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flow diagram

[′flō ‚dī·ə‚gram]
(engineering)
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Moreover, the cause-effect relation diagram and flow diagram are plotted for the sports system dynamics using Vensim software, and they are compared based on literature analysis, so as to analyze the relation of the sports industry with its related industries and national economy.
Using the evolving Information Flow Diagram and 7-Minute Drill Matrix as discussions points will reveal additional details.
THE MAIN COMPONENTS OF WORK FLOW DIAGRAM FRAGMENT PRESENTED IN FIG.
Those selected for this purpose are Andrew Skinner's entry on 'monopolistic competition' and that by Roger Backhouse and Yann Giraud on 'Circular flow diagrams'.
This result did not justify the expected positive effect of adjunct study questions on student achievement when exposed to science materials either in the form of a prose, textual or flow diagrams. The result thus tend to agree with the postulations of Holliday (1981); Okoye (1991); Nworgu (2001) and Eze (2002) who reported that students presented with strong prompts to the answers of comprehension questions (i.e.
A standard set of symbols for 'flow diagrams' was established early in the development of the system field (Forrester, 1961b) and these were used throughout Industrial Dynamics (Forrester, 1961a).
Five journals clearly described their expectation regarding the use of the STARD statement, asking authors to submit the STARD checklist and/or to include a flow diagram in the manuscript.
One potential cause for concern: in the new draft, FDA primarily relies on general descriptions and multiple case examples rather than ostensibly more detailed and precise flow diagrams preferred by industry.
However, the SEM also includes all associated business rules, functional requirements, technical requirements (e.g., security and data control issues, data integrity aspects, efficiency factors, performance requirements and usability concerns), system outputs, test cases, data flow diagrams, a data dictionary, data object models, data relationship diagrams and an events inventory.
This vision was captured originally in a simple flow diagram outlining how we expected barcoding to be used in our manufacturing and assembly process.