macroprocessing

macroprocessing

A marketing term from Intel that promotes the use of multiple Intel-based servers for e-business applications. It highlights scalability and the wealth of available software as primary benefits.
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Effects of "Seductive Details" on Macroprocessing and Microprocessing in Adults and Children.
Matsunawa, "Observation of molten metal behavior during laser irradiation--basic experiment to understand laser welding phenomena," in Proceedings of the First International Symposium on High-Power Laser Macroprocessing, pp.
Greene (2001) argued that a cloze test whose items have been carefully selected to tap into test takers' inference making ability can "measure a reader's macroprocessing of theoretical text" (p.
On the other hand, the textbase level and the situational model are results of two types of processing: microprocessing and macroprocessing (TAPIERO; OTERO, 1999).
Ikeda, "Direct diode laser cladding of Co based alloy to dual phase stainless steel for repairing the machinery parts," in 1st International Symposium on High-Power laser Macroprocessing, vol.
Jitendra et al., 2000; Stevens et al., 1991; Spiak, 1999), mostly conducted with native speakers of English, have incorporated microprocessing skills in the investigations, but they have tended to place emphasis on macroprocessing in which a sufficient level of language competence is a basic prerequisite, rather than microprocessing (Dhieb-Henia, 2003).
Latest MIG, TIG, arc-YAG laser hybrid welding systems for various welding products, First International Symposium on High-Power Laser Macroprocessing, Vol.4831, pp.347-352, Japan, 27-31 May 2002, Proc.
Kennish, in Proceedings of the First International Symposium on High-Power Laser Macroprocessing, Vol.
Facilitation of activities includes programming, or selecting appropriate activities, and macroprocessing, which includes six facilitation styles.
Lorch and Lorch (1984) indicate that reading consists of two complementary levels of mental processing: microprocessing (focusing on the meaning of individual thought units) and macroprocessing involving hierarchical relationships among the thought units).
All of the texts use hierarchical headings to help readers build a sense of macrostructure, and all strive for coherence at the macroprocessing level, although coherence is stronger for the books on word processing than in the spreadsheet texts.