Definition of validating


For example, the software will evaluate a plan to add a switch or alter LUN masking, apply simulation to determine the impact of that change, identify steps required in the proper sequence to avoid problems, and severity measurements systems only by expert judgment (of measurement methods or in comparison to expected outcomes), people have turned to correlating severity scores with probability of death after treatment.IPTV service quality for thousands of individual subscribers under real-world triple play network conditions -- allowed Juniper to validate the performance of its IPTV and Multiplay solutions in a highly scaled and dynamic network environment.

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You may need someone to validate your feelings, which means that you want to hear, “No, you’re not crazy.It assumes that the customer’s requirements can be captured completely at the start of a project, and that those requirements will not change while the software is being developed.In practice, the requirements change throughout a project, partly in reaction to the project itself: the development of new software makes new things possible.I’ll draw a better picture when I’ve finished analyzing the data from my field studies of practices used at climate labs.

Many different V&V tools are already in use at most climate modelling labs, but there is room for adding more tools to the toolbox, and for sharpening the existing tools ( are the subjects of my current research).

But no matter – the toolbox approach still works; it just means some of the tools are applied a little differently.