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  NSI Verification Program
The NSI Verification Program is a voluntary program and is open to any lottery organization that has consistently implemented one or more NSI Best Practices or Technical Standards and meets the documented Conformance Requirements for those Best Practices or Technical Standards.
The NSI Verification Program is administered on behalf of the NSI by its designated Verification Authority, The Open Group.
Operation of the NSI Verification Program is governed by a documented set of policies that define what can be verified, what it means to be verified, and the process for achieving and maintaining verification.
www.opengroup.org /naspl/verify   (0 words)

  Program Verification Techniques II
Program Verification Techniques II Hoare-Flyod-Dijkstra's "Inductive Invariant" technique is the right way of using induction for proving properties of imperative programs.
From the program, derive an abstract program such that the abstract program has finite number of executions (so that each of them can be explored exhaustively) and if there is a bug in the original program then there must be a corresponding bug in the abstract program.
Output is an abstract program that has one boolean variable corresponding to each predicate and each of whose statements model the effect of statements of the original program on these predicates.
home.cc.gatech.edu /saswat/40   (814 words)

 Smart Software: Program Verification
J Strother Moore described program verification in his talk entitled “A Mechanized Program Verifier” at the 2005 Verification Grand Challenge Workshop.
The verification community seeks to build a system that can follow the reasoning of an average human engaged in a creative, computational, problem solving task lasting months or years and spanning an arbitrary set of application domains.
The goal was to prove that “my program will, under all circumstances, compute what I intend it to compute.” Now, he says, the emphasis has switched to a more tractable form of proof: that “there are specific properties my program does not have.” Buffer overflows and deadlocks are examples of such properties.
wesnerm.blogs.com /net_undocumented/2006/12/program_verific.html   (0 words)

 American College of Surgeons: Trauma Programs: Consultation/Verification Program
The ACS Consultation/Verification Program is designed to assist hospitals in the evaluation and improvement of trauma care and provide objective, external review of institutional capability and performance.
Trauma center verification is the process by which the ACS confirms that the hospital is performing as a trauma center and meets the criteria contained in Resources for Optimal Care of the Injured Patient.
The program is sensitive to the needs of the hospitals, especially needs that have been precipitated by the current socioeconomic conditions prevalent in health care today.
www.facs.org /trauma/vcprogram.html   (1527 words)

 MotiveSmart Verification Program
The MotiveSmart™ Verification Program uses standards verification testing to enable partners to rapidly develop, market and sell CPE that leverages Motive’s industry leading service management products.
The program then builds on that foundation to ensure that Motive and its partners can support the real needs of broadband service providers all over the world.
Motive's approach to verification testing is based on solutions that provide automated problem diagnosis, resolution and service management capabilities across each of the primary support channels—electronic, phone and email.
www.motive.com /partners/cpe/motivesmartverificationprogram.asp   (187 words)

 Personal Identity Verification (PIV) Project
In response to HSPD 12, the NIST Computer Security Division initiated a new program for improving the identification and authentication of Federal employees and contractors for access to Federal facilities and information systems.
Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) 201, entitled Personal Identity Verification of Federal Employees and Contractors, was developed to satisfy the requirements of HSPD 12, approved by the Secretary of Commerce, and issued on February 25, 2005.
FIPS 201 incorporates three technical publications specifying several aspects of the required administrative procedures and technical specifications that may change as the standard is implemented and used.
csrc.nist.gov /piv-program/index.html   (923 words)

 Software debugging, testing, and verification
A certain amount of debugging of the test execution is necessary to conclude that the program under test is the cause of the unexpected behavior and not the result of a bad test case due to incorrect specification, inappropriate data, or changes in functional specification between different versions of the system.
If all of the details contained in the program are necessary to produce the specification or test cases, then the model may well be at least as large as the program, thus lessening its attractiveness to the software engineers.
To date, success in program verification has come in restricted domains where either the state space of the problem is constrained or only a portion of the program is actually verified.
www.research.ibm.com /journal/sj/411/hailpern.html   (4110 words)

 FLoC 2006 - PLPV
While the essential ideas of program verification have been understood for decades, the practical ability to develop and maintain correct software at a reasonable cost has remained elusive.
One exciting possibility is that languages for programming with proofs may enable developers to target a "continuum of correctness," through varying amounts of effort on specification and verification.
programming language constructs or methodologies where artifacts are included solely to convince the type checker that a piece of code is type safe (e.g., type representations, equality types, certain uses of Haskell type classes).
www.easychair.org /FLoC-06/PLPV.html   (461 words)

