flow diagram


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flow diagram

a diagram composed of blocks connected by arrows representing steps in a process such as decision analysis.

flow di·a·gram

(flō dī'ă-gram)
A diagram composed of blocks connected by arrows representing steps in a process such as decision analysis.
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Some popular business process modeling tools taught in SAD courses are activity diagrams, data flow diagrams and flow charts (Ambler, 2004).
A key component of the STARD document is a suggested flow diagram to follow patients enrolled in the study.
In much of this previous research, the focus is on providing a tool that substitutes touch and/or hearing for sight to replicate the information in a data flow diagram.
MacA&D comes with six new 15-minute training videos that cover data flow diagrams, class models, data models, flowcharts, system models with simulation and requirements management.
The Decomposition Matrix then generates an optimal decomposition that is shown as either a business process diagram using BPMN notation or a data flow diagram.
The participants in the practice meeting, which was slowly transforming itself into an ongoing quality improvement meeting, then worked out a process flow diagram.
Written with the close involvement of the food and construction industries, the guide provides a flow diagram to help with decisions on flooring design.
The process flow diagram for transmission, receiving and treatment of APG was noted to have been approved by now.
including supply of L/S of Rising Main & distribution system flow diagram, pressure statement, drawing of different components & estimates, supply of 6 sets DPR copy with spiral binding etc.
Tests for new features or enhancements can be created in seconds by modifying the call flow diagram and re-running Hammer CallMaster.
HOUSTON -- COADE announced today that the May 2009 issue of Chemical & Engineering Progress magazine featured an article on CADWorx P&ID, a primer on flow diagrams that describes the distinctions between a basic block flow diagram and the process flow diagram (PFD) which is the precursor of the P&ID, an acronym for process and instrumentation diagram and piping and instrumentation diagram, a useful tool that, with the modern technology provided by CADWorx P&ID, has become even more valuable and vital to the plant designer and engineer.