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a private organization that coordinates the setting and approval of some U.S. standards. It also represents the United States to the International Standards Organization.
Acronym for the merican ational tandards nstitute. Founded in 1918, ANSI is a voluntary organization composed of over 1,300 members (including all the large computer companies) that creates standards for the computer industry. For example, ANSI is a version of the C language that has been approved by the ANSI committee. To a large degree, all ANSI C compilers, regardless of which company produces them, should behave similarly. In addition to programming languages, ANSI sets standards for a wide range of technical areas, from electrical specifications to communications protocols. For example, FDDI, the main set of protocols for sending data over fiber optic cables, is an ANSI standard.
American National Standards Institiute. A national organization that determines standards for testing equipment. A section number and date (year) following the initials "ANSI", designate the standeard refferd to.
responsible for the standard remark codes that are used on all Medicare Explanations of Benefits.
initials for American National Standard Institute; standards institution.
A voluntary standards organization of the USA and is a member of the International Standards Organization (ISO). It is a clearing house for standards, generally adopting standards proposed by smaller companies and organizations within the USA.
ANSI is the primary organization for fostering the development of technology standards (defining coding standards and signaling schemes) in the United States.
The nonprofit federation of standards-writing organizations that approves US standards for communications and computers known as ANSI Standards. ANSI has a standard version of most computer programming languages such as BASIC.
An organization that creates standards for the computer industry. Responsible for the ANSI C standard.
Abbreviation for merican ational tandards nstitute. The US standards-setting body. It is a non-governmental agency that develops and publishes standards for "voluntary" use.
A non-profit, privately funded membership organization that coordinates the development of U.S. voluntary national standards. ANSI is the U.S. representative to no-treaty international standards-setting entities including the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) and the International Electrotechnical Commission.
Organization which coordinates, develops, and publishes standards used in the United States.
The body that devises and proposes recommendations for international communications standards. See also CCITT (Comite Consultatif International Telegraphique et Telephonique)
A U.S. standards body. ANSI is a member of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).
an organisation that sets standards for languages, database management, etc.
(1) ANSI is an organization that sets standards. (2) 'ANSI graphics' (ref. the term ANSI-BBS) is a set of cursor control codes that originated on the VT100 terminal. Many online services use them to enhance their transmission of characters to communication programs. The escape character, followed by other characters, are used to move the cursor on the screen, change color, and more.
An organization for establishing voluntary industry standards.
A group that defines US standards for the information processing industry. Ansi participates in defining network protocol standards and represents the US on other international standards-setting bodies like ISO.
The Organization that develops voluntary guidelins and product performance standards for the electrical and other industries.
Establishes and enforces industrial standards in the United States. See CEN.
This organization is comprised of more than 900 companies, many of them specialists in fireplace installation and maintenance
The American standardization body known for interface recommendations and standardization of programming languages. ANSI is a non-profit making, government-independent organization.
The organization which coordinates the development and maintenance of industry based standards for multiple products and programs.
(American National Standard Institute). Voluntary U.S. industry association organized to develop standards.
merican ational tandards nstitute; a voluntary organization of manufacturing industries that publishes standards for a variety of products.
American National Standards Institute.
The United States government agency that defines and maintains technical standards. Approval Agencies Agencies such as Underwriters Lab (UL), CSA, VDE, that test and approve products for a particular use to a published standard.
Lumens - A standard for measuring the brightness of a projection TV. ANSI is the organization that set the standards for measurement. The IEC is now the organization setting the standard, but manufacturers are reluctant to switch, fearing consumer confusion. Antenna - A device for transmitting or receiving signals. The size and shape of antennas are determined primarily by the frequency of the signal they are designed to receive. A high gain antenna is highly focused, whereas a low gain antenna receives or transmits over a wide angle. Artifact - Any imperfection in a video image resulting from digital processing such as interlacing, up or down-conversion of the signal or conversion from a native to non-native format and vice-versa.
The organization that develops voluntary guidelines and produce performance standards for the electrical and other industries.
A developer of EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) standards.
