GIGO


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GIGO

phr. garbage in, garbage out. (see also DIDO.) The program failed, and I know it’s my fault. You know, GIGO.
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To zero in on process-related GIGO pitfalls, we began by assuming that all materials, as initially received, are in acceptable, in-spec condition.
The old computing GIGO rule (garbage in/garbage out) holds firm across the entire technology spectrum.
Common sense tells us that this "Deviant" is a mere variation on the most commonly known computer anecdote (often abbreviated GIGO, but that is only one of its meanings), which is central to one of the themes in the story.
In visioning, as in so many other processes, the GIGO (garbage in, garbage out) principle prevails.
As my friends in information management are fond of saying, GIGO -- garbage in, garbage out.
A test engineer at the Lockheed Missiles Space Center, Sunnyvale, CA, is worried about bureaucracy impending high technology: "Most computer systems are poorly implemented and overly worshipped for their GIGO (garbage in, garbage out) reports.
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