My travels with the Naval Safety Center survey team has shown that 90 percent of the commands we look at are not using the Unique Identifier System as required.
What does UI stand for?
UI stands for Unique Identifier
This definition appears very frequently
See other definitions of UI
We have 13 other meanings of UI in our Acronym Attic
- Unalaska Island (Alaska)
- Under Instruction
- Under the Influence
- Undergraduate Instructor (education)
- Unemployment Initial (DOL)
- Unemployment Insurance
- Unidad Internacional (Spanish: International Unit; measurement)
- Unidentified Individual (courts)
- Unión Interparlamentaria (Spanish)
- Union Interparlementaire
Samples in periodicals archive:
3 billion unique identifiers in the original system.
They didn't find anything malicious, but a surprising number of the programs used unique identifiers such as the phone's IMEI (International Mobile Equipment Identity) number — sometimes without obtaining permission to do so from the user.
This information would be linked to individual students through a unique identifier.
The library also uses file compression technology to yield unique identifiers and "rigorous audit trails" that record what happens to the files over the decades.
Each access point in a wireless network is programmed with a unique identifier known as a Service Set Identifier (SSID).
National Provider Identifier: Standards are being developed by HHS for health care providers to obtain a unique identifier when filing electronic claims with public and private insurance programs.
Built-in windows made of the material would endow items with unique identifiers that are almost impossible to tamper with or copy, says co-inventor Ravikanth S.