Definitions for "Identification"
A means for recognition. Evidence that an item is the same as something claim ed, described or specified. [D02827] RMW
control process using a unique identifier to determine whether the specific user is known to the system.
The one-to-many (1:N) process of comparing a biometric sample against all biometric templates in a system to determine if there is a match with any of the samples on file. Answers the questions: “Who is this? Is this person already known to the system under a different identity
The process of comparing and matching an unknown entity with a known entity; the known may be a specimen, an illustration, a photo, or electronic image.
The process by which an unidentified specimen is determined to be a member of a particular taxon. See also classification, nomenclature, systematics, and taxonomy.
To identify an organism is to determine which taxon it belongs to. An “accurate” identification is not only correct, but will identify an organism with a particular species. However, it is not at all unusual, in practice, that an identification can only be made to genus or even higher level. There are many possible reasons. Perhaps the organism being identified is incomplete; some part (e.g. a flower) which is necessary for a completely accurate identification is not present. This problem is particularly acute when it comes to identifying fossils, which are more commonly fragmentary than not. In some cases, the species may not have been previously recognized, or even if recognized, not described. In such cases, a relationship to a similar species which has been described might be indicated with an aff. indicating “affinity to,” or the less confident cf. meaning “compare with.
a mainly unconscious process by which a person formulates a mental image of another person and then thinks, feels, and acts in a way that resembles this image.
A defense mechanism, operating unconsciously, by which one patterns oneself after some other person. Identification plays a major role in the development of one's personality and specifically of the superego. To be differentiated from imitation or role modeling, which is a conscious process.
modelling oneself on a successful person.
Keywords:  ego, ourselves, mercy, thought, imagine
This word term sometimes designates state of the ego without the divine presence. It also represents the close relationship between who we imagine ourselves to be and the content of our thoughts, feelings and actions. Often we are nothing other than these. We are so closely absorbed by them that they define us entirely. In this case, such a form of identification so restricts and narrows us that we cannot reach our full, created potential.
The mental step which places an experience within the internal world of Mercy thought. If an experience, in some particular context, has stronger emotions than related memories which already reside within the Mercy internal world, then identification is involuntary.
The mechanism by which the ego matches the id's mental image of a desired object with the actual perception of that object in reality, and the process by which the developing personality conforms its standards and behaviors to those of significant models.
In Freudian theory, the process by which a young child adopts characteristics, beliefs, attitudes, values, and behaviors of the parent of the same sex. (231)
Changing one?s beliefs, attitudes, or behaviors in order to be like an admired reference group. See also compliance, internalization, reference group.
In USP, a relatively quick presumptive test to verify that a material is what the label says it is. These are not final proof of identity, and related substances may have the same tests. If followed by a number, a chromatographic column packing. E. g.: L1 is octadecyl silane chemically bonded to porous silica or ceramic particles 3 to 10 µm in diameter. Defined in USP/NF.
In psychoanalytic theory, a mechanism whereby a child (typically) models himself or herself on the same-sex parent in an effort to become like him or her.
The process when a customer identifies him or herself with the company that provides products or services.
The process of differentiating a signal caused by one type of defect from signals caused by other types of defects or pipeline features. Identification is particularly important for mechanical damage defects because their signals are so small that they can be mistaken as due to benign conditions. Mechanical-damage signals are also small compared to signals from metal loss and features such as valves.
The only acceptable types of identification for the purchase of spirituous liquor are: An unexpired driver's license, from any state or Canada, provided it includes a picture of the licensee. An Arizona identification license. An armed forces identification card. A valid passport or border crossing identification card issued by a government, or voter card issued by the government of Mexico which contains a photograph of the person and date of birth. ARS 4-241(A)
identificación (la)—other identification-otra identificación, driving license-el carnet
Within 45 days after the relinquished property is exchanged, a property must be designated as a possible replacement property in writing to the facilitator, real estate agent, or escrow officer. One of the identified properties must be acquired within 180 days of the initial exchange.
The process of confirming the identity of a person. Identification is facilitated in public key cryptography by means of certificates.
Within 45 days after the Relinquished Property is exchanged. The Replacement Property must be identified in writing, typically to the facilitator.
