Definitions for "Instrumentation"
The arrangement of a musical composition for performance by a number of different instruments; orchestration; instrumental composition; composition for an orchestra or military band.
The act or manner of playing upon musical instruments; performance; as, his instrumentation is perfect.
What musical instruments will be used for performance
Keywords:  screws, fusion, spine, rods, stability
The use of instruments in surgery that may include plating of screws for stabilization.
The use of instruments such as metal screws or braces during a surgical procedure to support bone as it heals.
Metal supports sometimes used in spinal fusions to help steady your/the spine while it fuses. Common types of support include plates, rods, or screws.
Devices installed on and within a dam to monitor cyclic or progressive changes during and after construction of the dam.
An arrangement of devices installed into or near dams (i.e., piezometers, inclinometer, strain gages, measurement points, etc.) and used to evaluate the structural behavior and performance parameters of the structure throughout its useful life. Intake Structure A structure on the upstream dam face for the purpose of directing water into a confined conduit and eventually to the turbines. The intake structure provides for the installation of trashracks and gates to control the water flow.
Keywords:  cobuild, sigist, gcssdt, mif, nibs
NIBS] The insertion of additional code into a program in order to collect information about program behavior during program execution. Useful for dynamic analysis techniques such as assertion checking, coverage analysis, tuning. [COBUILD] Instrumentation is a group or collection of instruments, usually ones that are part of the same machine. [ANSI] Devices or instructions installed or inserted into hardware or software to monitor the operation of a system or component. [BCS SIGIST] The insertion of additional code into the program in order to collect information about program behaviour during program execution. [NBS] The insertion of additional code into a program in order to collect information about program behavior during program execution. Useful for dynamic analysis techniques such as assertion checking, coverage analysis, tuning. [GCSSDT
Cumulative statistical information collected and stored in ascii format. Instrumentation is the recommended method for collecting profiling data.
Instrumentation is the general name for programs that provide the values for attributes in the MIF database. Instrumentation is provided in two ways: by runtime programs (programs that are run by the Service Provider to retrieve or set the value at the time the action is requested by a management application) and by direct interface (programs that are always running and linked into the Service Provider to provide the value on request).
A mechanism used to report data about the state of system hardware and software. WMI creates instrumentation by modeling the system using classes based on the Common Information Model (CIM). WMI in the .NET Framework creates instrumented classes by adding attributes.
The act of using instruments to measure or control the behavior of an object, as a patient in a hospital or a machine being tested while under development.
Any system of instruments and associated devices used for detecting, signaling, observing, measuring, controlling, or communicating attributes of a physical object or process.
The reliability of the instrument may change in calibration (if using a measuring device) or from change in human ability to measure differences (due to fatigue, experience, etc). A threat to internal validity
The term used to describe the use of hand held instruments during a debridement procedure in the dental office.
The displays on the dashboard that communicate information about the mechanical/electrical operation of the car to the driver.
an artifact (or system of artifacts) that is instrumental in accomplishing some end
The act of using or adapting as an instrument; a series or combination of instruments; means; agency.
The act of furnishing or attaching instruments to/
the act of providing or using the instruments needed for some implementation
Keywords:  canal, urine, tools, medical
Using medical tools within the urine canal.
The set of instruments included in a system; as, a harvester with modern instrumentation.