had to be well documented, with interface design documents, requirements definition documents, system design documents, database design documents, program development folders, and test plans and reports.
They've devised codes
that intentionally incorporate redundancy into a message, so that even if noise corrupts some portions, the recipient can usually figure it out.
The 3-D non-invasive cast-in bar codes
are designed to last the life of the part, but a new coding system has emerged that improves the longevity of a direct-part marking over the typical bar code
owners will just check boxes at the control center for these services, provided the server offers them.
The architects and the engineers have to work with the code
on a daily basis and have to interpret the code
," he said.
In addition to added costs, the Nolan assessment of ICD-10 found that a change to the coding system would likely result in backlogs and delayed payments because of the increased time coders would need to properly code
Eliminating the Code
2-High designation would force dispatchers to draw a sharper distinction between emergency and urgency calls, said Capt.
1) If the applicant's race was identified as American Indian or Alaskan Native, Black, or White in 2003, use the corresponding code
G-Cover provides code
coverage analysis at the object code
level that is independent of the source language, including assembly.
For sprinklers, DiIorio says maximum coverage is set forth in National Fire Protection Association Code
Put simply, Renaissance men had to cope with both an old, medieval code
of honor and the tensions of a new one, tensions that were created, to a large degree, by the contemporary insistence on the importance of the individual conscience.
Remember that it is the procedure, not the method or tools that are used, that is important in determining the code