containers now been set?
Material in the formal presentations, as well as answers to post-presentation questions from the audience, made one point crystal clear: Under the new revision of ISO 14971, manufacturers are responsible for setting risk acceptance criteria when assessing the risk/benefit relationship for their specific devices.
Using an engineering critical assessment (ECA) alternate acceptance criteria for pipeline girth weld inspection can significantly reduce the cost of constructing a cross-country transmission pipeline by minimizing unnecessary repairs.
Sprint Nextel (Sprint), a provider of wireless and wireline communications services, and Samsung Electronics Corporation Ltd (Samsung), a global provider of semiconductor, telecomms, digital media and digital convergence technologies, have announced that a new broadband wireless network offering WiMAX speed and mobility has met Sprint's commercial acceptance criteria, which includes overall performance, handoff performance and handoff delay.