Process

An organized set of activities.

Process

the operation of some factor or factors that produce a particular relationship among observations (Wiens 1989a:19).
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Process

A process is a bony projection, like a neural spine .
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process

[n] - a sustained phenomenon or one marked by gradual changes through a series of states 2. [n] - a mental process that you are not directly aware of 3. [n] - the performance of some composite cognitive activity 4. [n] - a natural prolongation or projection from a part of an organism either animal or plant 5. [v] - deal with ...
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process

A description of a system. None, one or many users may be involved. The focus is on how the system operates, not on what users do. See also procedure.
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Process

The injection moulding environment consisting of input variables such as temperature, pressure, injection rates and time that are controlled to fill the mould while optimizing the tradeoffs between cosmetics and dimensional accuracy
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Process

A single instance of a program running on a system.
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Process

Process: In anatomy, a process is a projection from a structure. The process of the mandible is the part of the lower jaw that projects forward. In a more general sense, a process is a series of actions or events that are part of a system or of a development, particularly one characterized by gradual changes that lead toward a particular result. Fo...
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Process

The document commencing a claim or subsequent action
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Process

Proc'ess noun [ French procès , Latin processus . See Proceed .] 1. The act of proceeding; continued forward movement; procedure; progress; advance. 'Long process of time.' Milton. « The thoughts of men are widened with the process of the suns...
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process

<chemistry> A change from one state to another. ... (09 Jan 1998) ...
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process

physical process noun a sustained phenomenon or one marked by gradual changes through a series of states; `events now in process`; `the process of calcification begins later for boys than for girls`
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process

outgrowth noun a natural prolongation or projection from a part of an organism either animal or plant; `a bony process`
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process

cognitive process noun (psychology) the performance of some composite cognitive activity; an operation that affects mental contents; `the process of thinking`; `the cognitive operation of remembering`
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process

noun a mental process that you are not directly aware of; `the process of denial`
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process

verb march in a procession; `They processed into the dining room`
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process

see 'stochastic process' Contexts: statistics
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process

(pros´әs) (pro´sәs) a prominence or projection, as from a bone. a series of operations or events leading to achievement of a specific result.
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Process

• (n.) A series of actions, motions, or occurrences; progressive act or transaction; continuous operation; normal or actual course or procedure; regular proceeding; as, the process of vegetation or decomposition; a chemical process; processes of nature. • (n.) A statement of events; a narrative. • (n.) The whole course of proceedings...
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process

(from the article `laws, conflict of`) Even if a civil action can be properly brought before a court having jurisdiction, international aspects may have an impact on the course of the ... In a criminal proceeding, there are fewer complications caused by foreign elements than there are in civil proceedings, usually because the defendant ...
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process

(from the article `thermodynamics`) ...in one of the state functions, such as the temperature by adding heat or the volume by moving the piston. A sequence of one or more such steps ...
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Process

(from the article `Boyle, Kay`) ...firsthand portrait of the expatriate writers in Paris during the 1920s. Words That Must Somehow Be Said: Selected Essays of Kay Boyle, 1927–1984 ...
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Process

A projection from the main structure.
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Process

[music] ===Lar Gibbon=== Category:Featured picture nominations Category:Featured picture nominations/April 2007 ...
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Process

the operation of some factor or factors that produce a particular relationship among observations (Wiens 1989a:19).
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