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MEMORY
PROCESSES
PROCESS
PRODUCTS
IMPORTANT
MINERALS
NATURE
COMBUSTION PROCESSES
COMBINATION
ENZYMES
PROTEINS
OXYGEN
ATMOSPHERE
SYNTHESIS
METABOLISM
PHYSICS
MATTER
WORK
TECHNOLOGIES
FORM
INVENTION
INTERACTION
SCIENTISTS
STUDYING
ENCRYPTION
DATA
SOFTWARE
PROCESS MANAGEMENT
USERS
OWN SET
SKULL
REMOVING PART
WINTASKS
CSP
PI-CALCULUS
CHANGE
RUNLEVEL
INVENTIONS
UTILITY PATENTS
SOIL
SOIL FORMATION
SINGLE INHERITANCE
PRESENT INVENTION
ALKYLATION PROCESSES
COGNITION
EVOLUTIONARY PROCESSES
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    This Review contains major "Processes"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Processes are viewed as the active elements in host computers (in accordance with the fairly common definition of a process as a program in execution). (Web site)
  2. Processes are often called tasks in embedded operating systems. (Web site)
  3. Processes are then designed to collect information relevant to these metrics and reduce it to numerical form for storage, display, and analysis. (Web site)
  4. The processes are actually extensions of the cytoplasm surrounding the nucleus of the neuron. (Web site)
  5. The processes are inverses of each other if one process uses an entity's public key and the other process uses the same entity's private key. (Web site)

Memory

  1. On each computer, you can view the behavior of objects such as processors, memory, cache, threads, and processes.
  2. Consequently this description tends to apply to processes such as memory, attention, perception, action, problem solving and mental imagery.
  3. A simplistic explanation of buffers is that they allow processes to temporarily store input in memory until the process can deal with it.

Processes

  1. Learning and development are the processes by which we acquire knowledge and information over time. (Web site)
  2. It processes and distributes memory to appropriate storage sections in the brain after readying the information for efficient recall. (Web site)
  3. This dissipation is a result of a number of chemical and physical processes that change the compounds that make up oil when it is spilled.

Process

  1. Star formation: Study of the condition and processes that led to the formation of stars in the interior of gas clouds, and the process of formation itself. (Web site)
  2. A server is an application or a process that responds to or processes the client request. (Web site)
  3. Patent claims may refer only to technical devices or processes, regardless of whether software is used to control the process claimed. (Web site)

Products

  1. Products, processes of manufacture, processes of use, and apparatuses are different categories of invention. (Web site)
  2. Software for experimental design and optimization of products and processes.
  3. Quality control and process control use statistics as a tool to manage conformance to specifications of manufacturing processes and their products. (Web site)

Important

  1. The synthesis of carboxylic esters is one of the most fundamental and important processes for producing useful compounds in organic chemistry.
  2. Oil contains only small amounts of these compounds making dissolution one of the less important processes. (Web site)

Minerals

  1. Minerals are a result of geological processes, which form these naturally occurring solids.
  2. Sedimentary Rock is formed from the minerals and rock debris of igneous rocks as they are broken down over the ages by geological processes. (Web site)
  3. Every day, minerals are lost and gained from inside the enamel crystals in processes called demineralization and remineralization. (Web site)

Nature

  1. Psycholinguistics is concerned with the nature of the computations and processes that the brain undergoes to comprehend and produce language.
  2. Minerals are formed in nature by a variety of processes. (Web site)
  3. Nature and distribution of earth materials, the processes by which the materials are formed and altered, and the nature and development of the landscape.

Combustion Processes

  1. Approximately eighty-five percent of the energy used in the United States alone is derived via combustion processes. (Web site)

Combination

  1. In combination of mechanical abrasion and tooth wear, the processes of erosion lead to substantial loss of tooth structure.
  2. Two processes that appear to be instrumental in protein evolution are gene duplication and combination. (Web site)
  3. The combination of these processes continually recycles the oceanic crust back into the mantle.

Enzymes

  1. These enzymes are proteins that temporarily combine with reactants and in the process, allow these chemical processes to occur quickly. (Web site)
  2. All chemical reactions that occur during the digestion of food and the metabolic processes in tissues require enzymes. (Web site)
  3. Instead, vitamins are chemical partners for the enzymes involved in the body's metabolism, cell production, tissue repair, and other vital processes. (Web site)

Proteins

  1. The liver processes all of the nutrients the body requires, including proteins, glucose, vitamins, and fats. (Web site)
  2. These proteins have been implicated in a variety of processes, including signal transduction, neurotransmitter release, and membrane trafficking [ 16]. (Web site)
  3. The enzymes and hormones that catalyze and regulate all bodily processes are proteins. (Web site)

Oxygen

  1. Nitrogen Oxides (NOx) - The products of all combustion processes formed by the combination of nitrogen and oxygen. (Web site)
  2. Anaerobic digestion is number of processes in which biodegradable input materials are broken down by various microorganisms (in the absence of oxygen).
  3. Typically, such oxidations employ air or oxygen for industrial processes.

