Analyze. In the event of any failure to satisfy any of the service levels set forth herein, the Contractor shall promptly perform a root cause analysis to determine the cause of the failure and formulate an appropriate plan to prevent failures in the future. The Contractor shall deliver such plan to the State within ten (10) days of such failure. Based upon the Analysis, the parties will agree as to the responsible party(ies) and implement corrective action and update lessons learned to minimize any future risk of this issue reoccurring.
Analyze. The collected data must be analyzed, or interpreted, in order to be useful. Data by themselves are just a collection of facts, which might not be meaningful. Observation gathers data, surveying asks questions, and experimentation tests cause and effect. SOURCE: IM:010 SOURCE: IM LAP 10—Seek and Find (Marketing Research)
Analyze. EMKS is focused on continually assessing, analyzing, evaluating, and improving (IT) IV&V testing capabilities and services. We work to ensure that standardization and QA processes are used in support of each Florida (IT) IV&V project. Our PM, IV&V Analysts, and SME resources serve as process consultants and experts to help project teams understand the various testing processes and how they are performed throughout the software development lifecycle (SDLC) and Software Acquisition, Configuration, and Implementation (SACI) phases. Our resources work closely with the Customer’s project teams and stakeholders to support the day-to-day IV&V services and provide structure to assist in the strategic and tactical planning necessary to accomplish the project’s goals. We coordinate with the Customer on drafting the (IT) IV&V Management Plan and IV&V schedule to provide testing environment supports and services in a manner that promotes a smooth flow of projects while ensuring effective resource distribution. This work reflects the project planning assessment findings, which enable us to create a reliable schedule, monitor priorities, identify potential changes, and act when necessary to implement those changes. Our (IT) IV&V assessment process is used to identify and analyze technical risk sources and relationships. Technical risks are those that may prevent the product from performing as intended or failing to meet performance expectations. Technical risks can be internally or externally generated and typically emanate from areas such as requirements, project planning, technology, engineering, integration, test, quality, logistics, and training. We document and communicate assessment findings to decision makers in an accurate, timely, complete, and relevant manner for their awareness. This allows them the time and information needed to determine and implement any necessary next steps or risk mitigation strategies. Furthermore, each functional requirement/use case will be analyzed qualitatively for performance, maturity of technology, complexity, testability, system characterization, and safety.
Analyze starts the analytical engine for the current position. The analysis is displayed in the Engine tab below the Tree window.
Analyze. Launches the analytical program for the position after the selected move from the tree. This window properties – equivalent to pressing the Properties button on the Opening Table toolbar (see below) List (Games from statistics) window, Analysis (Engine) window B elow the Tree window you can find the List window (Games from statistics). The Opening Table mode is actually an advanced means of access to information stored in databases; it is a powerful extension of the Tree mode. When you replay the lines of the Table, you can see that the list of games from the opened database automatically appears in this window. If necessary, click the Show games button on the Opening Table toolbar to display the list. Here we find an example of the most important function of the chess tree realized, the accelerated access to databases. If you double-click any item in this list, this will open the View mode for the selected game. Use this option to observe how the game may evolve in a selected variation. The Games from the statistics window also have their local menu, similar to the Table window local menu. The Games from the statistics window is actually a docked window with several tabs; one of them is entitled Games from the statistics. Another tab appears when you click the button with the eye icon on Rybka & Chess Openings 2009’s toolbar (or hit spacebar on your keyboard). This tab is called Engine; it is used to display the variations that the default analytical engine calculates for the position from the Table. There are two buttons in this tab; one of them allows you to insert the engine variation into the game and another one exits the analysis . The first button instantly adds the engine’s variation into the Variations window, the second stops the analysis. Both tabs of this window are shown in the picture below. Both these tabs have their own local menus. While the local menu for the Games from statistics tab is the same as the local menu for the Table window, the local menu for the Engine tab includes two commands – Exit analysis and Add variation to my variations. These commands are equivalent to pressing the corresponding buttons of the Engine tab – the first one interrupts the analysis and the second one inserts the most recent engine variation into the Variations window.