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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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It also spells out factors that provide a list of best practices for making patent assertions.
has announced that its BugScope Assertion Synthesis product was selected by Design Automation Conference (DAC) attendees as a top 5 pick in DeepChip's annual DAC Report.
The components are responsible for the other four assertions the auditors will be testing: completeness, ownership and rights, existence, and presentation and disclosure.
110 relates to the risk of material misstatement at the financial statement level, focusing on "overall responses" by the auditor; further audit procedures responsive to assessed risk at relevant assertion levels; evaluating the sufficiency and appropriateness of the audit evidence obtained; and documentation.
Present a written assertion about their effectiveness in either a separate report accompanying the auditor's report or a representation letter to the auditor.
Moreover, as a leader in the market, @HDL's support of a unified, assertion-based verification environment based on industry standard assertion languages, will shorten our design and verification cycle," stated Tetsuo Furuichi, Officer of MegaChips Corporation.
SAML consists of four interdependent specifications as described below (Note that SAML specifies core assertions and protocols in a single document.
Race as an interpersonal variable in negative assertion.
I offer no proofs for these assertions, and it may seem that none is appropriate because the assertions are so self-evident as to hardly admit of proof but seem rather to be direct consequences of definitions.
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.
Thus it also enables efficient debugging of assertions that are described hierarchically to ease assertion coding, understanding and reuse.
This Statement on Auditing Standards (SAS) provides guidance to auditors in planning and performing auditing procedures for assertions about derivative instruments, hedging activities, and investments in securities(2) that are made in an entity's financial statements.
Examination of relevant documentation that the sales took place for most other key assertions.