Atmosphere

  1. Oxygen is exchanged between the atmosphere and life through the processes of photosynthesis and respiration. (Web site)
  2. The movement (flux) of carbon between the atmosphere and the land and oceans is dominated by natural processes, such as plant photosynthesis. (Web site)
  3. Unexpectedly large amounts of carbon dioxide are being released into the atmosphere as the result of "feedback loops" that are speeding up natural processes. (Web site)

Synthesis

  1. The action of TSH on follicular cells influences all processes associated with both synthesis and secretion of thyroid hormones. (Web site)
  2. Higher insulin level increase many anabolic ("building up") processes such as cell growth, cellular protein synthesis, and fat storage.
  3. Other processes have been proposed which circumvent the need for production of synthesis gas, such as U.S. Pat. (Web site)

Metabolism

  1. The thyroid gland is responsible for processes all over the body; from protein synthesis to metabolism and immunity.
  2. Thyroid hormone circulates throughout the body and regulates metabolism, cellular processes, growth and development. (Web site)
  3. These hormones regulate the body's growth, metabolism (the physical and chemical processes of the body), and sexual development and function. (Web site)

Physics

  1. Soil biology, physics and chemistry: occurrence of physicochemical parameters and surface properties on biological processes and population behavior.
  2. Physics of geological processes is a Center with short and effective channels from basic research to education, industry, and the public.
  3. Fermi won the 1938 Nobel Prize for physics for his work on nuclear processes. (Web site)

Matter

  1. It is known that matter exhibits the curious behavior of discontinuity in processes in which it emits or absorbs energy.
  2. Patents can be granted for some plants and other life forms, designs of manufactured products, machines, processes and combinations of matter.

Work

  1. These approaches, derived from the work of Igor Ansoff, were bundled into systems or processes which provided strategy with its place in the organisation.
  2. Because yeasts as a group are particularly important in industrial processes and medicine and as model organisms, the work is essential to many users.
  3. ROCK CYCLE: Processes at or near the Earth's surface constantly work to change existing rocks and form new ones. (Web site)

Technologies

  1. The technologies and processes used in the original Nasdaq MarketSite are protected under United States Patent number 7,082,398 issued July 25, 2006. (Web site)
  2. Technologies such as flameless oxidation (FLOX) and staged combustion significantly reduce thermal NO x in industrial processes.
  3. Directing covers the methods, technologies, thought processes, and judgments that a director must use throughout the fascinating process of making a film. (Web site)

Form

  1. Minerals actually form in a variety of Earth environments through a diverse set of processes. (Web site)
  2. In contrast to primary minerals are secondary minerals, which form at a later time through processes such as weathering and hydrothermal alteration. (Web site)
  3. In many animals the processes of neurons join together to form a plexus or nerve net. (Web site)

Invention

  1. The PTO contends that the date of invention, in this case December 19, 1974, governs the relevance of products and processes in the double patenting context. (Web site)
  2. The processes and systems according to the invention can be used for any suitable aromatic alkylation reaction. (Web site)
  3. In process aspects, this invention relates to processes for the production and use of the novel compounds of this invention. (Web site)

Interaction

  1. Geographers study the spatial and temporal distribution of phenomena, processes and feature as well as the interaction of humans and their environment.
  2. Rather, it arises from the interaction between processes distributed in the brain, especially the prefrontal cortex and the inferior parietal lobule.
  3. Different processes for interaction with and entry into target cells.

Scientists

  1. Pathologists are physicians and scientists who practice pathology, the study of disease and disease processes. (Web site)
  2. The study of andesite has helped scientists understand the geological processes by which this igneous rock can be formed. (Web site)
  3. Tracing the particle tracks back to the center of the collision, scientists discover what processes take place at the core of proton-antiproton collisions. (Web site)

Studying

  1. This offers scientists a natural laboratory for studying on land the processes also occurring along the submerged parts of a spreading ridge. (Web site)
  2. By studying the normal processes of brain development, scientists can better understand what can go wrong.
  3. Interpreting and recognizing modern geological processes is a matter of studying those processes as they occur.

Encryption

  1. In encryption based on DES, as shown in FIG. 1A, data obtained via initial permutation IP of plaintext undergoes 16 processes using round functions. (Web site)
  2. Symmetric key encryption - process using one and only one key to perform both the encryption and decryption processes.
  3. The encryption and decryption processes can implement either the classic RSA transformations, or variations with padding. (Web site)

Data

  1. The Web server will typically pass the information in the form to a small application program that processes the data. (Web site)
  2. Data Flow Diagram A graphical notation used to describe how data flows between processes in a system.
  3. The set of data, processes, and technologies that an enterprise has selected for the creation and operation of information systems. (Web site)

Software

  1. This is a way of thinking and reasoning about mental processes, envisaging them like software running on the computer that is the brain. (Web site)
  2. Business process management (BPM) software enables companies to map, model and improve business processes across the organization.
  3. Computer technologies can be patented as processes (software), machines, even articles of manufacture (the CD containing the software, for example). (Web site)

Process Management

  1. This essay focused on process management as it relates to existing processes, not the invention of new processes, products, and services.
  2. Process management: How the organization designs, manages and improves key processes. (Web site)

Users

  1. Both users and application layer processes interact with software applications that contain a communications component. (Web site)
  2. Although sharing physical server resources, each VPS is fully isolated with its own file system, processes, users, applications and resource allocations.
  3. It has it's own root access, users, IP addresses, memory, processes, files, applications, system libraries and configuration files.

