subprocess


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subprocess

(ˈsʌbˌprəʊsɛs)
n
a process that is part of a larger process
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Compared with previous studies with upper-primary students (Fidalgo et al., 2008; Torrance et al., 2007; Torrance et al., 2015), the present research provides a relatively fine-grained analysis of planning and revising subprocess. Regarding planning, the main subprocess was idea generation, with very little time devoted to organizing and setting goals.
In the package-level, it is able to support the activity-type analytics, component-type analytics, component-type's usage ratio analytics, and the subprocess usage ratio analytics.
The seven-item CFQ was included as a measure of cognitive fusion, a subprocess of psychological inflexibility in which thoughts have dominant control over behavior.
In addition to the direct production from the hard subprocess, photons can also result from the fragmentation subprocesses of QCD partons.
The paper concludes with a discussion regarding the evolution of the roles of the BIM specialists, how the information subprocess is being crystallized around the BIM manager, and the reliability of the proposed BIM processes for effective collaboration.
The figure shows subprocesses as well as outputs from each subprocess.
At each subprocess h, there is a set of input measures [I.sup.h] that flow into the network and a set of output measures Rh that flow out of the network.
Usually, the information spread process of hot events contains two key subprocesses: the first subprocess is emotion diffusion.
subprocess.Popen(cmd, shell=True, stdin=subprocess.PIPE, stdout=subprocess.PIPE)
User initiates simulation subprocess. The simulation tool performs the simulation by initiated the selection of activity to be performed.
Agility involves looking at, for example: 'If I change something in my order management subprocess, how does that affect my accounts receivable process--terms and conditions in the contract, flexibility in my payment terms, things like that?' If I don't have that end-to-end process orientation, I lose sight of that.