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Verify or verification may refer to:
- Verification and validation, in engineering or quality management systems, it is the act of reviewing, inspecting or testing, in order to establish and document that a product, service or system meets regulatory or technical standards.
- Verification (spaceflight), in the space systems engineering area, covers the processes of qualification and acceptance
- Verification theory, philosophical theory relating the meaning of a statement to how it is verified
- Third-party verification, use of an independent organization to verify the identity of a customer
- Forecast verification, verifying prognostic output from a numerical model
- Punched card verification, a data entry step performed after keypunching on a separate, keyboard-equipped machine, such the IBM 056 Verifier.
- Verification and validation (software)
- CAPTCHA, device to verify that a user of a web-site is human to prevent automated abuse
- File verification, checking the formal correctness or integrity of a file
- Speech verification, checking of the correct speaking of given sentences
- Verify (DOS command)
- Software development
- Formal verification, mathematical proof of the correctness of algorithms
- Intelligent verification, automatically adapts the testbench to changes in RTL
- Runtime verification, during execution
- Software verification, An overview of techniques for verifying software
- Circuit development
- Functional verification of design of digital hardware
- Analog verification, applies to analog or mixed-signal hardware
- Physical verification, design of a circuit
- Testing to confirm that the system, subsystem, or component meets documented requirements or specifications levied on the design
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