Own Set

  1. Each of the VPS accounts are virtually separated completely thus they have their own set of scripts, processes, users and file systems.
  2. Init(8) distinguishes multiple runlevels, each of which can have its own set of processes that are started. (Web site)
  3. Also, it is a dedicated server unit which have its own set of processes and own set of system resources.

Skull

  1. In mice, the remainder of the skull, including maxilla and mandible, is formed by a combination of the two processes.
  2. The pituitary gland is located in the base of the skull and regulates the activities of many glands and body processes.
  3. Support for the head and movement of the neck are accomplished by paired lateral groups of muscles attached to the skull, spinous, and transverse processes.

Removing Part

  1. Dura mater and its processes exposed by removing part of the right half of the skull, and the brain.

Wintasks

  1. WinTasks 5 Professional can stop all of this now - you can ferret out these useless processes and make your computer run safer and faster.
  2. Built-in scripting language - WinTasks puts the power in your lap - create your own scripts to monitor and control all running processes. (Web site)

Csp

  1. Note that this is slightly different from CSP in thar communication is done through named ports, and not dir?y between processes.
  2. Communicating Sequential Processes, or CSP, is a language for describing patterns of interaction.

Pi-Calculus

  1. In calculi of communicating processes (like Pi-calculus), the vertical bar is used to indicate that processes execute in parallel.
  2. Process calculi are tools capable of modeling large distributed systems of concurrent processes and among them Pi-calculus, introduced by Milner et al.

Change

  1. The group of processes, chemical and physical, whereby rocks on exposure to the weather, change in character, decay, and finally crumble into soil.
  2. Though change is inherent in nature, Buddhists believe that natural processes are directly affected by human morality.
  3. Sometimes the change is technological as when new raw materials on the market create the need for new processes and procedures. (Web site)

Runlevel

  1. When init is requested to change the runlevel, it sends the warning signal SIGTERM to all processes that are undefined in the new runlevel. (Web site)
  2. Each runlevel designates a different system configuration and allows access to different processes. (Web site)

Inventions

  1. Patents can protect inventions for products or processes. (Web site)
  2. This includes practically all inventions except compositions of matter or processes, but patent drawing may also be useful in the case of many processes.
  3. Those patents include inventions of mathematical algorithms and natural processes. (Web site)

Utility Patents

  1. Patents that cover structural or functional aspects of products, composition, and processes are utility patents.
  2. In addition, utility patents can protect other types of inventions such as machines, processes and chemical compounds. (Web site)

Soil

  1. Soil physics is the study of soil physical properties and processes.
  2. As a consequence, the formation of soil has come to be treated as the aggregate of many interrelated physical, chemical, and biological processes.
  3. These weathering processes are responsible for the formation of their regolith and soil. (Web site)

Soil Formation

  1. Understanding the Soil Processes - Describes the biological and chemical processes of soil formation in simple terms. (Web site)
  2. Describes the biological and chemical processes of soil formation in simple terms. (Web site)

Single Inheritance

  1. It has module s, class es, single inheritance, processes, exception handling, optional machine-dependent programming.

Present Invention

  1. An object of the present invention is, therefore, to provide such a composition and to provide processes for making and for using the composition. (Web site)
  2. Accordingly, these processes make the use of steam reforming more practical for synthesis gas generation when used in the present invention. (Web site)

Alkylation Processes

  1. Upon removal of the excess metal halides, they can be reused in processes using ionic liquid catalysts, such as alkylation processes. (Web site)
  2. In addition to polymerization processes, the immobilized catalysts of the present invention may also be used in alkylation processes.
  3. The alkylation processes of the invention can be carried out using a variety of reactants and operating conditions. (Web site)

Cognition

  1. These associations between the dynamics of the brain and cognitive processes indicate progress towards a unified theory of brain and cognition. (Web site)
  2. In its broadest sense, cognition refers to all mental processes. (Web site)
  3. Rather than a collection by and for the like-minded, it is a debate about how evolutionary processes have shaped cognition.

Evolutionary Processes

  1. Molecular taxonomy is not directly based on the evolutionary processes, but rather on the overall change brought upon by these processes. (Web site)
  2. Of course, the capacity of the nervous system for learning is the result of evolutionary processes at the genetic level. (Web site)
  3. It is also clear that the study of biomedical phenomena can greatly enrich our understanding of evolutionary processes. (Web site)

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