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  1. A selection of units collected in such a manner that all units being
    accepted have an equal chance of being selected for inspection or evaluation. [9138]
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willekeurig monster
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Stichprobe
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דגימה אקראית
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Amostragem Aleatória
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 09 Sep 2018
  1. A point selected for an unannounced, independent close observation/review to assess the individual Operator Self-Verification Process. [9162]
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willekeurig toezicht
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stichprobenartige Überwachung
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פקוח אקראי
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Monitoração aleatória
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 09 Sep 2018
  1. One of several levels of inspection connected by switching rules, which involves a lower fraction inspected than one or more of the others. [9138]

    NOTE:  In such a system the quality parameter is usually the AOQL and that AOQL is maintained, despite the lower fraction inspected, by the fact that the process generally only gets to that level when the quality is as good as or better than the AOQL for some period of time.

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gereduceerde inspectie
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reduzierte Überprüfung
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בחינה מופחתת
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Inspeção Reduzida
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 09 Sep 2018
  1. The characteristics that are used for “information only” or to show relationship; these are dimensions without tolerances and refer to other dimensions on the drawing or in the DPD. [9102]
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referentie karakteristieken
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Referenzeigenschaften
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תכונה לייחוס
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Características de referência
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 09 Sep 2018
  1. An established point at which an operator and/or process is to be assessed via control metrics to determine quality of performance, where Operator Self-Verification is in place. [9162]
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regelmatige beoordeling meetgegevens
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turnusmäßige Datenüberprüfung
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סקירת נתוני המידע המדידים
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Revisão dos Dados Métricos Regulares
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 09 Sep 2018
  1. The minimum percent defective at which a lot will have 5% or less chance of being accepted when using a sampling plan. [9138]

    NOTE:  For precise computation of the RQL value for finite lots of discrete parts, it is generally the case that no integer number of nonconforming units produces exactly 5% probability of acceptance, so the RQL for that sample size can be computed as the weighted average of the two nearest points on the discrete OC curve.

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rejectable quality level (rql)
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zurückzuweisendes Qualitätniveau
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רמת איכות נדחית
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Nível de Qualidade Rejeitável
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 09 Sep 2018
  1. A particular version of a configuration item that is made available for a specific purpose (e.g., test release) [see ISO/IEC 12207]. [9115]
  2. An approved version of a configuration item made available for a specific purpose
    (for example, test release). [9005]
  3. A particular version of a configuration item that is made available for a specific purpose (for example, test release). [ISO/IEC 12207] [9006]
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vrijgeven
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Freigabe
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תצורה משוחררת
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Versão
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 09 Sep 2018
  1. A process that controls the point at which the approved type design data is authorized for use. A release process is implemented to ensure that data will not be subject to unauthorized change after the data has been approved for release and use. [9034]
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vrijgaveproces
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Freigabeprozess
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תהליך שחרור
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Validação do Processo
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 09 Sep 2018
  1. The probability of failure-free operation of a computer program in a specified environment for a specified time [based on IEEE 982.1]. NOTE: Software reliability requirements should consider the level and manner of fault and failure detection, isolation, fault tolerance, and recovery expected to be fulfilled by the software. [9115]
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betrouwbaarheid
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Verlässlichkeit, Nachhaltigkeit
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אמינות
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Confiabilidade
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 09 Sep 2018
  1. Used when the nonconforming article, material or service can be corrected to a usable condition, although its condition will not be identical with drawing/specification requirements. [9009]
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reparatie
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Reperatur
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תיקון
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reparo
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 09 Sep 2018
  1. A process of copying a software product from one medium to another. [9005]
  2. Copying a software product from one medium to another. [9006]
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kopiëren
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Kopie, Nachbildung
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העתקה
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replicação
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 09 Sep 2018
  1. A system for storing, accessing and managing data. [9034]
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repository
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Ablage
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ארכיון
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repositório
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 09 Sep 2018
  1. The information that maps a Data Object into more meaningful concepts. An example is the ASCII definition that describes how a sequence of bits (i.e., a Data Object) is mapped into a symbol. [OAIS] [9034]
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weergave
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Vertretung
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ייצוג
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representação
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 09 Sep 2018

1. User of an IAQG document that is requesting a change to or interpretation of a document. [105.2]

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请求者
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aanvrager
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demandeur
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Pemohon
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Richiedente
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質問者
Korean:
요청자
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Requisitante
Russian:
Запрашивающее лицо
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Demandante/Solicitante
Turkish:
İstek Yapan
Created: 14 Feb 2018
Updated: 29 Aug 2018

1. Leader of the Requirements Strategy Stream - the strategy stream of the IAQG responsible for the creation and maintenance of all standards. [105.1] [105.2]

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需求策略流负责人(RSSL)
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no specific translation available
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leader du Groupe de travail exigences
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Pemimpin aliran strategi kebutuhan
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Responsabile del filone strategico dedicato alla definizione degli standards
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"規格要求戦略リーダ―
Korean:
요구사항 전략 스트림 리더
Portuguese:
Líder do Fluxo Estratégico de Requisitos
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Руководитель рабочей группы по разработке стратегии требований
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Lider del equipo de elaboración de requerimientos
Turkish:
Gereksinim Stratejisi Takım Lideri
Created: 14 Feb 2018
Updated: 29 Aug 2018
  1. The total length of time that product data must be kept before it can be reviewed for disposition. The storage of documentation for a specified period of time determined by legal requirements or business needs. [9034]
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bewaartermijn
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Aufbewahrungsfrist
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תקופת ארכוב
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período de retenção
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 09 Sep 2018

1.The ability of a production system to identify or trace units, and make them available for appropriate disposition. [9138]

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可回收性
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terugvindbaar
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capacité à retrouver
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Mampu lacak
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Rintracciabilità
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回収可能性
Korean:
재생성
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Recuperabilidade
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Возможность извлечения
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Recuperabilidad/Capacidad traceable
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Erişilebilirlik
Created: 03 Apr 2018
Updated: 29 Aug 2018
  1. An undesirable situation or circumstance that has both a likelihood of occurring and a potentially negative consequence. [9100] [9120]
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risico
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Risiko
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סיכון
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risco
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 09 Sep 2018
  1. The extent to which software can continue to operate correctly despite invalid inputs [see RTCA/DO-178 or EUROCAE ED-12]. NOTE: Robustness, in the software context, means that the organization has utilized techniques (e.g., exception handling, redundancy, related verification techniques). [9115]
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robuustheid
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Robustheit 
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חוסן
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robustez
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Created: 11 Jul 2013
Updated: 09 Sep 2018

1. The original event(s), action(s), and/or condition(s) generating (directly or in cascade) an actual or potential undesirable condition, situation, nonconformity, or failure.
NOTE: There is sometimes more than one root cause associated to a single nonconformity or one root cause with multiple contributing causes. [9136]

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根本原因
Chinese Taiwan:
肇因
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Grondoorzaak
French:
cause racine
German:
zugrunde liegende Ursache(n)
Hebrew:
סיבת שורש
Indonesian:
Akar penyebab
Italian:
Causa radice
Japanese :
根本原因
Korean:
근본 원인
Portuguese:
Cauza Raiz
Russian:
Коренная причина
Spanish:
Causa Raíz
Turkish:
kök neden
Created: 21 Apr 2017
Updated: 19 Jul 2018
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