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activity chart

[‚ak′tiv·əd·ē ‚chärt]
(industrial engineering)
A tabular presentation of a series of operations of a process plotted against a time scale.
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3.3.4 Statemate Activity Charts. Activity charts are higraphs without intersections or Cartesian products that are used in Statemate to represent external system behavior (Appendix A.3).
FCMB Group dominated the activity chart with an exchange of 103.48 million shares worth N161.56 million.
The Financial Services Industry, measured by volume, led the activity chart with 1.220 billion shares valued at N9.480 billion traded in 10,520 deals; thus contributing 83.94 per cent and 62.11 per cent to the total equity turnover volume and value respectively.
The Financial Services Industry led the activity chart (measured by volume) with 517.865 million shares valued at N4.654 billion in 5,977 deals.
The parents also take part in this and complete the physical activity charts on our display," Helen Black, TCG principal, said.
Again Alinma Bank with trades over 102 million shares worth SR2.4 billion led the activity charts at Tadawul.
From developing instructional methods and curriculums to activity charts and assessment techniques for the entire school model, DEVELOPING SUCCESSFUL K-8 SCHOOLS: A PRINCIPAL'S GUIDE belongs in any serious education collection.
The former supports association charts; commodity flow charts, such as those tracing money from drug sales as it flows from street users, through the laundering process, and back to the kingpin; activity charts; and network (or high-volume link) analysis charts, such as those depicting phone records for a given day.
Out of the more than 564,804 square feet in leasing activity charted for the quarter, deals in Class B space accounted for just 189,008 square feet of the activity.
Again Alinma Bank with trades over 112 million shares worth SR2.7 billion led the activity charts at Tadawul.