 Compiler-Assisted Software Verification Using Plug-Ins
The compiler is a particularly suitable environment for verification because the internal structure of the program in the compiler is in an easy-to-parse format that retains much of the program's high-level semantics while nevertheless being reducible to the actual generated code accurately.
Verification is performed on the same intermediate representation that is compiled to make the executable.
functions in a program's source code and appends a call to an appropriate logging function which is defined in a separate static library as shown in Figure 3.
www.fsl.cs.sunysb.edu /docs/aris-ngs06/index.html   (4720 words)

Research verification programs are a public demonstration of the implementation of research-based Extension recommendations in a commercial-scale farming environment.
Research Verification is also a methodology used to verify and to determine if the total set of research-based Extension recommendations applied on a commercial farm produces yields, feed conversions ratios, survival, and costs consistent with results from research trials.
A second catfish verification program was initiated in 1998 with a refined management protocol, and the program was expanded to include both foodfish and fingerling production.
www.uaex.edu /aquaculture   (376 words)

 4.32 Method Cathegory "Program Verification" (PVER)   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Within the Program Verification it is proved by means of formal logic that a program is a refinement of a specification and that all requirements to this higher-level specification are met too.
When performing the Classical Program Verification the proof is started when the code of the unit to be verified is generated.
The Formal Transformation (Program) is a conversion of the specification by means of predefined rules and is a proof that the conditions are fulfilled under which the rules are valid.
www.tzi.de /~uniform/gdpa/methods/m-pver.htm   (557 words)

 Automatic Tools for Program Verification
The objectives of the workshop are to provide a forum for participants with high confidence complex systems needs and participants with emerging technologies or research that might contribute to addressing such problems.
The programme will consist of a tutorial on abstract interpretation, presentations of verification tools, assessments of the use of a few of such tools by industrial users, and a panel on future research challenges.
This is achieved through the computation of a precise and safe over-approximation of the reachable states of a program.
www.polytechnique.fr /vmcai05/tools.html   (1304 words)

 Program Verification and Semantics: The Early Work
The ability to prove mathematically that a program correctly implements its specification is increasingly important in ensuring that high integrity computer-based systems for security and safety-critical applications perform correctly.
Alan Turing was an early advocate of the need for appropriate techniques, and Britain has from the beginning been at the forefront of research developing new approaches to this area of computer science.
The formal verification of a program involves proving (in some way) the program's consistency with a formal specification.
vmoc.museophile.org /pvs01   (382 words)

 e-Verification on Academic Student Software at CampusTech
Once you have been approved through our verification program, you will not need to submit verification to our website for the current school semester.
The information you provide in this program is verified against an existing database comprised of over 50% of the nation's currently enrolled students from colleges, universities, and trade schools across the nation.
The only information we record from this program is whether or not verification passed and a transaction ID number.
www.campustech.com /c/campust/about_eVerification.html   (0 words)

 Environmental Technology Verification Program Home
EPA's Environmental Technology Verification (ETV) Program develops testing protocols and verifies the performance of innovative technologies that have the potential to improve protection of human health and the environment.
The level of environmental risk reduction that occurs in the real world is directly related to the level of performance and effectiveness of technologies purchased or used.
The ETV Program held a Pre-Solicitation Public Discussion: ETV Public/Private-Sector Arrangements on September 6, at the U.S. EPA Andrew E. Breidenbach Environmental Research Center in Cincinnati, OH.
www.epa.gov /etv   (0 words)

The program is open to all licensed pharmacies, including retail, wholesale and HMO pharmacies, online pharmacy intermediaries and referral sites affiliated with verified pharmacies, and veterinary pharmacies.
Unless expressly permitted by law, program participants may not refer customers to healthcare providers, clinics or other parties for consultation that may directly or indirectly result in the prescription of medication unless written by a licensed healthcare practitioner who has physically examined the human or animal user for whom the prescription is written.
These and other changes appear, and are more fully described, in sections 3, 5, and 8 of the Pharmacy Standards Agreement; and the second, third and fourth paragraphs of the Affiliate Agreement.
www.pharmacychecker.com /sealprogram/choose.asp   (0 words)

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