A graphical representation of the steps in a process. Flowcharts are drawn to better understand processes. The flowchart is one of the "seven tools of quality."
graphical representations of system and software designs expressing processing movement ("flow"). Flowcharts are used as a planning tool in a manner similar to the way architects use perspective drawings or blueprints, and the way process engineers use flow diagrams to describe processes.
Graphic representation of a procedure or program..
Flow Chart - A pictorial representation of the progression of a particular process over time. Generally, a pictorial display of the sequence of actions taken in a process or in carrying out a task. There are several types of flow charts or flow diagrams: 1) top down - detailed steps are listed under headings describing major actions. 2) Logic flow - a symbolic display of the logical sequence of actions and decisions in a process. 3) Deployment flow - actions, decisions, meetings, etc., Are listed sequentially and in columns according to the individual, group or function responsible for, or participating in, the particular step. 4) Organization viewed as a system - a picture of an entire organization's components and its customers and suppliers as a system, beginning with customer research and ending with customers who use the output.
A diagram that shows the logic of a program.
A Flowchart is a diagram that is produced to show the steps in a particular process. The flowchart will show what are the input s & outputs in each of the steps. Flowcharts are frequently used to show diagrammatically what processes certain computer program s perform.
A diagram that illustrates data, information, and work flow via specialized symbols which, when connected by flow lines, portray the logic of a system or program.
a diagram of the sequence of operations in a computer program or an accounting system
a design or schematic representation of a sequence of operations
a diagram constructed from connected shapes representing a process or a plan
a diagram made up of boxes, diamonds, and other shapes connected by arrows - each shape or symbol represents a step in the process and each arrow shows the order in which each step or activity occurs
a diagram that completely represents a process (ie,
a diagram that explains a process using different shapes connected with arrow-tipped lines
a diagram that shows how a user will navigate through your CBI
a diagram that shows step-by-step progression through a procedure or system especially using connecting lines and a set of conventional symbols
a diagram that shows the flow of control in an algorithm, including steps and decisions
a diagram that uses graphical symbols to show the nature and flow of the steps in a process
a diagram that uses graphic symbols to depict the nature and flow of the steps in a process
a diagram with small rectangles indicating each anticipated Web pages
a graphical representation of an algorithm
a graphic illustration of the steps to follow in order to arrive at the solution to a problem
a graphic of the steps in a work process and is used as a planning and analysis tool
a graphic representation of a computer program that is written in symbols, rather than in bits or symbolic names, and with a syntax that is graphic rather than grammatical
a graphic representation of an algorithm or of a part of the same one the same page of the diagram
a graphic representation of the path a process follows from start to finish
a pictorial outline of the program
a pictorial representation of how your program functions
a pictorial representation showing the steps of a process
a picture of the separate steps of a process in sequential order
a planning tool that uses graphics or symbols to illustrate the steps of a particular process
a symbolic diagram indicating all possible paths of execution in a program
a visual means to show a sequence of some activities
a visual or graphic illustration of a process or system used to solve a problem or produce a product
a visual representation of an algorithm's control flow
Diagrammatic representation of the operations involved in an algorithm or automated system. How lines indicate the sequence of operations or the flow of data, and special standard symbols are used to represent particular operations. (7/96)
A graphical representation of the action steps performed to produce an output which may be a physical product, service, or information.
a way of planning how to carry out a task by drawing a sequence of boxes joined by arrows. Each box contains a short statement about one stage
Diagrammatic representation showing step-by-step progress in an operation or procedure.
a pictorial diagram of the logical sequence of a program.
A diagram showing the sequential steps of a process or of a workflow around a product or service.
A step by step diagram of a process.
A visual program design tool showing step-by-step how a computer program will process data.
A diagram that lays out each step in a technical project.
A diagram using boxes, diamonds, circles, ovals, and parallelograms to display the flow of control as a program executes. Flowcharts are very useful for understanding and planning the operation of a program.
A chart or diagram used to break a large task down into smaller jobs.
A graphic representation of an algorithm, often used in the design phase of programming to work out the logical flow of a program.
is a representation, primarily through the use of symbols, of the sequence of activities in a system (process, operation, function, or activity). (420.01.5d)
Picturing the process and to identify the actual flow or sequence of events in a process that any product or service follows.
A graphical representation of a given process delineating each step. It is used to diagram how the process actually functions and where waste, error, and frustration enter the process.
A graphical representation of the sequence of activities, steps, and decision points that occur in a particular, discrete process, such as registering a client in a clinic.
A graphical representation of a process that breaks the process down into individual steps and illustrates those steps based on the action involved. Arrows called "flow lines" show the direction of the flow of the process from one step to the next. Symbols denote the actions.
Schematic representation of a process, which shows inputs, outputs, and unity of activity.
Design tool that graphically shows the logic in a solution algorithm, using symbols that represent various operations in a program's logic. Also called program flowchart. 15.9
A flowchart (also spelled flow-chart and flow chart) is a schematic representation of an algorithm or a process.