verification

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İngilizce - Türkçe
gerçekleme
{i} doğrulama
(Kanun) doğruluğunu tasvip etme
(Kanun) kanıtlama
sağlama
teyit
tasdik etme
(Ticaret) doğruluğu onaylama
tasdik
(Kanun) tahkik etme
teyit etme
(Kanun) doğruluğunu ispat etme
(Kanun) doğruluğunu teyit etme
onay
(Kanun) doğruluğunu tasdik etme
(Askeri) GERÇEKLEME: Silah kontrolünde, silahların kabul edilmiş ölçülere uygunluğunu temin etmek için yapılan inceleme, tespit veya tanımlama. 2. Doğruluğunu tahkik; denetleme inceleme. 3. Tahakkuk (maliye)
(Mukavele) tahkik, soruşturma; doğrulama, teyid
{i} soruşturma
{i} tetkik
{i} tahkik
(Hukuk) doğruluğunu araştırma
verification and validation
doğrulama ve sağlama
verification code
doğrulama kodu
verification and validation
dogrulama ve saglama
verification by sampling
(Ticaret) örnekleme yoluyla doğrulama
verification certificate
(Ticaret) doğrulama belgesi
verification equipment
(Ticaret) doğrulama ekipmanı
verification fire
(Askeri) KONTROL ATIŞI: Topların ve ateş idare malzemesinin mekanik ayarlarını denemek ve esas kademe ve tecrübe atışı vasıtasıyla tayin edilmiş bulunan düzeltmelerin doğruluğunu ölçmek için yapılan atış
verification fire
(Askeri) kontrol atışı
verification mark
(Ticaret) doğrulama işareti
verification minute
(Ticaret) inceleme tutanağı
verification of an account
(Ticaret) hesap kontrolü
verification of financial statements
(Avrupa Birliği) mali bildirimin tahkiki
verification of licences
(Politika, Siyaset) lisansların onaylanması
verification of licences
(Avrupa Birliği) ruhsatların tahkiki
verification operations
(Ticaret) doğrulama sonuçları
verification score
(Meteoroloji) doğrulama değeri
verification test
doğrulama sınaması
verification testing
(Askeri) doğrulama testi
verification time
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) doğrulama süresi
verification, validation, and accreditation
(Askeri) teyir, doğrulama ve tanıtma
verification, validation, and certification
(Askeri) teyit, doğrulama ve belgeleme
invoice verification
fatura doğrulama
keystroke verification
(Bilgisayar) klavyede doğrulama
recognition of verification
(Ticaret) doğrulamanın tanınması
scope verification
kapsam doğrulama
sources of verification
(Politika, Siyaset) doğrulama kaynakları
subsequent verification
(Ticaret) müteakip doğrulama
card verification
kart denetimi
program verification
program gerçeklemesi
self-verification
kendini doğrulama
signature verification
İmza doğrulama
subject to positive verification
pozitif doğrulama tabi
verifications
doğrulamaları
arms control agreement verification
(Askeri) SİLAHLARI KONTROL ANLAŞMASININ DOĞRULANMASI: Menşe ve yerleşke durumunda olan ülkenin silah ve füze yükünün kimliğini ve olay tipini içeren yasaklanan silah sistemlerinin sınanması veya kullanılması hususundaki bilgilerin toplanmasını, işleme tabi tutulmasını ve rapor edilmesini icap ettiren bir kavram
citizens’ verification
yurttaş denetimi
initial verification
(Ticaret) ilk doğrulama
initial verification
(Ticaret) ön doğrulama
install verification
(Bilgisayar) yükleme doğrulaması
keystroke verification
klavyede dogrulama
objects of verification
doğrulama konusu
quality verification
(Nükleer Bilimler) kalite doğrulaması
voluntary verification
(Ticaret) ihtiyari doğrulama
İngilizce - İngilizce
Confirmation; authentication

The detective needs verification of your whereabouts last night.

