accreditation by a relevant testing authority (e.g. NATA).
U50. Tester shall supply documented evidence that the requirements of this URS have been met where appropriate. M U51. All HEPA filters shall be integrity tested in accordance with AS 1807.6 and 1807.7. M U52. All classified rooms shall be classified ‘at-rest’ in accordance with ISO 14644-1 and 14644-3. M U53. Recovery rate testing shall be performed for all Grade B rooms, in accordance with
This specifies the requirement for the product to be understood by its users. While “usability” refers to ease of use, efficiency, and similar characteristics, “understandability” determines whether the users instinctively know what the product will do for them and how it fits into their view of the world. You can think of understandability as the product being polite to its users and not expecting them to know or learn things that have nothing to do with their business problem. Another aspect of politeness is that the product should not expect the user to input any information to which the product already has access.
This document was generated under the authority of the ___________________ Company for the purpose of specifying the userrequirement for a capsule filler. The User Requirements Specification (URS) is provided to aid the user through the important components, variables and options necessary to procure a functional capsule filler that meets the user’s needs in the most cost-effective method possible. The URS is then provided to the Supplier to provide a price quote for purchase of the capsule filler including the design and manufacture of the equipment.
The figures show that user-definable templates are a feasible way of defining new templates within the LOLITA System, and require a time sensibly lower than for coding the new tem- plates within the system. The absolute preci- sion and recall figures can appear low. How- ever, it is important to notice that they were ob- tained without any specific improvement of the LOLITA knowledge base for the financial do- main. In addition, improvements are currently being carried out on the LOLITA core which should progressively improve its performance.
Product, the Reseller must, on demand by the Company, promptly repay any Fee paid to the Reseller relating to those Products. The Company may set off against any future Fee payment any amount that becomes repayable by the Reseller under this clause but which has not been received by the Company.] [User note: Depending on the circumstances, this clause may unfairly impact on the Reseller, e.g. if a contract is cancelled for reasons other than Reseller default. We suggest you think carefully about how refunds and credits should work.]
SLT cannot be chosen. The available actions from the reconnaissance MLTs are passed to the behavior model. These are reconnaissance attempts through routers 1, 2, and 3. By random the attacker selects the action to perform a network scan through router 1. Since the attacker is fully skilled for this ABM the attack is always successful and the AGT is updated. The only changes made in the AGT for step two is Windows 1 and 2 can now have a service scan conducted on them. Once again the only option for the AGT is to pass over the reconnaissance template, and by random service scan is selected and performed by the ABM on Windows 1. The successful service scan cause a larger update within the AGT. For step three, the stepping stone MLT now has an available action, to gain privileges on Windows 1 and is available for selection by the AGT. Since the stepping stone SLT has a lower priority value than the reconnaissance SLT it will always be chosen first. Once passed to the ABM, the attacker only has one selection of target and attack type. The attacker however will still randomly select the CVE that is performed on the Windows 1 machine. Once this action is completed successfully, the AGT is updated. Now the stepping stone MLT has completed a MLT goal action and the MLT is satisfied. This will increase the overall satisfaction count of this template to one.
1) All requirements implemented will be unit-tested first.
2) A test script will be written as a guide to for testing base functional changes. This script will be used for system testing and User Acceptance Testing (UAT).
3) System tests follow unit testing. Once system testing is complete, the changes will be tested by a designated group of users in the UAT phase.
2. Operational Instructions
2.1. The mandatory operational instructions and non-mandatory guidance relating to specified activities is referenced in the appropriate columns of the specification
2.2. Alcohol treatment requirements will be monitored in accordance with performance metrics and management information set out in contract Schedules and SLAs
In software requirementspecification there are various rules are defined and when the rule is broken down inconsistency arise in srs (software requirementspecification) because of some contradictions. Here we have tried to remove the contradictions from software requirementspecification and we can achieve the correctness of software requirementspecification. This way we can improve the quality of the software requirementspecification.
Multiple registration is forbidden, thus the system shall check the uniqueness of specific data during the registration process (e.g. ID, email address, bank account and specific personal data). If any of these data already exists in the database, the new registration shall be refused and the user shall be duly notified. Players will be required to accept and consent to various terms all of which should be managed by the system.
Proximus can't be held responsible for any damages due to the use of a version of this specification which is not included in the most recent list of available specifications (list always available with a request to the e-mail address mentioned in the underneath paragraph).
Our templates produce input for RUTH , the Rutgers University Talking Head . This input consists of text that is marked-up to specify intonation and facial con- versational signals. RUTH uses the phonetic structure of the input utterance to derive a schedule of animation in- structions for lip synch and additional nonverbal actions. It then renders these instructions by applying deforma- tions to a polygonal mesh, in part using a coarticulation model for speech [12, 15, 13]. RUTH does not yet com- bine conversational actions with autonomous behaviors like those of [22, 23, 1], but in general we believe such control is compatible with the template structures and methodology we have developed.
NIH is examining ways to improve its system for reviewing R01 grant applica- tions. The “renovation” plans, scheduled for implementation in 2009 and 2010, include shortening grant applications—which are currently 25 pages or more. NIH plans to reduce the description of the experimental approach and methods. The intent is to make grant writers and reviewers focus more on why something is worth doing rather than on the details of how to do it. In addition, shorter grant applications will take less time for reviewers to read, making it possible for more reviewers to be assigned to each grant application.
applications reviewed in the Center for Scientific Review study sections applies to this application. Resubmission (amended -A1) R01 applications from new investigators may be submitted on a special receipt date for review in the very next review cycle. See this notice in the NIH Guide for Grants and Contracts for more details: http://grants1.nih.gov/grants/guide/notice-files/NOT-OD-07-083.html.
3. You can preview an image by clicking on the magnifying lens icon beneath the thumbnail you want to preview. A full size version of the image will appear in a small box. If the user mentions they do not see this image, check to see that it has not been sent to the background or minimized. All subsequent image previews will load in this window if not closed.
There is a very common comment made by majority of the participants, which indicates the requirement to contextualise resources within a research framework that is relevant to the subject discipline. It also means the importance of providing resources that are of easy access to the users and can be delivered to them regardless of their computer platforms. Some degree of personalisation or user profiling in order to narrow the users’ inquiry on particular subjects seemed to be envisaged by all the participants.
The user can use this facility to see the outcome of the number of leads being processed at each stage including the final outcome of firm orders for any given number on New Lead entered in cell D3 and the results are presented in the Funnel Shape image as depicted below.
[User note: Consider carefully the rate at which the loan
will convert. For example, if the loan is being made to provide bridging finance to the Company pending a capital raise, the shareholder may want the conversion price to be relatively low if the Company is not able to raise that capital.]
Execution ﬂows are categorized as main, alternative or exception ﬂows. The main execution ﬂows repre- sent the use cases happy path, which is a sequence of steps where everything works as expected. An alter- native execution ﬂow represents a choice situation; during the execution of a ﬂow, such as the main ﬂow, it may be possible to execute other actions, compris- ing choices. If an action from an alternative ﬂow is executed, the system continues its execution behav- ing according to the new path speciﬁcation. Alter- native ﬂows can also begin from a step of another alternative ﬂow; this enables reuse of speciﬁcation. The exception ﬂows specify error scenarios caused by invalid input data or critical system states. Alter- native and exception ﬂows are strictly related to the user choices and to the system state conditions. The latter may cause the system to respond differently given the same user action.