continuous task

continuous task

[kən¦tin·yə·wəs ′task]
(industrial engineering)
A task that requires a continuously changing response by a worker to a continuously changing stimulus.
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Aoun stressed that confronting terrorism is a continuous task of the security and military forces, requiring vigilance and constant readiness.
This is a continuous task that a permanent construction company, armed with specialized equipment, does.
Given the noisy and uncomfortable environment inside the fMRI scanner, it is not easy for the subjects, especially patients, to keep performing a task for several minutes without rest in order to acquire a continuous task suitable for traditional FC analysis.
Producing companies are facing a turbulent environment and, therefore, the reorganization of a factory becomes a continuous task. In this paper, the first part of a model-based support for the planning of a factory's organizational structure is shown.
Assessment is perhaps best viewed as a continuous task that monitors client functioning.
Fund raising is a continuous task. Next Saturday team members will be at the Beaumaris RNLI open day and the following weekend at the Llandudno Emergency Services Show.
Planting trees and developing greenery in the surroundings have been a continuous task of the government for the past 32 years.
So it is a continuous task. It is a portal that should exist as long as the technology is there for people to access government services," he said.
In addition, LA's BEST has realized that fostering and maintaining social capital is a continuous task calling for the efforts of "communities of practice." As a learning organization, LA's BEST has accepted this challenge and has expanded their efforts to continue learning and growing.
Maintaining West Midland roads has become a continuous task like painting the Forth Bridge.
Barch and her colleagues used a variation on the classic continuous task test to examine contextual processing.
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