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event model

Patient rights A model for obtaining informed consent, in which the Pt's signature for a procedure is obtained by a particular person at a particular time and place, after presenting the information in a codified fashion on a consent form. See Informed consent; Cf Process model.
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Almost uniquely in modern programming languages, JavaScript has a non-blocking asynchronous event model.
At the event model Pippa O'Connor, who is friends with Big Brother star Brian Dowling, won Most Stylish Woman while Mrs Brown's Boys star Rory Cowan walked away with Most Stylish Man.
On August 2 and 3 come and enjoy model event Model Mania with many examples of model making on display.
As in the discrete event model nothing happens between the consecutive events, the model time can jump from one event to another, which makes the simulation very fast.
For many years, we've had a successful event model and have helped our exhibitors connect to the vibrant salon and spa markets they serve," remarked Kerry C Gumas, president and CEO, Questex Media Group.
In recent years, some researchers have conducted model-based design for CPSs in the following aspects: event model, physical model, reliability, and real-time assurance, among others.
Based on the Routes event model, Invest & Manage is designed to bring together airport owners, management companies and investor communities for a series of one on one meetings.
Other features of the new release includes: an expanded business event model to enable quick configuration of rules; additional wizard-based reports and dashboards; and a new portal to enable vendor self-service.
Utilizing the Naval Simulation System (NSS, a stochastic, monte-carlo discreet event model managed by SPAWAR 051), N4's on-site contracted analyst is working with the staff to build a robust logistics database and library of studies, the results of which will be posted on the CPF LOGCOP.
This approach uses a product model to define products and recipes, a plant model to define equipment and capabilities, an event model for the definition of critical manufacturing events, an execution model that provides business rules for product flow, and a calculation engine for analytical calculations and KPIs.
For the individual agent key event model, the rules and the cases they govern are displayed to the user.