Definitions for "Arbiter"
A person appointed, or chosen, by parties to determine a controversy between them.
Any person who has the power of judging and determining, or ordaining, without control; one whose power of deciding and governing is not limited.
someone chosen to judge and decide a disputed issue
Arbiter is a ceremonial and political rank bestowed upon special Covenant Elites in the fictional Halo universe. The current Arbiter is one of the protagonists in Halo 2.
Keywords:  rtf, tester, parsed, glossary, drum
Document based acceptance tester. Similar to FIT in goal. Manages requirements documents in Word or RTF format that are created jointly by customer and developer. Requirements are parsed to extract a glossary and test suite.
For more information go to Drum Master Glossary B
a component of a memory controller or other device, which is responsible for the ordering of commands or requests before they are forwarded to a receiving device
A device that evaluates pending requests from agents for access to a common resource and grants this resource to a master based on a specific algorithm.
Arbiters are electronic devices used in asynchronous circuits to order computational activities for shared resources; they prevent two operations from occurring at once when they should not. They are required in computers which have multiple CPUs or other devices accessing memory, and have more than one clock. It is then possible for requests from two unsynchronized sources to come in at nearly the same time.
Keywords:  chess, enforcement, rules
Chess has Arbiters for the enforcement of the rules.
To act as arbiter between.
Arbiters act can act as mediators or court-appointed referees to determine the answer to question.
someone with the power to settle matters at will; "she was the final arbiter on all matters of fashion"
Keywords:  controller, see