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batch

Informatics
A non-interactive, one-way transmission of data that does not require an immediate response, if at all.

Informatics-NIH
A command-line parameter available for some programs that enables running of a program as a separate process in a batch queue; the program job may execute immediately as a separate process or may wait in a batch queue to execute at a later time. After the job is submitted to batch, the terminal is freed for other work.

Lab
A group of clinical specimens that are processed at the same time.

Pharmacology
A specific quantity of material or drug substance processed in one run or a series of runs, and thus expected to result in a homogenous end-product.
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The objective (1) is to minimizing the completion time of the last batch on last machine or the makespan.
Foremost introduced the FDP-VII Series touchscreen controller for all its batch and continuous weigh blenders.
Muller amperage and batch weight - In terms of batch weight, Intat was running 3000 lb loads of sand on a machine designed for 5000 lb, simply because it had always dispatched sand batches this way.
Both the batch and the interactive preparer manuals are well prepared.
Commenting on the report, an analyst from TechNavio's Engineering team said: "In this competitive business environment, several regional and local batch management software vendors have started to focus on industry-specific batch management solutions.
The first batch scholar, Faye Marie Gamez, graduated June 26, 2016 with BS Applied Mathematics degree with specialization in mathematical finance.
A collaboration between Accenture and Spring Source, the Spring Batch framework has been designed to enable Java developers to process extremely large data sets with proven batch processing patterns using object oriented programming and the Spring framework.
For example, the $88 physical and procedural models will be configured in a batch manager to include the PAT method.
New polymers and polymer blends with unique processing requirements are now expected to be mixed efficiently in the batch mixer.
Batch and continuous designs with capacities from 2.
The in-line pneumatic batching/blending system allows simultaneous weigh batching of major ingredients supplied in bulk bags and manual dumping of pre-weighed minor ingredients, and blending of the material while a subsequent batch is accumulated.
The Variable Commit Frequency function within Database Attach allows the COMMIT interval the part of the operation that automatically saves the results of a programming unit of work to be dynamically modified within certain operations in DB2 batch runs.