The process of identifying contributors by determining their addresses, occupations, employers, economic interests, political and ideological affiliations, and spouses and children who may have contributed.
USCIS requires prospective adoptive parent(s) and all adults 18 years of age or older living in the home of the prospective adoptive parent(s) to be fingerprinted in order to conduct FBI criminal background checks. A Form I-600 will not be approved without FBI fingerprints. A $70 fee for each adult must be submitted with a Form I-600A or I-600. Remember, fingerprints are valid for 15 months.
Printers 'fingerprint' their presses with a variety of different papers. In fact, they often have specific performance data for the combination of paper, press, and pre-press techniques being used. Printers can be invaluable in helping specify a sheet.
The technique used to determine information about computer systems or networks including operating system, applications being used, version numbers; to help an attacker find the vulnerability of the system that can use to perform the attack.
Calibrating each printhead and die cutting unit in order to correct any deviation from 100% accuracy. Any deviation that cannot be corrected being allowed for in origination and the setting of standards.
A common term for methods that allow the rapid identification of particular types of bacteria (also known as "typing"). For example, plasmid fingerprinting involves determining the number and types of plasmids in a particular strain of bacteria.