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specifications

The detailed requirements for some or all aspects of a construction or development project.For example,cabinet specifications might detail the type and quality of wood for the doors, drawer bottoms, and cabinet fronts and sides; full-extension or limited-extension drawer glides capable of supporting certain weights; the type and thickness of paint or other finishes; and the quality and type of hinge and pull hardware.

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Poor devil, he has his specifications too; it's comforting to think that.
The first step was to write a set of specifications that could be included in all project documentation.
And despite the varied usage views presented in the introduction, there are only two classes of standards and specifications to be considered: those that may be used with no restrictions and those documents requiring waiver.
As for the third criterion, acceptance by the market, a standardized electronic records management specification's main benefit is to lower procurement costs by minimizing the work needed to produce technical specifications.
This column takes a look at drafting product specifications, and suggests some considerations to help avoid later disputes over product specification compliance.
These three specifications cover Commands and Utilities, System Interfaces and Headers, and System Interface Definitions.
PCI-SIG is the Special Interest Group that owns and manages PCI specifications as open industry standards.
PSI's annual "Guidelines for Paper Stock" circular, which is included in the overall ISRI "Scrap Specifications Circular," is a document that presents definitions for various grade standards, in addition to outlining acceptable practices.
The tensile bar description in A48 has become the standard for the industry and companies have included a meaningless term in many of their specifications.
Providing a set of specifications that deliver architectural semantics, industry standard protocols and profiles to unify the management of the data center, SMASH 1.
The steel industry, as typified by large steel mills, has, on the other hand, existed by selling material in various forms with its specifications generally assured by material uniformity.
The Trusted Computing Group (TCG), an industry group of more than 140 members creating open industry specifications for computing security, today released a set of specifications to provide a foundation for platform integrity measurement and verification.

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