Definitions for "Scoping"
A preliminary environmental assessment of the impact area, the likely impacts and the potential mitigation measures associated with a particular development.
The involvement of local government agencies and the general public in the production of an Environmental Impact Statement for a proposed project.
Analyzing alternative ways for conducting an evaluation. It is clarifying the validity of issues, the complexity of the assignment, the users of final reports, and the selection of team members to meet the needs of an evaluation. Scoping ends when a major go/no-go decision is made about whether to do the evaluation.
Process of defining and refining the scope of a DEIS and the alternatives to be investigated. The scoping process provides opportunities for input from the public.
Scoping is the process of determining who else is involved in a conflict and what their interests, needs, and positions are. It also involves the determination of external constraints that affect the situation and any other factors that define the conflict situation beyond one's own view of the conflict.
Defining the range of possibilities.
The first phase in Requirements Analysis. Requirements that are outside the scope of the system are eliminated. This corresponds to an initial partitioning step and it is closely related to the Operating Environment phase.
Placing restrictions on the resource description s imported by an import agent. The syntax used is the same as that for user searches.
Keywords:  delivery, phone, book, particular, area
The delivery area for a particular phone book.