subaction

Related to subaction: took over, finalised

subaction

(sʌbˈækʃən)
n
obsolete an act of subduing
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Contract awarded for Acquisition of aqs 106 services / gebalis / 2017 - global contract management, Including supervision and coordination of safety at work and other services, Of the contract 10 / gebalis / 2016 - reconstruction and conservation works in the county district, Lots 561, 568 , 569, 570, 571 and 572 - cp 398 / cm / 2015, Action no 8, Subaction no.
The national strategy has 12 strategic objectives based on international conventions and agreements ratified by Lebanon, and each has its own subaction plan, with a specific set of operational objectives and indicators for measuring progress.
Formally, we say that two ordered complex actions interleave if at least one of the subactions of the first action occurs after some subaction of the second action.
These works can be interpreted both as taking shifts of finite type as a model and subaction projections as a computing process or sofic shifts as a model and projective subdynamics as a process.
These researchers generate pointing gestures as a subaction of the rhetorical action of labeling, as in, "This is a hotel," which is in turn a subaction of the action of elaboration.
When the lieutenant issues the command to secure the area (utterance U11), the sergeant recognizes the command as referring to a subaction of Render Aid in the current task model (Task 2).
It also involves establishing subordinate plans for each subaction in the recipe.
We paraphrase their definition as follows: Two agents have a shared plan to do action A if and only if for each subaction involved in doing A:
If there are several ways to accomplish a task, one can be attempted as a subaction, and, if that aborts, another can be tried without having to abort the entire computation.
When a complex, skilled performance is in progress, we quickly and fairly automatically choose subactions as ways of performing the whole, rapidly adjusting our performance to the circumstance in an exercise of continuous rational control over our behavior.
The Activity Theory provides the concepts of actions, subactions and operations to describe the internal behavior of the subjects in order to achieve activity success.
Through each of these actions, the user is guided by submenus showing only the subactions allowed in a given situation.