Definitions for "Procedure"
A program that is independent of any class and that executes a sequence of actions when you explicitly invoke it. You use procedures to implement generic processing for values as opposed to classes. See also method.
A group of one or more precompiled SQL statements that are stored as a named object in a database.
A stored program, written in PL/SQL, stored in a database. It may return zero, one or more values.
A step taken; an act performed; a proceeding; the steps taken in an action or other legal proceeding.
A set of established forms, methods and/or steps for conducting a business process.
prescribe method for performing specified work. [D01255] PMK87 part icular course or method of action. [D01254] NPMT A set of prescribe step s for accomplishing a specific activity or task. [D01256] RMW part icular way of accomplishing something. A series of step s followed in a regular and definite order. A traditional or established way of doing things. [D03177] Webster
a block of code within a routine that is similar to a function in other languages
a brief, general explanation of an operation or function, either departmental in nature or describing a process
a function that does not return a meaningful result and which is meant to be called outside of a context where its value will be assigned or substituted in an expression
Keywords:  predicate, bart, fremont, oakland, daly
a particular course of action intended to achieve a result; "the procedure of obtaining a driver's license"; "it was a process of trial and error"
a collection of commands, like the ones you have typed in the Observer Command Center or the Turtle Command Center, that get used together
a definition of the specific or particular manner of proceeding in a course of action
Keywords:  lawsuit, appellate, iccpr, fori, lex
The rules for conducting a lawsuit. There are rules of civil procedure, criminal procedure, evidence, bankruptcy, and appellate procedure.
a set of rules to follow which, if they conclude, produce some result
The technical rules that the lawyers must follow to get a case through the civil justice system. They are contained in the provinces Rules of Court.
A macro-like series of BusinessObjects operations.
a process or series of acts especially of a practical or mechanical nature involved in a particular form of work; "the operations in building a house"; "certain machine tool operations"
a GenStat program is like a macro, i
a very comprehensive implementation of the general linear model approach to ANOVA/MANOVA (univariate and multivariate ANOVA)
a specification for a family of discrete processes
a useful diagnostic tool for the detection of venous thromboembolism
A discrete therapeutic or diagnostic intervention.
A way of performing, or a method used, in dealing with the affairs of a online casino betting business.
A specified way to perform an activity.
a creative problem-solving technique that is an easy to remember, easy to perform, and easy to apply
The act or manner of proceeding or moving forward; progress; process; operation; conduct.
a mode of conducting legal and parliamentary proceedings
Specified, formalized way to conduct an activity. May be known as SOP (Standard Operating Procedure.) In labs, also referred to as Methods.
a means of drawing together, in a systematic way, an assessment of a project's likely significant environmental effects
a method or way of doing things
an external servant that does a certain job for us in a well defined way
a bit difficult to estimate, but our experimental results show that it can almost be neglected when d and t are large
For experimental procedure see Materials and Methods
A procedure is any process that has to do with treating, assessing, testing, or preventing disease. An experimental procedure is one that has not yet been shown to work.
A description of how to apply a rule or policy, issue payments, and maintain accountability.
A specific description of how work is done based on a process map.
a particular way of carrying out an art-making process; for example, the procedures involved in the process of etching include applying the ink to the etching plate, rubbing off the excess, and taking an impression
an innate behavioural mechanism by which an organism proceeds in its competition with a symbiont
a formal alternative to declaring yourself bankrupt and is aimed at people who can pay something to their creditors each month, rather than nothing at all
Something done to fix a health problem or to learn more about it. For example, surgery, tests and putting in an IV (intravenous line) are procedures.
a standard X-ray view of the hips taken with the dog on its back and the rear legs extended and rotated inward (an uncomfortable and unusual position for them to be in)
Keywords:  sub, block, code, accomplishes, goal
a block of code that accomplishes a specific goal
a block of code that we will probably want to use more than once
a self-contained block of code that can be run from other blocks of code
an integration point used to model the Request/Reply paradigm
a means that was developed to treat infested animals and will be described in detail in the next paragraph
How to abide by a policy. Example: "When an employee has worked for us for 30 days, the human resources manager will submit an enrollment form to the employee." Procedures follow a " who does what, when" format.
Keywords:  quota, profile, read, real
PROFILE QUOTA READ REAL
a statistical tool and its use in evaluating construction activities is based on certain assumptions
a tool for estimating the influence of planned economic activity to the environment and it does not contain any provision for initiation of laws or rule making
a document that specifies, as applicable, the purpose and scope of an activity; what shall be done and by whom; when, where, and how it shall be done; what materials, equipment, and documentation shall be used; and how it shall be controlled.
a sensitive and reproducible technique and it doesn't require complex equipment
Keywords:  toxic, safe, treatment, non
a very safe and non-toxic treatment
a method that might be used by organizations in different contexts
A set of established forms or methods for carrying on the affairs of the Government or a business.
The detailed elements of a process used to produce a specified result.
Keywords:  issue, product
That which results; issue; product.
Keywords:  component, see
See component procedure.
Keywords:  structure, control
a control structure
Keywords:  property