specification

[Noun] Plural form: specifications. Detailed description for something that is to be made.
Example: The specifications for the new building took a long time to produce.
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Specification

A document intended primarily for use in procurement, which describes the essential technical requirements for items, materiels or services including the procedures for determining whether or not the requirements have been met.
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specification

A description, in any suitable form, of requirements.
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Specification

Technical description of the structure and schema associated with a specific dataset or product.
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specification

[n] - naming explicitly 2. [n] - a detailed description of design criteria for a piece of work 3. [n] - (patent law) a document drawn up by the applicant for a patent of invention that provides an explicit and detailed description of the nature and usse of an invention
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Specification

A written document detailing all the materials and products that will be used.
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Specification

A comprehensive written description of a structure, which details all aspects including, materials, equipment, plant structure, quantities, finishes and workmanship.
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Specification

Detailed written instructions which, when clear and concise, explain each phase of work to be done.
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Specification

a description of work to be undertaken, including methods of completion and materials to be used.
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Specification

Spec`i·fi·ca'tion noun [ Confer French spécification , Late Latin specificatio .] 1. The act of specifying or determining by a mark or limit; notation of limits. « This specification or limitation of the question hinders the disputers from wandering away from the p
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specification

spec noun a detailed description of design criteria for a piece of work
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Specification

• (n.) A written statement containing a minute description or enumeration of particulars, as of charges against a public officer, the terms of a contract, the description of an invention, as in a patent; also, a single article, item, or particular, an allegation of a specific act, as in a charge of official misconduct. • (n.) The act of s
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Specification

[standards] ==Summary== Some ruins from the imperial palace in Milan. Is just a part from an enormous complex composed by many different buildings for the emperor himself, his family, the court and the imperial bureaucracy. From this palace Costantinus and Licinius permitted the Christian religion (313). Pic from Lorenzo Fratti 2007 ...
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Specification

[regression] In regression analysis specification is the process of developing a regression model. This process consists of selecting an appropriate functional form for the model and choosing which variables to include. As a first step of regression analysis, a person specifies the model. If an estimated model is misspecified, it will be bi
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Specification

[legal concept] Specification is a legal concept adopted from Roman law. It is a derivative mode of acquisition, since it involves deriving rights over objects that are subject to pre-existing rights of ownership. This may be compared with the original modes of acquisition, and other derivative modes of acquisition, such as accession. Speci
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SPECIFICATION

Detailed written instructions which, when clear and concise, explain each phase of work to be done.
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Specification

The detailed description of requirements, materials, dimensions, etc. of a proposed building or project.
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specification

A document that specifies, ideally in a complete, precise and verifiable manner, the requirements, design, behavior, or other characteristics of a component or system, and, often, the procedures for determining whether these provisions have been satisfied. [After IEEE 610]...
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Specification

The Product Sections affiliated with the Material Handling Industry of America have and continue to develop specifications and standards for performance, testing, safety and design of various types of material handling equipment. To preview these MHIA developed standards, please utilize the MHIA Web site at www.mhia.org/bs.
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Specification

The description, which is part of project documents or attached to a contract, of the materials and workmanship required in a structure, and which may have related drawings.
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Specification

The narrative portion of a patent application that describes the purpose, structure, and operation of the invention, as well as any relevant prior technology (prior art). The specification must provide enough information about the invention so that a person proficient in the field of invention can build and operate it.
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