examinator

examinator

(ɪɡˈzæmɪˌneɪtə)
n
another name for examiner
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And Galaxy took advantage of the ITC corporate forum presentation area to describe its Examinator and Examinator Pro characterization tools, Yield-Man automated yield management tool, and PAT-Man DPM reduction tool.
These in turn need to be graded by an examinator within three weeks of submission of the examination.
15) The rise in butter prices made an impression on the examinator of exports and imports: the adjustment in butter prices for 1739/40 was the first in four years.
Mr Querido met Mr Davidson in 1994 when Jan was a final qualifying examinator for John's spectacle dispensing examination.
Although significant testing of Examinator has yet to occur, the possibility of a secure and reliable program for use on students' own computers is an exciting one.
A Galaxy-based long-loop analysis step, employing the firm's Examinator, could help identify sensitive tests, analyze tester-to-tester variations, analyze long-term trends, and generate alarms based on long-term trends.
5, 582, 16, y del mismo modo que en este glosario la equivalencia propuesta es examinator.
Examinator software will also be used by LTX's worldwide applications engineering team for test program characterization and tester correlation studies.
Over 1000 engineers across hundreds of sites worldwide, within fabless, IDMs, ATE and Subcontractor organizations, rely on Examinator today.
Custer County, Idaho = citharoedus Marion County, Texas = examinators Morgan County, Ohio = hormogonia Teton County, Idaho = Theodotian
The knowledge gathered from the expert examinators of patent has been stored in the knowledge base by using a production rules model.