Correctness

  • (noun): Conformity to fact or truth.
    Synonyms: rightness
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on correctness:

Approaches To Formal Verification - Formal Verification For Software
... functions' specifications, and type-checking the code establishes its correctness against those specifications ... from functional specifications by a series of correctness-preserving steps ... is the Bird-Meertens Formalism, and this approach can be seen as another form of correctness by construction ...
Sieve Of Sundaram - Correctness
... An odd integer is excluded from the final list if and only if it is of the form 2(i + j + 2ij) + 1, and we have 2(i + j + 2ij) + 1 = 2i + 2j + 4ij + 1 = (2i + 1)(2j + 1) ... So, an odd integer is excluded from the final list if and only if it has a factorization of the form (2i + 1)(2j + 1) — which is to say, if it has a non-trivial odd factor ...
Canadian Administrative Law - Substantive Review - Standards of Review - Correctness
... Correctness is the least deference that court can give an ADM ... Certain matters have been held by the court to always warrant a correctness standard questions of constitutional law and division of powers, a "true question of jurisdiction" (in determining whether an ...
Loop Variant - Rule of Inference For Total Correctness
... we have demonstrated above, recall that in Floyd–Hoare logic, the rule for expressing the partial correctness of a while loop is where I is the invariant, C is the condition, and S is the body of the loop ... To express total correctness, we write instead where, in addition, V is the variant, and by convention the unbound symbol z is taken to be universally quantified ...

More definitions of "correctness":

  • (noun): Conformity to social expectations.

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