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  • 181 Process control block — A Process Control Block (PCB, also called Task Control Block or Task Struct) is a data structure in the operating system kernel containing the information needed to manage a particular process. The PCB is the manifestation of a process in an… …

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  • 182 Process Development Execution System — A Process Development Execution System (PDES) is a system, which is used by companies to perform development activities for high tech manufacturing processes. A PDES is similar to a Manufacturing Execution System (MES) in several aspects. The… …

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  • 183 Process theory of composition — The process theory of composition (hereafter referred to as process ) is a field of composition studies that focuses on writing as a process rather than a product. Based on Janet Emig s breakdown of the writing process, [Emig, Janet. The… …

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  • 184 Process identifier — In computing, the process identifier (normally referred to as the process ID or just PID) is a number used by some operating system kernels (such as that of UNIX, Mac OS X or Windows NT) to uniquely identify a process.In Unix like operating… …

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  • 185 Process Window Index — The Process Window Index is a quantifiable, reproducible, statistical measure of how well a thermal profile performs relative to critical process limits. Every thermal profile is ranked on the basis of how it fits within the process window. The… …

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  • 186 Process-data diagram — A process data diagram is a diagram that describes processes and data that act as output of these processes. On the left side the meta process model can be viewed and on the right side the meta concept model can be viewed. A process data diagram… …

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  • 187 Process and Reality — In philosophy, especially metaphysics, the book Process and Reality , by Alfred North Whitehead, sets out its author s philosophy of organism, also called process philosophy. The book, published in 1929, is a revision of the Gifford Lectures he… …

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  • 188 Process (systems engineering) — See also Process (disambiguation). CPRET Systems engineering CPRET A Process Definition according to AFIS (Association Française d Ingénierie Système) dedicated to SE and open to all domains. IntroductionThe System Engineering normative documents …

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  • 189 Process corners — In semiconductor manufacturing, a process corner is an example of a design of experiments (DoE) technique that refers to a variation of fabrication parameters used in applying an integrated circuit design to a semiconductor wafer. Process corners …

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  • 190 Process (philosophy) — In philosophy and systems theory, basic processes, or logical homologies as they were termed by Ludwig von Bertalanffy, are unifying principles which operate in many different systemic contexts. For example, feedback is a principle that figures… …

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  • 191 Process consultant — In organization development, a process consultant is a facilitator who helps a group deal with issues involving the process in a meeting, rather than the tasks. He or she is a specialized type of consultant. Role in Small Group DevelopmentA… …

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  • 192 Process safety — The area of process safety focuses on preventing fires, explosions and accidental chemical releases in chemical process facilities. Process safety is distinguished from matters of worker s health and safety issues (ie. limitations on particles or …

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  • 193 Process owner — Within Business Process Management or Business Process Improvementthe process owner is the person who co ordinates the various functions and work activities at all levels of a process. This person usually has the authority or ability to make… …

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  • 194 Process improvement — In organizational development (OD), Process improvement is a series of actions taken to identify, analyze and improve existing processes within an organization to meet new goals and objectives. These actions often follow a specific methodology or …

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  • 195 Process agent — A process agent is a representative upon whom court papers may be served. They typically represent carriers or freight forwarders, as a process agent can act to serve as a point of contact and a legal address for contract purposes in a country… …

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  • 196 Process (science) — In science, a process is every sequence of changes of a real object/body which is observable using scientific method. Therefore, all sciences analyze and model processes . Processes are always properties of dynamic systems, they are characterized …

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  • 197 Process (anatomy) — In anatomy, a process (Latin: processus ) is a projection or outgrowth of tissue from a larger body.ExamplesExamples of processes include: *the mastoid process *the xyphoid process *the acromion process *the spinous process extends from rearward… …

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  • 198 Process Performance Management — Das Process Performance Management (deutsch: Prozess Leistungs Management) ist eine Ausprägung des Performance Managements. Basierend auf den Überlegungen William E. Demings zum Qualitätsmanagement und zu der prozessorientierten, kontinuierlichen …

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  • 199 Process-Performance-Management — Das Process Performance Management (deutsch: Prozess Leistungs Management) ist eine Ausprägung des Performance Managements. Basierend auf den Überlegungen William E. Demings zum Qualitätsmanagement und zu der prozessorientierten, kontinuierlichen …

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  • 200 process of foreign attachment — Trustee Trus*tee , n. (Law) A person to whom property is legally committed in trust, to be applied either for the benefit of specified individuals, or for public uses; one who is intrusted with property for the benefit of another; also, a person… …

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