Definitions for "Inputs"
Resources in the form of people, materials, energy, facilities and funds that an agency uses in activities to produce outputs.
The resources needed to formulate and implement projects, programmes or policies.
Inputs are the resources that the project "consumes" in the course of undertaking the activities. Typically they will be human resources, money, materials, equipment and time.
The products, services, material and so forth obtained from suppliers and used to produce the outputs delivered to customers.
see factors of production.
the various material, labor, and other factors used in production
A term used broadly to refer to anything that is taken in by or enters into the workings of a process or a system e.g. as nutrients or energy into an ecosystem, silt into a stream, etc.
That which is put in or taken in, or which is operated on or utilized by any process or system (either material or abstract), e.g. the information that is put into a model.
The entry points where the signal from a guitar of effect may be introduced to an amplifier or other electronic device.
Keywords:  psychic, role, receivers, uses
psychic receivers, or inputs that each role uses.
This term refers to the goods or services that go into providing government services. For instance, typical inputs funded by a health budget would be the salaries of doctors and nurses, the construction of clinics and hospitals, and the purchase of medical supplies and drugs. All are used to provide government health care services.
Input jacks which allow for connecting other components or systems to the main system
Keywords:  means, see
See “ Means”.