Verification

The process of determining whether or not the products of a given phase of the system/software life cycle fulfils the requirements established during the preceding phase.

Verification

The process of checking that the model code in fact represents the model equations formulated.

Verification

(Ger. Bewährung) In Husserl: Fulfilment; especially, fulfilment of the sense of a doxic thesis. -- D.C.
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verification

(ITIL Service Transition) An activity that ensures that a new or changed IT service, process, plan or other deliverable is complete, accurate, reliable and matches its design specification. See also acceptance; validation; service validation and testing.
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Verification

(n) Verification is the process by which the author of the document or statement attests its correctness and authenticity by virtue of affixing his signature. It is done at the end of the statement or document duly dated. Verification may sometime required to be witnessed.
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verification

noun (law) an affidavit attached to a statement confirming the truth of that statement
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Verification

[spaceflight] Verification in the field of space systems engineering covers two verification processes: Qualification and Acceptance == Overview == In the field of spaceflight verification standards are developed NASA and the ECSS, and to specify requirements for the verification of a space system product, such as: Verification is one main ...
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Verification

Ver`i·fi·ca'tion noun [ Confer French vérification .] 1. The act of verifying, or the state of being verified; confirmation; authentication. 2. (Law) (a) Confirmation by evidence. (b) A formal phrase used in concluding a plea. Verification of an eq...
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Verification

A formal declaration under oath or upon penalty of perjury that a document or pleading is true.
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Verification

A process whereby a user's Twitter account is stamped to show that a legitimate source is authoring the account's Tweets. Sometimes used for accounts who experience identity confusion on Twitter.
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Verification

A program that determines an email came from the sender listed in the return path or Internet header
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verification

A term used to refer to the hashing of both source media and acquired image to verify the accuracy of the copy
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verification

Confirmation by examination and through provision of objective evidence that specified requirements have been fulfilled. [ISO 9000]...
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verification

confirmation of the correctness, truth or authenticity of pleading, account or other paper by an affidavit or oath
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Verification

Confirmation under oath of the truthfulness of a statement.
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verification

In computing, the process of checking that data being input to a computer have been accurately copied from a source document. This may be done visually, by checking the original copy of the data against the copy shown on the display screen. A more thorough method is to enter the data twice, using two different keyboard operators, and then to check ...
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verification

n. the declaration under oath or upon penalty of perjury that a statement or pleading is true, located at the end of a document. A typical verification reads: "I declare under penalty of perjury under the laws of the State of California, that I have read the above complaint and I know it is true of my own knowledge, except as to those things stated...
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Verification

Process of determining the validity of an order by sending a questionnaire to the customer.
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verification

process of ensuring that an equipment fulfils the specified conditions
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verification

the principle used by Ayer and other logical* positivists in the hope of constructing a philosophy that would be genuinely scientific. It states that a proposition should be admitted as true only if it can be shown to be true by reference to some empirical* state or situation.
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Verification

The process of determining whether of not the products of a given phase of the software development cycle meet the implementation steps and can be traced to the incoming objectives established during the previous phase
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verification

The process of using mechanisms such as satellites, seismic monitoring, or on-site inspections to collect data that demonstrates a State Partys compliance with an agreement or treaty; verification of the Chemical Weapons Convention is undertaken by means
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verification

verification 1. The establishment of the truth or correctness of something by investigation or evidence. 2. The evidence that proves something true or correct. 3. In law, an affidavit swearing to the accuracy of a pleading.
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Verification

Verification is a process required by federal regulations, used to validate the accuracy of informat
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Verification

Whenever new matter is introduced on either side, the plea must conclude with a verification or averment, in order that the other party may have an opportunity of answering it.The usual verification of a plea containing matter of fact, is in these words, "And this he is ready to verify," etc.In one instance however, new matter need not conclude wit...
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