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Acceptance Test Procedure (ATP)

An acceptance test procedure (ATP) is a set of test criteria that a product must meet in order to be accepted by a customer, user, or other stakeholder. ATP criteria are usually specified in a contract or agreement between the parties involved. The purpose of an ATP is to ensure that the product meets the agreed-upon requirements and functions as expected. ATPs are typically developed during the early stages of product development, before actual testing begins. They may also be known as "acceptance criteria" or "test conditions."

An acceptance test procedure (ATP) is a set of test criteria that a product must meet in order to be accepted by a customer, user, or other stakeholder.

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