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International Vocabulary of basic and general terms in Metrology.
WebOps™ is short for "Web-based interactive training workshOps".
highly interactive and customized to the particular clients needs, with the objective of providing training as needed, while completing actual work as delineated on the client submitted "Task List". Sort of a combination of training customized to the needs of the participants, along with guidance and hands-on completion of tasks needing performed by the laboratory; a modernized variation of OJT (On the Job Training).
WebOps™ mirrors the use of "Webinar" which is short for "Web-based seminar".
WebOps™ differ from Webinars, in numerous ways;
Set of values of measurands for which the error of a measuring instrument is intended to lie specified limits.
Standard normally used routinely to calibrate or check material measures, measuring instruments reference materials.
World Trade Organisation.