started task

started task

[′stärd·əd ′task]
(computer science)
A computer program that is kept permanently in main storage and, though not a part of the operating system, is treated as though it were.
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Jeanie started Task Jeanie LLC, a virtual assistance company, in 2009.
Considering the different number of micropipeline units in the branches as well as the delays introduced from them, it is quite possible to have a situation where the front of the calculation process of a later launched task is ahead of a previously started task at the common point.
So we understand that the first result, descended from the pipeline, belongs to the task that is running as the fourth in order, and the result of the first started task came out as the third in order.
Thus, the synchronising operation only waits for the started task.
In a parallel arrangement a subset of the available tasks is started, and all of the started tasks are required to finish for synchronisation.
LTMON software is a z/OS started task which enables the mainframe operations staff to monitor and display messages and initiate commands to the LUMINEX Channel Gateways (virtual tape control units) and storage systems directly from the mainframe's master console.
The addition of a "Getting Started Task Pad" provides a quick and easy way for users to access key MAILsweeper tasks, new Wizards, the online Help system and system information.
The officer returned to the site in October and saw the company had once again started tasks subject to the stop-work order, which is a contravention.
Current activities: Unstarting Tasks, Tasks Starting Soon, Task in Progress, Completed Tasks, Should Have Started Tasks, Slipping Tasks;
Custom: Base Calendar, Budget Report, Completed Tasks, Crosstab, Earn Value, Milestones, Over-allocated Resources, Over-budget Tasks, Project Summary, Resources, Resource usage, Should Have Started Tasks, Slipping Tasks, Task in Progress, Task Starting Soon, Top Level Tasks, Un-started Tasks, Weekly Cash Flow, Weekly To Do List, Who Does What, Who Does What When.
UC4:global 05 allows companies to monitor all activities, including started tasks, modifications, cancellations, etc.
This is expected to allow some Year 2000 non-compliant batch and started tasks to continue running into the next century, until the best solution is determined by the customer's remediation team.