monitor routine

monitor routine

[′män·əd·ər rü‚tēn]
(computer science)
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At its core, the model emphasizes working with people to encourage them to give up criminal lifestyles by focusing on strengths, rather than limiting interaction only to case management strategies designed simply to prevent negative behavior or monitor routine compliance.
The Regulator & Monitor routine provides a good example of the ease of use of these functions.
The user may also provide a monitor routine which provides a means of examining the numerical solution at the end of every timestep.
The user can switch off adaptivity by calling a routine from the main driving program or from the monitor routine, which is useful if, for example, the user wishes to switch off adaptivity after a certain time.