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a declaration that is made emphatically (as if no supporting evidence were necessary)

the act of affirming or asserting or stating something

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This new law prohibits bad-faith assertions and creates remedies for violations.
NextOp's BugScope assertion synthesis is the first product to automatically generate whitebox assertions and functional coverage properties in SVA, PSL and Verilog formats.
The program managers and item managers then complete the five relative assertions and forward the assertion packages up the chain of command for validation, until ultimately the component acquisition executives validate the information and forward it to their respective component assistant secretaries for financial management and comptroller.
The assertions assigned by categories are also called "relevant assertions.
The auditor cannot accept management's responsibility to reach conclusions on the effectiveness of the entity's controls nor can management base its assertion about the controls design and operating effectiveness on the results of the auditor's tests.
Powerful debugging features have been added to allow a unified assertion-based verification environment for OpenVera Assertions and Accellera Sugar Assertions, with support for analysis of both simulation and model checking.
An "authority" is a process that makes assertions about subjects.
Dysfunctional cognitions and the effectiveness of skills and cognitive-behavioral assertion training.
Her assertion that people came to see the human body as the source of disease and that this understanding, as much as the psychological reaction against industrialization, was significant in the acceptance of hygiene rituals is equally plausible.
If not, which of the three assertions do you think should be repudiated?
Yet, for this reader at least, too much of her book is taken up with highly abstract assertions about multiplicity, ambiguity, destabilization, or absence of meaning as values in themselves - opposed to "lucid truth" (57), "transcendent meaning" (58), a "single authoritative historically correct meaning" (74), "utterly fixed and certain" meanings (79).
Proponents make many assertions about the positive effects of vouchers for private school.
2 sp1 includes full support for Xilinx[R] SecureIP, IEEE VHDL/Verilog[R] encrypted IP and an enhanced Assertions bundle option.
Working with the military departments and defense agencies, the P & E Policy Office developed a recommended approach for completing the assertions.
Sherinsky added that the guidance will help practitioners who, with limited knowledge of derivatives and hedging, may be asked by their clients to audit financial statements containing assertions about such products.