Defines the US standards for the information processing industry and represents the US on other international standards-setting bodies such as the ISO. ANSI was responsible for developing ASCII (The American Standard Code for Information Interchange) that encodes characters in seven bit units.
The American body responsible for setting telecommunications standards in the U.S.
A clearinghouse for nationally coordinated voluntary safety, engineering and industrial standards developed by industrial firms, trade associations, technical societies, consumer organizations and government agencies.
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American National Standards Institution. This organization represents the United States in the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). It works to develop coding and signaling standards.
( merican ational tandards nstitute). An organization that is concerned with U.S. standards in several areas such as computers and communications.
The acronym for merican ational tandards nstitute. Co-ordinates the process through which formal standards are written.
A Standards-setting organization, which develops and publishes standards for "voluntary" use in the United States.
A private organization involved with setting US standards, often referred to as ANSI standards.
Abbreviation for merican ational tandards nstitute. ANSI is an American organisation (and a member of the ISO, or International Organization for Standardization), which produces uniform regulations and standards and monitors compliance with them. ANSI standards are recognised worldwide. The standards for calculating display screen brightness in lumen are particularly interesting for projection technology.
American National Standard Institute is a non-governmental organization responsible for the development of standards such as manufacturing.
American National Standard Institue. An organization which develops tests and quality standards for windows.
An American technical standards body and the representative of the United States to the International Standards Organization (ISO).
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American National Standard Institute. The United States group that approves US standards, including standards for computers and communications. ANSI is a member of the International Standardization Organization, ISO.
A standards-forming body affiliated with the ISO that develops U.S. standards for transmission codes, protocols, media, and high-level languages, among other things.
American ational tandards nstitute. Publishes standards for various aspects of the computer industry.
An organization of American industry groups that work with other nations to develop standards in facilitating telecommunications, character encoding and international trade.
It stands for merican ational tandards nstitute. This is the place that sets standards for data communications, like the Internet.
A non-profit organization dedicated to creating trade and communications standards.
A private, non-profit organization that administers and coordinates a voluntary standardization and conformity assessment system across the US. The Institute seeks to enhance both the global competitiveness of U.S. business and the U.S. quality of life by promoting voluntary consensus standards.
A non-profit, privately funded organization that coordinates the development of voluntary national standards. The Institute, supported by over 1,000 companies, 250 technical, trade, labor and consumer organizations, and some 30 government agencies encourages accredited organizations to develop standards and approves those developed under a consensus process as American National Standards.
This institute works to create agreement between all relevant parties during the introduction of new standards.
American National Standards Institutes. A privately funded, voluntary membership organization that identifies industrial and public need for national consensus standards and coordinates their development. Many ANSI standards relate to safe design/performance of equipment and safe practices or procedures.
a private organization that coordinates setting and approving US standards. It also represents the United States in the International Standards Organization.
(2004-03-30) Chris Limb The merican ational tandards nstitute is the national clearing house and coordinating organisation for voluntary standards in the USA. ANSI does not directly develop standards but accredits other groups to do so. ASCII is one of the ANSI standards.
merican ational tandards nstitute is an association of industry representatives which develops technical standards which include safety standards. These standards comprise a consensus from a variety of industries on good practice and design. ANSI standards relevant to application of safety products include the ANSI B11 Series and ANSI / RIA R15.06 (industrial robots and robot systems).
Short for The American National Standard Institute.
The principal standards development body supported by over 1000 trade organizations, professional societies and companies. U.S.A.'s member body to ISO (International Standards Organization.
ANSI is a private, non-profit organization that oversees the U.S. voluntary standardization and conformity assessment system. The Institute's mission is to enhance both the global competitiveness of U.S. business and the U.S. quality of life by promoting and facilitating voluntary consensus standards and conformity assessment systems, and safeguarding their integrity.
The U.S. standards group responsible for issuing U.S. standards and maintaining consistency with similar international standards.
(American National Standarda institute) An organization that develops and publishes standards for codes, alphabets, and signaling schemes. ... more
compatible with one or more ANSI standards