procedural


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Wikipedia.

procedural

This article is provided by FOLDOC - Free Online Dictionary of Computing (foldoc.org)
References in periodicals archive ?
"Administrative procedural practice constitutes the basis of
Thus, as we can notice, in practice administrative procedural
(2007), The Influence of High-Involvement Human Resources Practices, Procedural Justice, Organizational Commitment, and Citizenship Behaviors on Information Technology Professionals' Turnover Intentions, Group and Organization Management 32(3), 326-357.
(132) The Supreme Court famously explained procedural adequacy doctrine in Davis v.
It is the legal right, even if not very legitimate, of VMRO-DPMNE MPs to act this way in Assembly and address the floor based on procedural interventions as long as they don't breach the rules of procedure, they will only take political responsibility.
It said the suspension of Mr Muntazir on an unsubstantiated complaint by the minister concerned was violation of procedural law.
Procedural reform, presidentialization, procedural cartel theory, presidential faction, South Korean National Assembly
The author presents a new theory of procedural change to explain the filibuster; this bargaining model of procedural change explains why the filibuster persists and identifies conditions in which a senate majority will attempt to eliminate it.
All patients who were subjected for procedural sedation with etomidate are included in the study.
An amendment to expand the Rules of Judicial Administration Committee's role as the "rules coordinating committee" has been rejected by the Supreme Court, which praised the proposal but said it could slow down procedural rule amendments.