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NEMA XR 22 - “QUALITY CONTROL MANUAL” TEMPLATE FOR MANUFACTURERS OF DISPLAYS AND WORKSTATIONS LABELED FOR FINAL INTERPRETATION IN FULL-FIELD DIGITAL MAMMOGRAPHY Organization: NEMA
Date: 2006-01-01
Description: This document defines the minimum set of Quality Control (QC) tests to be applied to the [Manufacturer to enter commercial name], a [Manufacturer to specify display or workstation] labeled for final interpretation of images acquired using a full-field digital mammography (FFDM) image acquisition system.
NEMA XR 23 - “QUALITY CONTROL MANUAL” TEMPLATE FOR MANUFACTURERS OF HARDCOPY OUTPUT DEVICES LABELED FOR FINAL INTERPRETATION IN FULL-FIELD DIGITAL MAMMOGRAPHY Organization: NEMA
Date: 2006-01-01
Description: They do not address system quality control, for example, the ability of the various system components (image receptor, acquisition workstation, diagnostic workstations, hardcopy output device) to communicate properly with each other, and to use the communicated information correctly.
DSF/IEC/TS 62736 ED. 1.0 - IEC TS 62736: ULTRASONICS - PULSE-ECHO SCANNERS - SIMPLE METHODS FOR PERIODIC TESTING TO VERIFY STABILITY OF AN IMAGING SYSTEM'S ELEMENTARY PERFORMANCE Organization: DS
Description: This Technical Specification specifies requirements and methods for periodic testing of the quality of diagnostic medical ultrasound systems with linear array, curved linear array, single element, phased array, matrix linear array transducers and two-dimensional arrays. Image interpretation and measurement workstations are included. This Technical Specification represents a minimum set of such tests intended for frequent users of medical ultrasound systems, for quality control professionals in their organization, or those hired from other quality-control and/or service-provider organizations.
ASTM E1246 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR REPORTING RELIABILITY OF CLINICAL LABORATORY COMPUTER SYSTEMS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2001-11-10
Description: The type of computer systems under consideration are those designed to assist the overall workflow of the laboratory, and generally include some or all of the functions of patient biographical data, test ordering, draw list printing, specimen check-in, workstation work list printing, test result entry, result verification, patient report printing, data archiving, quality control, and management report printing.
MANEY - ADVANCES IN THE CHARACTER - ADVANCES IN THE CHARACTERISATION OF CERAMICS Organization: MANEY
Date: 1997-01-01
Description: A new approach is proposed for addressing this problem, utilising the functionality of a modern workstation graphics library (e.g. Silicon Graphics GL). This permits a high degree of userinteraction, so that the operator can assist the computer in the quantification of microstructure.
IEC TS 62736 - ULTRASONICS – PULSE-ECHO SCANNERS – SIMPLE METHODS FOR PERIODIC TESTING TO VERIFY STABILITY OF AN IMAGING SYSTEM’S ELEMENTARY PERFORMANCE - EDITION 1.0 Organization: IEC
Date: 2016-07-01
Description: Image interpretation and measurement workstations are included. Usually, “periodic testing” is referred to here as “quality control”.
PACKT - LEARNING PROXMOX VE - LEARNING PROXMOX VE Organization: PACKT
Date: 2016-03-31
Description: Unleash the power of Proxmox VE by setting up a dedicated virtual environment to serve both containers and virtual machines About This Book • Create virtual machines and containers from the comfort of your workstation using Proxmox VE's web-based management interface • Maximize performance, security, and the quality of virtual services by tailoring container and virtual machine configurations based on established best practices • Put theory to practice by deploying virtual servers that promise portability, modularity, flexibility, security, and quality of service at any scale Who This Book Is For This book is intended for server and system administrators and engineers who are eager to take advantage of the potential of virtual machines and containers to manage servers more efficiently and make the best use of resources, from energy consumption to hardware utilization and physical real estate What You Will Learn • Install and configure Proxmox VE • Create new virtual machines and containers • Import container templates and virtual appliances • Optimize virtual machine performance for common use cases • Apply the latest security patches to a Proxmox VE host • Contrast PVE virtual machines and containers to recognize their respective use cases • Secure virtual machines and containers • Assess the benefits of virtualization on budgets, server real estate, maintenance, and management time In Detail Proxmox VE 4.1 provides an open source, enterprise virtualization platform on which to host virtual servers as either virtual machines or containers.
ASHRAE - LO-09-036 - PERFORMANCE EVALUATION OF CEILING MOUNTED PERSONALIZED VENTILATION SYSTEM Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2009-01-01
Description: It also improves the indoor aesthetics because extended air ducts for transporting of clean and cool air to different workstations are not needed. Occupants may be provided with individual control of the PV airflow rate in order to obtain preferred micro-environment in term of thermal comfort and indoor air quality.
