n. a number used to calculate the size of the build-up pin when; (a) the sizes of bottom and master pins are known, or (b) the bitting depths of all operating keys are known
Place on cards by the manufacturer to help identify each individual card. Control numbers are separate and perform different functions from access or PIN numbers
see Counting Number.
a false matrix number assigned by a record company to disguise the source of the original recording, often a master recorded by another company
A unique number assigned to a transaction made through an automated trading system ( Fund/SERV).
A unique number assigned to a specific element of a work.
Any distinctive symbols, such as a distinctive combination of letters or numbers, or both, from which the history of the manufacturing, packaging, labeling, and distribution of a unit, lot, or batch of finished devices can be determined. [From §820.3(d)
A false matrix number used by a record company for a recording made by another company. If the use of such a recording is unauthorized, the control number served to disguise its source.
a number drawn beside each control circle on a map. On a cross-country course, they indicate the order in which the controls must be visited. The top of the number should point to North.
See Lot Number
A unique sequential number supplied by the system to each new bibliographic record when it is entered into the online catalog.
A number that uniquely identifies an EDI document for a certain sender and receiver.
Number assigned by ODMRDD to each waiver recipient for internal tracking purposes.
One of the required elements of a UL certification mark. The control number is assigned by UL. Dependent upon the type of product and type of Follow-Up Service, the control number may be changed on a regular schedule. It may be numeric or alphanumeric.