Definitions for "Dispatching"
The control of product flow in a system involving the assignment of load to the various sources of supply to meet the desired objectives.
The scheduling and control of truck pickup and delivery.
the scheduling and control of trucks for pickup and delivery or travel between major terminals.
The selecting and sequencing of available jobs to be run at individual workstations and the assignment of these jobs to workers.
use your DT Throttle to set up a loco or consist you want to be run by an operator on a Utility throttle (or BT2 Buddy throttle) and then using couple of keystrokes, dispatch the loco from the DT Throttle and acquire it on the Utility Throttle or BT2. This feature may also be used by operators who wish to use a fairly strict dispatch discipline in their operating sessions.
Choosing which operation to perform at run-time, based on some characteristics of the operands. In Ada, dispatching occurs when a primitive operation of a tagged type has passed an operand that is of a class-wide type; the “type-tag” identifies at run-time the specific type whose primitive subprogram will be called.
The communication of a management request from the Master Agent to one or more subagents. Dispatching is performed according to the Master Agent's current view of registered subtrees and an explicitly stated algorithm.
Available Communications provides service that allows customer to be contacted or information dispatched when the criteria is met.
The process of sending an input event to the client to which it is addressed.
The process of issuing ACTIONS to SERVERS for execution