- a verifying or being verified; establishment or confirmation of the truth or accuracy of a fact, theory, etc.
- Law a statement at the end of a pleading to the effect that the pleader is ready to prove his or her allegations
Origin of verificationMiddle French verificacion from Medieval Latin verificatio
- The act of verifying or the state of being verified.
- Law a. A sworn statement attesting to the truth of the facts in a document.b. A sworn statement attesting that a pleading is true to the best of one's knowledge.
- The act of verifying.
- The state of being verified.
- Confirmation; authentication.
- The detective needs verification of your whereabouts last night.
- (law) A formal phrase used in concluding a plea, to denote confirmation by evidence.
- (mathematics) The operation of testing the equation of a problem, to see whether it truly expresses the conditions of the problem.
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verification - Computer Definition
Confirmation by examining and providing objective evidence that specified requirements have been fulfilled. In a software development environment, specifically, software verification is confirmation that the output of a particular phase of software development meets all of the input requirements for that phase of development. Whereas validation is the demonstration that, say, the software implements each of the software requirements correctly and completely (that is, that the right product was built), verification is the act of ensuring that the products of a given development phase fully implement the inputs to that phase (that is, the software product was built right).
See Also: Validation.
CriTech Research, Inc. Verification and Validation. [Online, January 2002.] CriTech Research Website. http://www.critech.com/vv.htm.
verification - Legal Definition