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verification

The process of reviewing, inspecting, testing, checking, auditing or otherwise establishing and documenting whether items, processes, services or documents conform to specified requirements.

verification

Managed care The process of evaluating a system, component or other product at the end of its development cycle to determine whether it meets projected performance goals. See Beta testing Sports medicine The determination of validity of a structure or function. See Gender verification.
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Thus, the verification time of the ith verifier checking x blocks is computed by
(Nasdaq:SNPS) is a world leader in electronic design automation (EDA), supplying the global electronics market with the software, intellectual property (IP) and services used in semiconductor design, verification and manufacturing.
To give lenders an extra measure of protection against errors, Kroll Factual Data's verifications are backed by representations and warrantees of accuracy.
"As the industry standardizes on SystemVerilog, the VMM methodology will continue to deliver higher productivity to tackle the growing verification challenge," said Manoj Gandhi, senior vice president and general manager of the Verification Group at Synopsys.
This level can be developed while the process of integration is on progress, so the verification and the design can grow up in parallel.
The hard part is not letting the verifications slip by in the rush of daily work.
Each JSSG has six sections: scope, applicable documents, performance requirements, verification criteria, packaging, and notes.
VoiceLog LLC, a provider of third-party verification, recently announced that its Free Speech TPV offering has outperformed live agent verification in real-world conditions--with higher verification rates and lower costs.
HID Corporation of Irvine, California, has announced a new modular approach to its iCLASS family of smart-card products designed for fingerprint verification applications.
The Palladium accelerator/emulator, a key technology of the Incisive functional verification platform, provides the speed and efficiency that is critical for verification of advanced integrated circuits (ICs) that require high-performance processing and memory.
The requirement for calibration verification (see "Tips from the clinical experts," December 2003, page 30) has been a confusing concept since the publication of the final rules for CLIA '67 in 1990 by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, (then HCFA).
The Cadence Incisive verification platform, is the first single-kernel verification platform for nanometer-scale designs that supports a unified verification methodology for the embedded software, control, data path, and analog/mixed-signal/RF design domains.

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