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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Producing companies are facing a turbulent environment and, therefore, the reorganization of a factory becomes a continuous task.
Assessment is perhaps best viewed as a continuous task that monitors client functioning.
Planting trees and developing greenery in the surroundings have been a continuous task of the government for the past 32 years.
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.
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.
Maintaining the hearing conservation program is a continuous task.
We believe that our new products simplify the arduous and continuous task of changing oil in vital machinery in remote areas," said Gary Sage, Oil-Vac Systems president.
The continuous task is not properly phonological since there is not such a long 'ah ' phoneme in Japanese.
In addition, they found that the combination led to perceptual learning gains that were equal to the learning gains made by participants who performed twice as much continuous task training (training which by nature of its repetition and length often is onerous).
The launch of first phase of C[pounds sterling]PromisC[yen] comes at a time when DP World- UAE Region is engaged in the continuous task of upgrading all its services at Jebel Ali Port which is managed by the most modern systems and technologies at par with the worldCOs leading ports.
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