Evidence that demonstrates that a business model or idea is feasible.
Experimental evidence that a particular idea, system or technique is workable, usually demonstrated on a small scale and/or in a model system.
Development of a prototype of a system to ensure that the design will meet the business benefits sought.
a demonstration of the successful exploitation of the vulnerability without providing a semi or fully automated attack program (i
a small-scale test or prototype demonstration that takes some new idea and subjects it to some stress-testing by reality -- not a full dose but enough to show that the idea might be worth pursuing
Creating a product limited in functionality to be sure that the technology will perform as required. When new technology is involved, or a novel interaction is proposed, this may be used as a risk mitigation tactic.
The development of a legitimate application which proves the workability of a proposed hardware or software solution.
A prototype that's built to show that the technique, system design, or marketability of a proposed application or system is likely to be as good as expected.
A demonstration of feasibility.
Proof of concept is a short and/or incomplete realization (or synopsis) of a certain method or idea(s) to demonstrate its feasibility, or a demonstration in principle, whose purpose is to verify that some concept or theory is probably capable of exploitation in a useful manner.