Identification is the process whereby data is associated with a particular identity. It is performed by acquiring an identifier. [Source: Roger Clarke.] Within a designated context, identifiers enable relying parties to distinguish between the entities they interact with. This is known as identification. [Source: Stefan Brands.] Identification is the act of claiming an identity, where an identity is a set of one or more signs signifying a distinct entity. [Source: Stephen Downes.] [See also: Authentication.
Associating an identity with a subject (e.g. a network ID with a request). The entity only needs to be identified later (e.g. to send a network packet to it). This means that 'who' or 'what' comprises the identity is not important (merely that the packet was delivered correctly). Often, identification is taken to mean "Identification+ Authentication" (and vice versa: "Authentication=Identification+Authentication"), but strictly these are two separate concepts. See our primer document for more background on identification and authentication.
Identification is the method used to distinguish one user from all others. Identification techniques provide a means of providing authorised entry to the University's resources such as workstations, networks and applications. Identification is closely linked to authentication.
Process of unambiguously determining the chemical identity of a pesticide or metabolite in experimental or analytical situations.
the act of unambiguously specifying that to which a designated operation applies.
The first stage in critical thinking where one recognizes the presence of an argument and then locates the explicit steps, including the conclusion and the reasons.
A definite conclusion that two or more handwritten items were written by the same person.
Keywords:  insecure, lengthy, rfid, rescue, highly
a highly insecure way of defining who was in the crime scene at any given point
a lengthy and highly expensive process, but if these RFID tags had been in the victims, then time and money could have instead been spent toward the attempt to rescue more victims
The physical marking of property and/or in some cases its container. To provide the means by which ownership can be ascertained.
A process thought which one ascertains the identity of another person or entity.
"Identify yourself. Describe who you are if the recipient doesn't already know you" (Lawrence J. Magid, "Internet Etiquette).
Verification of the identity of the deceased, either by use of photographs or by having a family member briefly see the body. Viewing the deceased for identification purposes may require embalming, depending on when it occurs.
Verification of a valid user. 12.8- 13 I-drive, 7.16
Identification is a term used in literary and film studies to describe a psychological relationship between the reader of a novel and a character in the book, or between a spectator in the audience and a character on screen. In both cases, readers and spectators see themselves in the fictional character.
a theory that has received general acceptance in the scientific community, or that reliable techniques or experiments exist to identify individual canines for forensic purposes
Keywords:  mystique, participation, see
See participation mystique.
Keywords:  clevo, luck, religion, chain, recipient
A recipient's determination (not necessarily correct) that a received letter is a luck chain letter; or that it is a particular type of luck chain letter, such as one associated with a certain nationality or religion. CLEVO
process through which information about historic properties is gathered.
An aspect of the discovery process that identifies the management protocol and type of system.
The selecting and labeling process. Requirements to be identified as gifted may vary between schools and districts. (see Identification)
the condition of having your identity established; "the thief's identification was followed quickly by his arrest"
An internet header field carrying the identifying value assigned by the sender to aid in assembling the fragments of a datagram.
an attempt to adapt paternity testing methods to criminal investigations
In most instances, the following information will help identify a motor: 1. Frame designation (actual frame size in which the motor is built). 2. Horsepower, speed, design and enclosure. 3. Voltage, frequency and number of phases of power supply. 4. Class of insulation and time rating. 5. Application
see station identification (ID) and network identification.
A commercial of exposures to a certain media without regard to duplication.
A short, usually ten-seconds or less, commercial that identifies the station.
A card that identifies employees as members of the Brown community, entitling them to use certain facilities (e.g., Brown University libraries) and (during specified times) the Athletics Center.
The tendency to base one's identity and actions on individuals who are successful in gaining satisfaction from life.
The act of identifying, or proving to be the same; also, the state of being identified.
An Act or instance of identifying.
the act of designating or identifying something
The determination that a child should be evaluated as a possible candidate for special education services.
This is the concept of knowing exactly who you are dealing with in the electronic world.
The number on the bottom front of the envelope which corresponds with # on the film strip edge.
assuming that any two individuals or things, or a particular individual or thing at different times, are the 'same', i.e., identical in all respects; confusing levels of abstraction.
Keywords:  alignment, viewing, world, exists, way
A state of alignment that exists with another when we share a similar way of viewing the world.
The user claims an identity, usually by supplying a user ID or user name to the security system.
Identification ensures only authorized users or devices are permitted to gain access to the system by requiring the user or connecting device, to identify itself to the system before the connection is completed.
Keywords:  requirement
a requirement