Handbook: Validation in thermal analysis: collected applications
It is important to realise early in your project that if you are validating a computerised system, you do not just concentrate on the computer hardware and software. Validation encompasses more, as will be discussed within this handbook…
Validation is not just a matter of testing and calibrating the computerised system. There is a greater range of items to consider under the scope of validation. You could be subjected to regulatory action if you only qualify your instrument and do not validate the computerised system software.
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