Reliable analytical data are a prerequisite for correct interpretation of toxicological findings in the evaluation of scientific studies, as well as in daily routine work.
Unreliable analytical data might not only be contested in court, but could also lead to unjustified legal consequences for the defendant or to wrong treatment of the patient.
Therefore, new analytical methods to be used in forensic and/or clinical toxicology require careful method development and thorough validation of the final method.
In modeling and simulation, verification techniques are used to analyze the state of the model.The idea is to fail as quickly as possible in the event of an error. It's a reasonable policy for a class to skip validating arguments of © 2017 Hirondelle Systems | Source Code | Contact | License | RSS Individual code snippets can be used under this BSD license - Last updated on September 21, 2013.Note: the code samples in this README use the Meteor 1.3 import/export syntax, but this package works great in Meteor 1.2 as well.Verification is completed by different methods with the focus of comparing different aspects of the executable model with the conceptual model.The first lines of a method are usually devoted to checking the validity of method arguments.