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pinpoint

verb be specific, enumerate, fix in, focus, locate, place, quantify, site, situate, specify
Associated concepts: pinpoint rule
See also: designate, discover, locate
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Sensors with a range of a few feet could be combined with surveillance cameras to pinpoint passengers who might be worth extra scrutiny.
Integrates performance data from each tier of the infrastructure to pinpoint the source of performance problems.
PET (Positron Emission Tomography) and CT (Computed Tomography) scans are both standard imaging tools that physicians use to pinpoint disease states in the body.
The AppSight Black Box log can be replayed and analyzed to quickly pinpoint the root cause of all kinds of application problems, whether related to performance, configuration issues, user mistakes, or code errors.
IT professionals can view and log every Active Directory LDAP transaction, applying filters and highlighting to quickly pinpoint trouble areas.
Our goal in this project has been to put together a diverse and synergetic team of investigators to add new functionality to the Optical Mapping platform that will be able to pinpoint the molecular underpinnings of cancer from any type of solid tumor or other forms of cancer--we intend to demonstrate this capability by conducting the first high-resolution scan of this tumor.
ICMS has enabled us to pinpoint how many cases we have in our work-benches," said Oddo.
This award-winning product uses a walk-through portal that can detect and accurately pinpoint the location, size and number of concealed weapons, such as knives, box cutters and guns, while allowing personal items like pocket change, keys, pens to pass without alarming the system, greatly improving security checkpoint screening efficiency.
Events from multiple sources can be correlated to pinpoint the root cause of problems that previously could not have been detected through operator analysis.
While many solutions can detect problems with boxes or network hardware, Halo is unique in its ability to pinpoint the root cause of software application failures down to a specific line of source code.
offers the first infrastructure software solutions that pinpoint the root cause of failures in business software applications.
Mutek's Black Box Flight Recorder solutions provide unique insight into the dynamic execution of business critical applications to pinpoint the root cause of application malfunctions.