Definitions for "Processes"
The 'action verbs' of an ecosystem. For example: consume, decompose, exchange, produce, transfer, recycle, reproduce, and succeed are all ecosystem processes. These processes unite biological communities together into a web of life. The process that binds human community together is communication.
Physical, chemical and biological mechanisms that follow fundamental scientific laws. Examples include pedogenic processes, geomorphic processes, and ecological processes.
A Unix process is a task that has its own identity as an executable program. A process may be a user-written program or a Unix utility, for example. Click for more information.
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Any executable programs that use CPU time, memory, or other resources.
Each vertebra in the spine has a number of bony projections, known as processes. The spinal and transverse processes attach to the muscles in the back and act like little levers, allowing the spine to twist or bend. The particular processes form the joints between the vertebrae themselves, meeting together and interlocking at the facet joints.
Finger-like parts of the vertebra that protrude (stick out) from the rounded part or body of each vertebra. Each vertebra has 7 processes.
Operational systems for supplying or realising products (e.g. frozen storage processes for food products). Processes may include separate stages with clearly defined end-points, which represent significant new or enhanced steps towards a final result (e.g. a new chemical process that contributes to a larger outcome of new or improved products).
work sequences, employing a number of techniques and a range of tools/equipment, allied to an understanding of the working characteristics of media/materials, and designed to produce quality outcomes
both art methods and the media used for visual communication in a variety of art forms
series of actions that produce something; a series of changes or acts.
According to Ouspensky, all of man's actions can be categorized into six broad categories, called "processes": growth, elimination, healing, crime, digestion, and regeneration.
The convex areas of developing embryonic or fetal tissue; also convex areas in bone.
Projecting portions of bones, usually for the attachment of muscles, ligaments, &c. 174
These determine how structures and individuals operate and interact. Processes include policies, legislation, institutions (including markets but also the "rules of the game"), culture (social norms and beliefs) and power relations. These shape livelihoods and determine access to various types of capital, strategies and power, as well as the terms of exchange between different types of capital and the returns on any given strategy.
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The way in which change is brought about. For example, boiling is a process used to cook some vegetables.
the activities that take place within a factory e.g. rolling out steel.
the functions performed by users or users aided by information systems which generate, transform, modify, collect, organize, present, transfer, and destroy information.