Definitions for "specification"
A written statement containing a minute description or enumeration of particulars, as of charges against a public officer, the terms of a contract, the description of an invention, as in a patent; also, a single article, item, or particular, an allegation of a specific act, as in a charge of official misconduct.
A detailed listing or description of the required properties of some object proposed to be built or bought; -- usually used in the plural; as, the building specifications require that it withstand an earthquake of magnitude 8; the program specifications require an option to change the menus.
A detailed description of the components, requirements, resolution, dimensions, materials, etc., of a product. Knowledge Base keyword specsht.
a work product of the World Wide Web Consortium's Multimodal Interaction Working Group
a set of clearly indicated criteria that the final solution must meet
The quality standard (i.e., tests, analytical procedures, and acceptance criteria) provided in the approved application to confirm the quality of drug substances, drug products, intermediates, raw material reagents, components, in-process materials, container closure systems, and other materials used in the production of drug substances or drug products.
an accepted set of such rules, ranging from the simple ("All distances are in meters, all angles in radians") to the complex ("Here's how we will describe a cone
a pair consisting of a relation (or a predicate with primed and unprimed variables) and a termination set (or a predicate with unprimed variables only) The relation indicates the set of initial final state
a predicate describing all observations permitted of the system specified
Keywords:  sarnoff, iona, vga, they've, orb
a natural fit with IONA's ongoing participation in standards-based and open source distributed computing initiatives
an open standard, developing a VGA driver does not constitute a trade secret of Sarnoff
a standard but without the approval of the American National Standards Institute
a crucial artifact to support testing
a natural 'artifact' to be created, and desired by many audiences, when something is being created first time
a Common Core Definitions (CCD)-compliant application
Delimitation of clade membership by a phylogenetic definition
Keywords:  spendthrift, trust
Spendthrift Trust
level: Comprehensive (3) [ order by level] According to ID proponent William Dembski, a measure of how well a certain structure matches a given function. Specification has to be added to complexity to generate biological structures that are adapted to live in a certain environment. While scientists would agree with this general picture, they do not see any reason why the coupling of specification and complexity requires an intelligent designer and cannot be achieved by natural means, such as through the biological process of natural selection.
A specification for a filter usually starts out by defining the amplitude/frequency characteristic of the transfer function. It may also include in addition some requirements of (or constraints upon) one or other of the group delay, phase response, pulse response, and so on. These requirements are conveniently described in terms of a specification mask ~~~~~ go back with your browser back button. If lost, go home
a constraint on featurisations
a difficult document to write, and it is more than just a paragraph or two about the component
a document prepared by an authority (Standards Institution, for example) setting out in some depth, the format, presentation, heading-weights scheme, style and shape of a technical handbook
Specification refers to the entire Lucid Spec project. It is called a Specification because the final output can be a document that describes or defines the user interface.
A statement of particulars defining physical dimensions, strength and other properties, or a statement defining performance expectations of materials or devices.
In the networking world, a formal language used by different devices to communicate. Agreed-upon specifications become standards. Specification is generally interchangeable with the term " protocol."
A formal statement of specific acts and circumstances relied upon as constituting the offense charged.
The word 'specification' is used for any EBU publication the EBU recommends to its Members. This includes both Metadata Schemes and Reference Data. source: EBU MARS Administrative Practices
a protocol, which mutually connects Matsushita's digital home appliances with an Ethernet port, without concerning IP (Internet protocol) routers
The legal document with the class title, definition, typical tasks and minimum qualifications including knowledge, skills and abilities and personal characteristics of a classification.
The characteristics of typeset copy, such as typeface, point size, and leading, or the characteristics of a process color expressed in various percentages, or any set of specific instructions for reproducing an image or a page layout.
Keywords:  criterion, metric, applied
A criterion applied to a metric.
Keywords:  seperated, comma, entries, list
a comma-seperated list of entries
Keywords:  prognosis, perfect, method, see
See perfect prognosis method.
a true testament to its understanding of changing trends in the server market and commitment to meeting customer needs with innovative solutions
Keywords:  explicitly, naming
naming explicitly
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a restriction that is insisted upon as a condition for an agreement
an architecture that provides mechanisms by which client and server programs make and fulfill requests without regard to platform, operating system, software bus, or data format
The designation of particulars; particular mention; as, the specification of a charge against an officer.
The act of specifying or determining by a mark or limit; notation of limits.
Keywords:  opportunity, answer, market
an answer to this market opportunity
Keywords:  path, rooted, tree
a rooted path in the tree (e
an expression of a programming problem