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.
A series of linked steps necessary to accomplish work. A process turns inputs, such as information or raw materials, into outputs, like products, services, and reports.
The steps involved in accomplishing a task.
A series of actions, changes, or functions bringing about a result
One or a series of defined steps or operations to accomplish a set purpose.
aggregate of procedural steps to achieve a desirable end. Process refers to the way something is done, as opposed to what was done.
A definition for an automated workflow consisting of steps, including the actions the workflow should take at each step, and the rules the workflow should use to proceed to the next step.
a course of action or procedure.116
A series of actions, changes or functions that achieve an end or result.
The collection of steps required to perform the installation, update, add-on, and patch activities The Process is divided into Tasks. Tasks are divided into Activities. Activities are divided into Steps.
A natural phenomenon marked by gradual changes that lead towards a particular result a series of actions which produce a change or development.
A series of operations performed in the making or treatment of a product.
the method a student employs in her work, usually involving a number of steps or operations. A systematic series of actions directed toward some end. Students should be able to articulate how they utilized the research process.
The stages or phases of how something is done or works, either business or technical systems, involving the actions of more than one person, unit or department. ** A system of operations in the production of something. A series of actions, changes, or functions that bring about an end result.
approach means a method of categorizing food operations into one of three modes: a. Process number one: Food preparation with no cook step wherein ready-to-eat food is stored, prepared, and served; b. Process number two: Food preparation for same day service wherein food is stored, prepared, cooked, and served; or c. Process number three: Complex food preparation wherein food is stored, prepared, cooked, cooled, reheated, hot held, and served.
A (partially) ordered set of steps, intended to accomplish specified objective(s).
Progressive course(s), a series of changes, a method of creating.
A series of steps or actions to accomplish something.
An artist's investigation, or the steps the artist takes to make a work of art, processes differ widely from artist to artist.
A series of actions (or activities) that transforms inputs (or resources) into a desired product, service, or outcome.
a series of actions, taking place in a planned manner, that produce a change or development, especially a series of regular operations in manufacture
A set of parallel and/or serial logical work steps that are connected in support of a work objective. [Source: Workflow Management Coalition
A planned series of actions that advances a procedure from one stage of completion to another. A process always has an input and an output.
value-added actions or tasks linked together with the purpose of supporting the schoolâ€(tm)s goals. Generally, processes involve people, strategies, and resources in a deï¬ned series of steps and actions.
A series of actions performed in sequence usually toward a desired measurable result. We believe processes can be managed and/or lead but it is important that they be specific activities. A process does not necessarily have to begin at the top of an enterprise as programs, systems, and procedures must always do.
A sequence of steps, tasks, or activities that converts inputs from suppliers to an output. A work process should add value to the inputs by changing them or using them to produce something new.
A series of actions that add value to a final result
A series of steps, used to complete a work task.
A goal-directed, interrelated series of actions, events, mechanisms, or steps.
A process is a series of steps, or work items, that can be completed by participants using an application.
A course of action to achieve a goal.
A systematic and defined method of doing something. A process generally involves a number of steps or operations.
In manufacturing a process is a continuous action, operation, or series of changes taking place in a definite manner: The automobile assembly line is a process.
The method, or step-by-step description, of how a task or activity is to be done.
A collection of activities that yield a result, product, or service; usually a continuous operation. A series of actions or operations designed to achieve an end.
A connected series of actions, activities, Changes etc. performed by agents with the intent of satisfying a purpose or achieving a goal.
A series of actions to produce a goal.
may be used to refer to a process step or process flow depending on the context.
A particular method of doing something, generally involving a number of steps or operations.
(1) A thread of control in an operating system; that is, a mechanism in an operating system that can execute a series of steps. Some operating systems use the terms job or task. A process normally has its own private memory area in which it runs.
The task executing on a given processor at a given time.
A method of making something, a process of operating something or a process of using something. Under U.S. law, this is one of the statutory classes of inventions.
The document commencing a claim or subsequent action
A systematic series of actions directed to some end. A series of progressive and interdependent steps by which an end is attained. A method of conducting affairs.
A series of actions or operations leading to a definite end.
Procedure in course of which certain actions are supposed to happen. NephroLogicCare implements and may enforce processes. Typically processes can be fractionized into different tasks.