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TEST. Something by which to ascertain the truth respecting another thing. 7 Penn. St. Rep. 428; 6 Whart. 284. Vide Religious Test.

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JTAC With high-density requirements on PCBs continuing to rise, having real estate to add test points for 100% testability on a PCBA is a rarity.
Project manager or business owner###Maintainability###{Non Applicable}###Changeability, Testability
The children did not generally differ by age, sex or ethnicity, however, children with ASD had more trouble completing the IOP assessment, with testability dropping to 71% for the ASD group and 89% for non-ASD children.
Insights from the framework suggest that traceability, transparency, testability, timeliness, trustworthiness, and training are best practices for minimizing food supply chain risks.
The cornerstones of science are the concepts of falsifiability, testability, and repeatability by agreed-upon empirical standards.
For example, while it is easy to provide design for manufacturability or testability (DFM/DFT) with one or two engineers, truly supporting product development often requires engineers specialized in software, hardware and various subsets of these elements.
Presently, Atrentaa[euro](tm)s register transfer level (RTL) platform, called SpyGlass, offers RTL design efficiency enhancements in the linting, clock synchronisation, power optimisation, testability among other areas.
Such interdependence poses problems in the testability of this model.
Chapter nine focuses on the testability of his argument.
This section of the European handbook encompasses standards related to the more traditional areas of reliability, availability and maintainability including testability (RAM), both in terms of engineering design assessment and verification techniques.
This is the justification by this article's authors for proposing the use of Non-Parametric Statistics tests as an alternative resource that adds testability to the Didactic Engineering method.