flow diagram


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Noun1.flow diagram - a diagram of the sequence of operations in a computer program or an accounting systemflow diagram - a diagram of the sequence of operations in a computer program or an accounting system
multidimensional language - a programming language whose expressions are assembled in more than one dimension
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flow diagram

ndiagramma m di flusso, organigramma m
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The process flow diagram of CDU/VDU-6 has been selected in such a way that with further deepening of processing it will ensure provision of raw materials for all installations of the Oil Refining and Petrochemical Plants Complex.
The PRISMA guidelines consist of a four-phase flow diagram and a 27-item checklist.
We included a PRISMA flow diagram (Figure 1) in the first version of the manuscript.
For the EGHR FMA project, identifying an appropriate set of functions required an iterative process of working back and forth between several versions of the boundary diagram and state flow diagram. The complexity of these diagrams is related to the detail level of the functions, and vice versa.
Hence, the system dynamics flow diagram is established on the basis of the existing analysis on the cause-effect relation as shown in Fig.
An ideal process flow diagram would have as few interposing boxes as possible.
Caption: FIGURE 2 Simplified schematic heat rejection flow diagram.
* The Information Flow Diagram (Figure 2) is a flow-chart style diagram depicting battle rhythm events as color-coded nodes situated along planning horizons with input and output relationships as connections.
For representation reasons EM entities and their interactions are presented in Work Flow diagram. This example is a part of larger scale Work Flow diagram taken from the particular practical work.
The charts often take the form of a timeline, association chart, flow diagram or frequency wheel but can be customised to the needs of the client.
It may be noted that this book treats some eighteenth-century examples, in particular Francois Quesnay's Tableau economique in its original zigzag form (1758) as a possible early version of a circular flow diagram. There are also other early examples, as subsequently mentioned in this review.