program monitor

program monitor

[′prō·grəm ′män·əd·ər]
(communications)
A monitor used to observe the quality of a radio or television broadcast.
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Elizabeth Jane Howard published her first novel, The Beautiful Visit, in 1950 and wrote two more before being asked to interview Evelyn Waugh on the BBC television program Monitor in 1964.
5(d)] states that the program monitor shall maintain a hydraulic-contamination-control trend-analysis chart (Figure 10.
Features such as the program monitor, the event handler, and safe system shutdown cradle your application and make it resistant to external transient errors.
The Medical Board of California recently reviewed recommendations of a legislatively mandated report by Enforcement Program Monitor Julie D'Angelo Fellmeth, and has already voted unanimously to seek a fee increase that would permit the board to charge up to $400 annually (currently, licensing fees are $300 annually).
Contract awarded for purchase of professional services and mental health program monitor, technical and administrative rules attachment
NNSA's HEU Transparency Program monitors the Russian HEU-to-LEU conversion process to ensure that all LEU delivered to the U.
The program monitors the evaluation of family planning, nutrition, HIV/AIDS and maternal and child health programs worldwide.
On selected models -- Suburbans, Tahoes, Monte Carlos and Impalas -- its Fuel Protection Program monitors miles logged through the On-Star system and refunds the difference in gas bills above $1.
In Denmark, the VetStat program monitors all veterinary use of medicines for animals.
The program monitors and validates the health and reliability of each individual battery cell with comprehensive 24/7 online testing.
In "explore mode," the program allows students to complete exercises in any order; in "guided mode," the program monitors their progress and suggests a learning plan that meets their needs.
The program monitors links to billing, customer records, marketing, front office support, service implementation, workflow management, network resource and modification, and interconnects with other service providers.
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