validated, past participle; validated, past tense; validating, present participle; validates, 3rd person singular present;
Check or prove the validity or accuracy of (something)
these estimates have been validated by periodic surveys
Demonstrate or support the truth or value of
in a healthy family a child's feelings are validated
Make or declare legally valid
declare or make legally valid
prove valid; show or confirm the validity of something
give evidence for
(validating) collateral: serving to support or corroborate; "collateral evidence"
(validation) the act of validating; finding or testing the truth of something
(validation) establishment: the cognitive process of establishing a valid proof
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(Validated (album)) Validated is a Keith Martin's album released on 23 March 2004 by Orchard. The song "Whateva U Need" was released as a single Album information on Soul Treasures.
(Validation (drug manufacture)) Validation in the pharmaceutical and medical device industry is defined as the documented act of demonstrating that a procedure, process, and activity will consistently lead to the expected results. It often includes the qualification of systems and equipment. ...
(Validated) Officially sanctioned; supported or corroborated on a sound or authoritative basis; conforming to accepted principles.² Reproducible by other scientists.
(VALIDATED) Curated. The RefSeq record has undergone an initial review to provide the preferred sequence standard.
(Validated) Having been self or outside checked for Payment Card Industry compliance and reported to the proper credit card institution
(Validating) With the wealth of information available to students combined with the lack of authentication of data, students of today and tomorrow must be able to validate the veracity of their information sources. ...
(Validating) Of an argument form every instance of which is valid.
(Validating) Praising, commending.
(Validation) The act of confirming a product or service meets the requirements for which it was intended.
(Validation) The process by which a course is judged to have met the requirements for an award by the relevant degree-awarding body, or the relevant examining body, or by an accredited institution on behalf of that degree-awarding body.
(validation) Process of defining academic level of a course, and of setting the syllabus and standards for marking and grading. UK universities validate their own degrees. ...
(validation) Determination upon testing that a representative sample of a water treatment product/model has meet the requirements of a specific standard.
Validation is the pre-funding verification that proposed or completed work projects meet statutory and regulatory compliance.
(Validation) That element of verification focused on collecting and evaluating scientific and technical information to determine if the HACCP plan, when properly implemented, will effectively control the hazards.
(Validation) Eligibility required to win additional jackpot amounts. Price varies by number of cards played.
(validation) The process by which the integrity and correctness of data are established. Validation processes can occur immediately after a data item is collected or after a complete set of data is collected.
(Validation) The process of evaluating software during or at the end of the development process to determine whether it satisfies specified requirements. [IEEE-STD-610]
Validation demonstrates that the product, as provided, (or as it will be provided) will fulfill its intended use in the operational environment. Validation assures that "You built the right thing."