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test bed

1. An environment used exclusively for testing. The phrase can refer to a software program or to a physical location outfitted with instruments. Please use the app in this test bed, and let us know if it crashes. I've been in the test bed all day, but everything seems to be working properly now.
2. A frame or base that has an engine or other piece of equipment attached to it for testing purposes. How is the test bed working today? Any progress?
See also: bed, test
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The test beds programme has enabled ground-breaking digital innovations to transform the lives of patients with dementia, diabetes and mental illness.
Engineers from Kaspersky Lab will be able to conduct a variety of realistic offensive and defensive experiments on the test bed with KICS.
The test bed will initially consist of six centres of excellence at IDA facilities, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, the Steinbuch Centre for Computing of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, HP Labs, Intel Research and Yahoo
The test bed will initially consist of six eIucenters of excellenceeIN at IDA facilities, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, the Steinbuch Centre for Computing of the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, HP Labs, Intel Research and Yahoo
The test bed will leverage Yahoo's technical exertise in open source projects by running Apache Hadoop--an open source, distributed computing project of the Apache Software Foundation-and other open source, distributed software such as PIG, the parallel programming language developed by Yahoo Research.
For Test Bed it has recruited eight artists who have been given a free hand to make their individual contributions, though connections with the location and its residents provide a unifying theme.
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Three members of the wireless networking community have now been cleared to receive federal funds for the development of new test bed facilities for wireless systems.
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These computer resources at the ARC provide a multiple test bed environment to support the research and development activities within the Missile Defense Agency and military services.
NIST is developing a test bed, data transport system, and metrics to support the development by industry of Smart Work Spaces.
The showdown in the domain name system political struggle has been postponed for a while, as many suspected it would be, as Network Solutions Inc and the Department of Commerce came to an agreement Friday on an extension to the test bed period that introduced competition into the domain name registration market.
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Cubic Corporation today announced that its Cubic Transportation Systems (CTS) business division won a major transport industry award in Australia for the worlds largest transport management test bed, Australian Integrated Multimodal Ecosystem (AIMES), in which Cubic plays a major role.