batch process


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batch process

[′bach ‚präs·əs]
(engineering)
A process that is not in continuous or mass production; operations are carried out with discrete quantities of material or a limited number of items.

batch process

A non-interactive operation. Although a user may initiate a batch process, it is typically a behind-the-scenes operation that runs to completion and does not require continuous input from the user. See batch processing.
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This product would and should be produced using a batch process with the available equipment.
To the extent that an account on the use tax matrix is listed as taxable, that account is queried to identify items where no tax was paid to the vendor as part of the monthly batch process.
Institutions with small numbers of international students won't need to worry about a batch process, although they will still need to develop procedures for knowing when reportable changes have occurred.
For the batch process, the suspension is prepared in a separate tank.
To help accomplish these goals, the CFO wanted to be able to access information on demand, without having to wait for a batch process.
xBatch is a comprehensive batch reporting system that, when paired with Performix xMES, completes the batch manufacturing software solution for SAP customers while complying with batch process industry standards ISA-88 and ISA-95.
Maverick declared that it has taken over Michigan-based CQS Innovation Inc for an undisclosed amount, expanding its batch process and systems validation capabilities, as well as DCS capabilities.