An act of describing or identifying something precisely or of stating a precise requirement
give a full specification of the job advertised
there was no clear specification of objectives
A detailed description of the design and materials used to make something
A standard of workmanship, materials, etc., required to be met in a piece of work
everything was built to a higher specification
A description of an invention accompanying an application for a patent
a detailed description of design criteria for a piece of work
(patent law) a document drawn up by the applicant for a patent of invention that provides an explicit and detailed description of the nature and use of an invention
stipulation: a restriction that is insisted upon as a condition for an agreement
In computer science, a formal specification is a mathematical description of software or hardware that may be used to develop an implementation. It describes what the system should do, not (necessarily) how the system should do it. ...
Specification is a legal concept adopted from Roman law. It is a derivative mode of acquisition, since it involves deriving rights over objects that are subject to pre-existing rights of ownership. ...
In regression analysis and related fields such as econometrics, specification is the process of converting a theory into a regression model. This process consists of selecting an appropriate functional form for the model and choosing which variables to include. ...
A specification is an explicit set of requirements to be satisfied by a material, product, or service. Should a material, product or service fail to meet one or more of the applicable specifications, it may be referred to as being out of specification;
the abbreviation OOS may also be used.
(specifications) A set of requirements defining an exact description of an object or a process
(Specifications) is a clear and accurate description of the technical requirements for a material, product or service, including the procedure by which it will be determined that the requirement have been met. ...
(2. SPECIFICATIONS) 2.1 The quantity, quality and description of the Goods and the Services shall, subject as provided in these Conditions, be as specified in the Purchase Order and/or in any applicable Specification supplied by the Buyer to the Supplier or agreed in writing by the Buyer.
(SPECIFICATIONS) The written or printed direction regarding the details of a building or other construction not included in the set of working drawings.
(SPECIFICATIONS) A statement of particulars of a given job as to size of buildings, quality and performance of men and materials to be used, and terms of the contract, etc.
(SPECIFICATIONS) A detailed itemized description of the plans, materials, dimensions and all other requirements proposed for the installation of the equipment.
(Specifications) Descriptions, in words, of the materials to be used and the quality expected; can be either on the plans or as a separate document if they will complicate the drawing.
(Specifications) tolerances, limiting values and other defining characteristics for materials, products, services, processes, systems or persons, contained within the provisions of a standard.
(6. Specifications) Products are built to rigorous standards and continually improving. Specifications therefore change without notice.
(Specifications) Written directions/requirements pertaining to the materials to be provided and to the method and manner of performing the Work.
(Specifications) The criteria for participants to be selected for inclusion in a focus group, involving their demographic characteristics, product usage, product awareness, and so on. ...
(Specifications) or Specs is the list of methods, materials, colors, allowances, model numbers and other details that supplement the plans to a building.
(Specifications) The written requirements for materials, equipment, construction systems and standards.
(Specifications) A precise description of a print order.
(Specifications) A detailed statement of the quantity and type of material to be used in the construction of a garage door system
(Specifications) The documents that prescribe the requirements with which the product or service has to conform. Note: A specification would refer to or include drawings, patterns or other relevant documents and should also indicate the means and the criteria whereby conformity can be checked.
(Specifications [Applies to Park Roads/FLHP Projects]) The compilation of provisions and requirements for the performance of the prescribed work.