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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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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.
Distributed Processing Technology (DPT) announced plans to develop "storage solutions to support the NGIO specification in the future," according to a release by DPT.
When working with the buyer to draft the product specifications, it is important to designate where each specification fits in the "order of priority.
The new cabling specification currently supports signaling rates of 2.
The most obvious solution to this problem is to correct the specification, and to that end the appropriate ASTM committee is presently working.
0 specification, the technical workgroups within ONFI take the next step in the organization's technical roadmap.
These tables do not present expected deviation of the measured casting chemistry from the heat analysis; rather, they present the permissible deviation of the casting from the specification limits.
SM Managed Element Addressing Specification - provides a user-friendly way to tap into the power of the DMTF's widely implemented Common Information Model (CIM) standard.
If the output of the process falls outside the specification limits, there are three choices: * the process must be changed; * the output must be inspected and defective parts sorted out; * the specification must be changed.
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.
The new specification represents another step in the worldwide rollout of EPC technology, which uses Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) to provide a new level of product movement visibility in the global supply chain.

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