Definitions for "Falsification"
Keywords:  popper, karl, hypothesis, sir, prove
Falsification is a procedure used in science to test the validity of a hypothesis or theory. It involves stating some output from theory in specific and finding contrary cases among experiments or observations.
Popper's notion that you can only prove something to be true by failing to falsify it. Positivism
The effort to prove a hypothesis or theory incorrect in order to exclude it as an explanation.
The act of falsifying, or making false; a counterfeiting; the giving to a thing an appearance of something which it is not.
Willful misstatement or misrepresentation.
any evidence that helps to establish the falsity of something
making up evidence or changing the author's intent. ( Chit CLoUd)
changing or not reporting appropriate data or results (i.e. the purposeful omission of conflicting data or information with the intent to falsify results; deceptive selective reporting).
In research ethics the term "falsification" means changing or misrepresenting data or experiments, or misrepresenting other significant matters, such as the credentials of an investigator in a research proposal. Unlike fabrication distinguishing falsification of data from legitimate data selection takes judgment and an understanding of statistical methods.
Falsification of travel documents is being tackled at EU level through the creation of the FADO database and specialist training in detection. (See Travel and residence documents)
Keywords:  perversion, facts, willful
a willful perversion of facts
Keywords:  lie
a lie.
test method that attempts to find errors in an implementation to determine if it correctly implements the requirements in a given specification. Falsifications testing can only demonstrate non-conformance. If errors are found, the implementation does not conform, the absence of errors does not necessarily imply the converse.
Keywords:  wrong, showing, item, charge, account
The showing an item of charge in an account to be wrong.