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work·sta·tion

(werk'stā'shŭn),
A computer or television monitor with controls for studying and manipulating graphical or clinical images.

workstation

1 an area, as in an office, equipped with a computer or computer terminal.
2 an electronic monitor, such as a computer or television screen, with controls for manipulating images.
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The club's management has failed to adequately plan, monitor, and control the bartenders' work station assignments.
The possibilities for a "high-tech" work station are limited only by money and space, with far more uses for technology than I can do justice to here.
This method keeps the casting moving through all work stations and equipment without stopping, and provides an effective and efficient system.
Progress in the work station is monitored closely by the CCR vocational counselor on a weekly basis.
The Bard (1988) and Tang and Denardo (1988a, 1988b) models search for optimum solutions to simplified problems such as a single manufacturing work station in work flow-dominated environments and often at the expense of computing power and simplicity.
Next we'll track costs to the work station, a level that's especially important because the manager can exert direct control over it.
The club manager thus concludes that revenue varies among bartenders and for any one bartender varies from work station to work station.
His clever design, below, for the LOT (Lexmark Olympus Time) Watch - with more than 10 functions - has won him a Time S3102 Work Station, Lexmark X5150 printer and an Olympus mju 300 digital camera for his school, plus a Time Work Station for himself.
The infrared energy that is radiated in the invisible portion of the electromagnetic spectrum is sensed by a non-contacting IR sensor that is trained on the part in the work station.
Why you should care: Work Station is designed to be a complete curing system that allows viewing of the curing process, is height adjustable and can accommodate various part sizes.
The G-Force[TM] and Linear Positioning Robotic Work Station Cranes Gorbel, a company that has been dedicated to providing innovative material handling solutions since 1977, is proud to introduce the G-Force, an intelligent lifting device.
According to Raymond Imm, supervisor of SS manufacturing engineering, the old approach to moving assemblies from work station to work station was not in keeping with a modernized assembly process.