The act of verifying
A formal phrase used in concluding a plea, to denote confirmation by evidence
The state of being verified
The operation of testing the equation of a problem, to see whether it truly expresses the conditions of the problem
the act of proving to be true, exact, or accurate
{n} a confirmation by due evidence
(law) an affidavit attached to a statement confirming the truth of that statement
The process of evaluating software to determine whether the products of a given development phase satisfy the conditions imposed at the start of that phase
Determination that the numerical model or computer model is a faithful representation of the mathematical model, and that the mathematical model is a faithful representation of the conceptual model Verification, which denotes establishment of truth, is possible only for the mathematical steps Contributes to model validation
A procedure where a school checks the information a student reported on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) when applying for Title IV aid, usually by requesting a copy of the signed tax returns filed by the student and, if applicable, the student's parent(s) and spouse Schools must verify information about students selected for verification by ED's Central Processing System (CPS), following procedures established by federal regulations It is a technical and administrative process of detecting and resolving inaccuracies in data a student (and family) supplied on the FAFSA
Process of matching information on a copy to that on the original
A formal phrase used in concluding a plea
The process of confirming information submitted on the FASFA through the comparison of specified documents to the data on the Student Aid Report or other applications for student aid Many schools conduct their own verification
Confirmation by evidence
An action whereby a legislator requests that the results of a record vote be confirmed The names of those legislators whose votes are to be verified are called, and if the legislator doesn't answer, his or her vote is stricken However, the legislator's vote is restored to the roll if his or her presence is recognized before the presiding officer announces the final result of the verification VetoThe action of the Governor in disapproval of a bill sent to him or her by the General Assembly
process of establishing or confirming the accuracy of something
{i} confirmation, substantiation, proof
The act of verifying, or the state of being verified; confirmation; authentication
A school's procedure for checking the accuracy of information reported by the student on the FAFSA
As a Systems Engineering Term: The processes which provide assurance that an integrated system satisfies its requirements Through assessment of the system product, verification demonstrates that its behaviour and characteristics comply with its specified design requirements Verification provides the information required to effect the remedial actions that correct failings in the realised system or the processes that act on it The Verification Process (part of the Integrated Test, Evaluation and Acceptance Plan (ITEA Plan)) informs design actions of the practical constraints and limitations of verification facilities (resources identified in the ITEA Plan) Temporary or accepted shortcomings against the requirement, identified during verification, can be recorded as provisos
Verification implies the re-examination of the evidence of labor practices in a particular work place in order to establish that previously reported results are accurate It involves the activities carried out to ensure that both monitoring and implementation take place as intended
This feature lets the backup software application compare the data written to the original information to the data was written correctly volatile Memory that will be erased if power is lost Typically, main memory is volatile
Verification is an objective testing of barcodes, done with a verifier that meets the ISO standard, followed by additional observations on the physical aspects and measurements of a barcode in relation to the EAN UCC specifications to ensure that barcodes can be scanned by all sorts of scanners in different scanning environment and conditions Some retailers now require verification undertaken for certain products
A procedure whereby the school checks the information the student reported on the financial aid application, usually by requesting a copy of the tax returns filed by the student, and if applicable, the student’s spouse and parent(s) Many schools conduct their own form of verification In addition, schools must verify students selected through the federal central processing system, following the procedures established by regulation The FAFSA processor will print an asterisk next the the EFC (on the Student Aid Report) to identify students who have been selected for verification
In a chip design, verification means confirmation that one or more predetermined parameters, requirements, or specifications are met
A process of review to determine the accuracy of the information on a student's financial aid application Students are selected by the Central Processing System, but the verification process is carried out by the school(s) Approximately one third of all FAFSA filers are selected for verification, and most federal funds are not disbursed to the student selected for verification until the process has been completed
Verification of an equation
A process of review to determine the accuracy of the information on a student's financial aid application Students are selected by the Processing Agency of the Pell Grant Program Emory performs 100% verification of applicants
is the checking or testing of items, including software, for conformance and consistency with an associated specification
Verification is a review process in which the OSFA determines the accuracy of the information provided on the student's financial aid application During verification the student will be required to submit documentation to support the information listed (or not listed) on the financial aid application
The process of evaluating a system or component to determine whether the products of the given development phase satisfy the conditions imposed at the start of that phase [IEEE]
A procedure where a school checks the information a student reported on the FAFSA, usually by requesting a copy of signed Federal tax returns filed by the student and, if applicable, the student's parent(s) and spouse Schools must verify students selected for verification by the federal central processing system, following procedures established by federal regulations The contractor prints an asterisk next to the Expected Family Contribution (EFC) on SARs to identify students selected for verification Many schools also select students for verification in addition to those selected by the central processing system
Verification is a review process in which the FAO determines the accuracy of the information provided on the student's financial aid application During the verification process the student and parent will be required to submit documentation for the amounts listed (or not listed) on the financial aid application Such documentation may include signed copies of the most recent Federal income tax returns for you, your spouse (if any) and your parents, proof of citizenship, proof of registration with Selective Service, and copies of Social Security benefit statements and W2 and 1099 forms, among other things Financial aid applications are randomly selected by the Federal processor for verification, with most schools verifying at least 1/3 of all applications
A hypothetical stage in the creative process which involves testing or carrying out the problem solution (Solso)
The process of confirming information submitted on student aid applications thorough the comparison of specified documents to the data on the Student Aid Report or other applications for student aid Many schools conduct their own verification
additional proof that something that was believed (some fact or hypothesis or theory) is correct; "fossils provided further confirmation of the evolutionary theory"
A quality improvement process that requires some students to verify information they provided on the FAFSA Aid is on hold until this is done
verification criterion
Alternative name of verifiability principle
verification principle
Alternative name of verifiability principle
address verification service
The process of validating a cardholder's given address against the issuer's records, to determine accuracy and deter fraud. This service is provided as part of a credit card authorization for mail order/telephone order transactions. A code is returned with the authorization result that indicates the accuracy of the address match. Abbreviated: AVS
address verification services
plural form of address verification service
criterion of verification
Alternative name of verifiability principle
principle of verification
Alternative name of verifiability principle
address verification
Process used by a credit card processor or other party to verify that a customer's ordering address matches their records
address verification
A service provided through merchant services in which the merchant verifies the cardholder's address Primarily used by mail/telephone order merchants to combat fraud Not a guarantee that a transaction is valid
address verification
A service in which the merchant verifies the cardmember's address Primarily used by Mail/Telephone order merchants Not a guarantee that a transaction is valid
address verification
Method whereby a 3rd party verifies ordering address matching predetermined criteria
address verification
Security measure using billing information that helps prevent fraud in online credit card transactions
card verification value
A unique value calculated from the data encoded on the magnetic stripe of a VISA card, validating card information during the authorization process
card verification value
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check verification
check validity confirmation, confirmation that a check is not forged or invalid
verification