Definitions for "Scheduling"
The process of assigning retention periods for the appropriate disposition of records.
The process of collection actions from an MDSplus TREE and organizing them into a DISPATCH TABLE for subsequent execution by SERVERS
The process of creating individual orders or time-based schedules that serve as production or purchase authorizations.
scheduling is the process of determining when project activities will take place depending on defined durations and precedent activities. Schedule constraints specify when an activity should start or end based on duration, predecessors, external predecessor relationships, resource availability, or target dates.
Determining the start and stop time of each activity and task in the project, taking into account the precedence relations among tasks, the dependencies of tasks on external events, the required milestone dates, and the resources available
Setting the project plan dates for executing project work and achieving project milestones. See section 6.5.2 of the PMBOK.
The action of drawing up a timetable to appoint, assign, or designate activities for a fixed time, taking into account a number of restrictions. Special types of scheduling are production planning and order scheduling.
Scheduling describes the process of arranging several tasks, appointments and ressources in temporal sequence.
The process of assigning tasks to a set of resources.
The process in which the ISO or RTO determines the critical paths of electricity flowing from source-of-power to consumption-of-power. Based on load forecasting, the system operator determines how, when and where to send the required electricity.
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A function permitting an administrator to schedule backup and archive operations from a central location. Operations can be scheduled on a periodic basis or on an explicit date.
Senate practice today generally concedes to the Majority Leader the prerogative of arranging the floor schedule of the Senate and making unanimous consent requests and motions to proceed to consider bills and other items of business. The Majority Leader is also chiefly responsible for negotiating unanimous consent agreements governing the consideration of items of business.
Indicates the loadbalancing method used for distributing incoming traffic among the real services, e.g. round robin, weighted round robin, least connections.
Also known as Classification. Recommendations made on the most appropriate means of supplying medicines to consumers, e.g. under a doctor's prescription, over the counter in pharmacies, or from supermarkets. The higher the risks associated with the medicine, the more its supply is restricted.
The detailing of openings or doors, listing their locations and the door and frame materials, and the listing of hardware in detail and quantity
Is a process by which nominations are first consolidated by receipt point, by contract, and verified with upstream/downstream parties. If the verified capacity is greater than or equal to the total nominated quantities, all nominated quantities are scheduled. If verified capacity is less than nominated quantities, nominated quantities will be allocated according to scheduling priorities.
The Scheduling OSID manages events in shared calendars.
setting an order and time for planned events
Electronic manpower planning systems
The procedure of establishing and implementing the time and amount of irrigation water to apply.
Available Communications can provide scheduling software and take your reservations remotely (by phone) while you take them in person, all at the same time
Setting the execution sequence and timing for movement of data files from the source system environment to the DW target environment.
Creating scripts or plays lists that handle particular content over the period of time
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Scheduling the movement of power through, into, within or out of a control area.