1 confirm the truth of; "Please verify that the doors are closed"; "verify a claim"
2 verify or regulate by conducting a parallel experiment or comparing with another standard, of scientific experiments; "Are you controlling for the temperature?" [syn: control]
3 attach or append a legal verification to (a pleading or petition)
4 to declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true; "Before God I swear I am innocent" [syn: affirm, assert, avow, aver, swan, swear] [also: verified]
To substantiate or prove the truth of something
To confirm or test the truth or accuracy of something
- Czech: ověřit
law: To affirm something formally, under oath
The word verification can refer to:
- Verification and Validation: In engineering or a quality management system, "verification" is the act of reviewing, inspecting, testing, etc. to establish and document that a product, service, or system meets the regulatory, standard, or specification requirements. By contrast, validation refers to meeting the needs of the intended end-user or customer.
- Verification (spaceflight) In the space systems engineering area verification covers the processes of qualification and acceptance.
- Verification theory A philosophical theory relating the meaning of a statement to how it is verified
- Third-party verification Use of an independent organisation to verify the identity of a customer
- Formal verification Formal mathematical proof of the correctness of algorithms
- Functional verification All forms of verification that an algorithm implements the specified functions
- Runtime verification A form of formal verification during execution
- Software verification An overview of techniques for verifying software
- In circuit development:
- Physical verification Verification of the design of a circuit
- In systems engineering:
- Testing to confirm that the system, subsystem or component meets documented requirements or specifications levied on the design.
verify in Czech: Verifikace
verify in Polish: weryfikacja
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