acceptance testing

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ac·cept·ance test·ing

(ak-septăns testing)
Procedure of testing equipment or processes to ensure that they function within acceptable limits.
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This article focuses on the concept and approach to use when coordinating and executing user acceptance testing for Change Request Management (ChaRM).
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Do you have a carefully formulated set of acceptance testing procedures for introducing new software into your company?
* PATS--Participants acceptance testing. Testing that software developers and EROs who will transmit directly to the IRS must do to ensure the IRS can receive what they are sending.
Aireon and the IAA are working towards additional milestones over the next 18 months, including Site Acceptance Testing, which will verify the system functionality, and Implementation Service Acceptance Testing to verify the accuracy of the data.
Since the March 12, 2008, CVC hearing, the project's construction and fire alarm acceptance testing have moved forward, and despite continued delays in certain CVC and expansion space work, AOC still believes that the project will be ready to open in November 2008.
The agreement is understood to covers testing services during the whole software development lifecycle, from testing the functional requirements are fit for purpose through to non-functional, operational and user acceptance testing.
Technology services include site preparation, hardware and software installation, applications programming, integration and program acceptance testing, and analysis of test results.
Sensis Corporation and its teammate, Raytheon Company, were awarded the ASDE-X first article contract in October 2000 and are currently performing first article acceptance testing to validate system performance.