Some articles on testing:
... In statistics and diagnostic testing, the negative predictive value (NPV) is a summary statistic used to describe the performance of a diagnostic testing ... In the familiar context of medical testing, a high NPV means that the test only rarely misclassifies a sick person as being healthy ...
... Allergy testing may reveal the specific allergens to which an individual is sensitive ... Skin testing is the most common method of allergy testing ... and dropped onto the lower eyelid as a means of testing for allergies ...
... whole academic lives, and that the principal purpose of national curriculum testing is for school league tables ... In its 2008 report into National Testing, the House of Commons, the Select Committee on Children, Schools and Families registered its concern with the current testing ...
... on 25 December 2011, a reader asked I manage a drug-testing program for an organization with 400 employees ... Every three months, a random-number generator selects 100 names for testing ... remains 25 percent, despite the repeated testing ...
... Emission testing programs in Canada include AirCare in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia and Ontario's Drive Clean in southern Ontario only ... Safety testing regulations vary through the different provinces ... Columbia require biennial emission testing, although only the Lower Mainland of B.C ...
More definitions of "testing":
- (noun): An examination of the characteristics of something.
Example: "There are laboratories for commercial testing"; "it involved testing thousands of children for smallpox"
- (noun): The act of giving students or candidates a test (as by questions) to determine what they know or have learned.
Famous quotes containing the word testing:
“Is this testing whether Im a replicant or a lesbian, Mr. Deckard?”
—David Webb Peoples, U.S. screenwriter, and Ridley Scott. Rachel, Blade Runner, being tested to determine if she is human or machine (1982)
“Bourbons the only drink. You can take all that champagne stuff and pour it down the English Channel. Well, why wait 80 years before you can drink the stuff? Great vineyards, huge barrels aging forever, poor little old monks running around testing it, just so some woman in Tulsa, Oklahoma can say it tickles her nose.”
—John Michael Hayes (b.1919)
“Traditional scientific method has always been at the very best 20-20 hindsight. Its good for seeing where youve been. Its good for testing the truth of what you think you know, but it cant tell you where you ought to go.”
—Robert M. Pirsig (b. 1928)