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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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In the case of final batch mixing, the deviation range of the curing characteristics, as provided by the analysis of rheometer tests, is an important criterion.
Jobs cannot be added to or removed from a batch once processing has started.
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Both the batch and the interactive preparer manuals are well prepared.
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Many life sciences facilities will also include other applications, such as batch control software in a PAT deployment.
The batch mixer was designed to combine a number of raw materials to produce an intermediate composite.
Electrically heated, agitated vacuum/pressure tanks for batch heating, degassing, and mixing in sizes from 2 to 75 gal.
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.