Definition of validating

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IPTV service quality for thousands of individual subscribers under real-world triple play network conditions -- allowed Juniper to validate the performance of its IPTV and Multiplay solutions in a highly scaled and dynamic network environment.

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Standards are materials containing a precisely known concentration of a substance for use in quantitative analysis.

A standard provides a reference that can be used to determine unknown concentrations or to calibrate analytical instruments. = 134.00 g/mol A secondary standard is a standard that is prepared in the laboratory for a specific analysis.

It is usually standardized against a primary standard.

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(2) The use of documented evidence to assure that specific systems or processes will consistently produce a product meeting predetermined specifications and quality attributes.

Validation requires planning measurement parameters and evaluation of fitness for purpose, followed by executing the plan and documenting the results.

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In evaluating the basics of data validation, generalizations can be made regarding the different types of validation, according to the scope, complexity, and purpose of the various validation operations to be carried out.

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