ASC/X9 - X9 BAI - X9 BAI VERSION 2 CASH MANAGEMENT BALANCE REPORTING - VERSION 2 Organization: ASC/X9
Date: 2010-01-19
Description: Often companies implement many variations of the specification causing a large investment in scripting and resources to integrate these format versions in their back office applications (Treasury Workstations, A/P systems, ERP, etc). The expected outcome of the project will update the BAI specification to become an American National Standard incorporating best practices and code sets from both the current specification and the IS0 20022 CAMT (cash management) reporting messages and associated code sets.
DS/EN ISO 6385 - ERGONOMICS PRINCIPLES IN THE DESIGN OF WORK SYSTEMS Organization: DS
Date: 2016-10-19
Description: Some examples of work systems in different areas are the following: - production, e.g. machine operator and machine, worker and assembly line; - transportation, e.g. driver and car or lorry, personnel in an airport; - support, e.g. maintenance technician with work equipment; - commercial, e.g. office worker with workstation, mobile worker with a tablet computer, cook in a restaurant kitchen; - other areas like health care, teaching and training.
NBN - EN ISO 6385 - ERGONOMICS PRINCIPLES IN THE DESIGN OF WORK SYSTEMS (ISO 6385:2016) Organization: NBN
Date: 2016-10-26
Description: Some examples of work systems in different areas are the following:- production, e.g. machine operator and machine, worker and assembly line;- transportation, e.g. driver and car or lorry, personnel in an airport;- support, e.g. maintenance technician with work equipment;- commercial, e.g. office worker with workstation, mobile worker with a tablet computer, cook in a restaurant kitchen;- other areas like health care, teaching and training.
NBN - EN ISO 6385 - PRINCIPES ERGONOMIQUES DE LA CONCEPTION DES SYSTÈMES DE TRAVAIL (ISO 6385:2016) Organization: NBN
Date: 2016-10-26
Description: Some examples of work systems in different areas are the following:- production, e.g. machine operator and machine, worker and assembly line;- transportation, e.g. driver and car or lorry, personnel in an airport;- support, e.g. maintenance technician with work equipment;- commercial, e.g. office worker with workstation, mobile worker with a tablet computer, cook in a restaurant kitchen;- other areas like health care, teaching and training.
NBN - EN ISO 6385 - ERGONOMICS PRINCIPLES IN THE DESIGN OF WORK SYSTEMS (ISO 6385:2016) Organization: NBN
Date: 2016-10-26
Description: Some examples of work systems in different areas are the following:- production, e.g. machine operator and machine, worker and assembly line;- transportation, e.g. driver and car or lorry, personnel in an airport;- support, e.g. maintenance technician with work equipment;- commercial, e.g. office worker with workstation, mobile worker with a tablet computer, cook in a restaurant kitchen;- other areas like health care, teaching and training.
ISO 6385 - ERGONOMICS PRINCIPLES IN THE DESIGN OF WORK SYSTEMS - THIRD EDITION Organization: ISO
Date: 2016-09-15
Description: Some examples of work systems in different areas are the following: — production, e.g. machine operator and machine, worker and assembly line; — transportation, e.g. driver and car or lorry, personnel in an airport; — support, e.g. maintenance technician with work equipment; — commercial, e.g. office worker with workstation, mobile worker with a tablet computer, cook in a restaurant kitchen; — other areas like health care, teaching and training.
CEN - EN ISO 6385 - ERGONOMICS PRINCIPLES IN THE DESIGN OF WORK SYSTEMS Organization: CEN
Date: 2016-10-01
Description: Some examples of work systems in different areas are the following: — production, e.g. machine operator and machine, worker and assembly line; — transportation, e.g. driver and car or lorry, personnel in an airport; — support, e.g. maintenance technician with work equipment; — commercial, e.g. office worker with workstation, mobile worker with a tablet computer, cook in a restaurant kitchen; — other areas like health care, teaching and training.
CSA Z8002 - OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE OF HEALTH CARE FACILITIES - FIRST EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2014-01-01
Description: It does not address the operation and maintenance of clinical equipment used for life support or therapeutic purposes (e.g., infusion pumps, anaesthetic workstations, and MRI machines). Notes: 1) There is not always a clear line between the services and interfaces that support clinical equipment [see Clause 1.1, Item (g)], and the clinical equipment itself.
ITU-T G.191 STL MANUAL - ITU-T SOFTWARE TOOL LIBRARY 2009 USER’S MANUAL Organization: ITU-T
Date: 2009-11-01
Description: For the Unix operating system, portability was verified for three workstation platforms: Sun Solaris 5.7 (SPARC or Intel CPUs, using gcc), HP 9000 Series 700 HP-UX 9.05 or 10.20 (using gcc), and Silicon Graphics.
CRC - HYBRID SPECT/CT IMAGING I - HYBRID SPECT/CT IMAGING IN CLINICAL PRACTICE Organization: CRC
Date: 2006-05-22
Description: First real image fusion was obtained by coregistering results of separately performed studies, usually nuclear medicine and computed tomography (CT), using dedicated software and workstations. Coregistration of functional and anatomic images is technically feasible and its clinical utility has been demonstrated in ‘‘fixed'' organs such as the brain, but is more difficult in other regions of the body.

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