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  1. The representation of data used by a specific software program. File formats and representations native to a particular software program are often considered proprietary by the software vendor and are not publicly documented. [9034]
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 13 Jul 2018
  1. A representation of data that is documented independent of a particular software program. Open standards and publicly documented formats and representations are often used as standards for data exchange, e.g., ISO 10303 (STEP). [9034]
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 13 Jul 2018
  1. Software used in the design, manufacture, inspection, test, acceptance, or calibration of a deliverable product. [9005]
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 04 Apr 2018
  1. Deliverable software that is not developed under the contract, but is provided by the organization, customer, or a third party (e.g., reused software, customer furnished software, COTS software, Government off-the-Shelf (GOTS) software, open source software). [9115]
  2. Deliverable software that is not developed under the contract but is provided by the contractor, the Government, or a third party. Non-developmental software may be referred to as reusable software, Government furnished software, or commercially available software, depending on its source. [DOD-STD-2167A] [9006]
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 26 Apr 2017

A hardware item whose conformance to quality characteristics can be determined by simple measurement and test of the end item, without uneconomical disassembly or destructive testing. (9003)

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不复杂项
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非複雜項目
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Element non complexe ou élément simple
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einfaches Bauteil
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מוצר פשוט
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Part yang sederhana
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Elemento non complesso
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適合証明書類
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Не сложное изделие
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Artículo/Elemento no complejo
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basit donanım parçası
Created: 23 Nov 2016
Updated: 31 May 2018
  1. A condition of any article, material or service in which one or more characteristics do not conform to requirements specified in the contract, drawings, specifications, or other approved product description. Includes failures, discrepancies, defects, anomalies, and malfunctions. [9009]
  2. Parts or materials that do not meet specifications or requirements. The failure of a characteristic to conform to the requirements specified in the contract, drawings, specifications, or other approved product description. [9138] 
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不符合性
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不符合
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Afwijking
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non-conformité
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Fehler/Abweichung
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אי תאימות
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ketidaksesuaian
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non conformità
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不適合
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부적합
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Não-conformidade
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no conformidad
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uygunsuzluk
Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 03 Apr 2018
  1. The absence of, or the failure to implement and maintain, one or more quality management system requirements, or a situation that would, on the basis of available objective evidence, raise significant doubt as to the quality of what the organization is supplying. Major: The absence of, or total breakdown of a quality management system element specified in the AQMS standard or any non-conformities where the effect is judged to be detrimental to the integrity of the product, processes or service. Minor: A single system failure or lapse in conformance with a procedure relating to the AQMS standard. NOTE: A number of minor non-conformities against one requirement can represent a total breakdown of the system and this can be considered as a major nonconformity. Any finding (e.g., comments, observations) that equates to the above definition shall be documented as a nonconformity, categorized as major or minor, and dealt with in accordance with 8.3. [9104]
  2. The non-fulfilment of a requirement that is stated, generally implied, or obligatory (see 9101 standard for definitions of major and minor nonconformities). [9104/2]
  3. A specific occurrence of a condition that does not conform to a specification or other inspection standard. [9013]
  4. Non-fulfillment of a requirement (see ISO 9000).

NOTE: It may be a nonconforming product, but may also be a late delivery, incorrect paperwork, incorrect process [production or Quality Management System (QMS) related], etc.[9136]

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不符合(不合格)
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不符合性
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afwijking
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non-conformité
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Abweichung/Fehler
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אי תאימות
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ketidaksesuaian
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non conformità
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不適合
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부적합
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Não-conformidade
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Несоответствие
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no conformidad
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uygunsuzluk
Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 21 Apr 2017
  1. A document stating results and providing objective evidence of nonconformity against audit criteria, including the following information: containment, correction, root cause, corrective action implementation, and closure. [9101]
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 13 Jul 2018

1. [also referred to as Nondestructive Inspection (NDI)]  Technique of testing material properties without impairing their future usefulness. [9138]

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Created: 03 Apr 2018
Updated: 13 Jul 2018
  1. The default level of lot-by-lot inspection sampling plans with switching rules. [9138]

    NOTE:  Switching rules in sampling standards begin with this level of inspection, and direct the inspection to greater or lesser inspection according to the patterns of quality in the process.       

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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 13 Jul 2018
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