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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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Any Prolog program can be converted directly into a flow chart or equivalent algorithmic program.
Beginning at the far left of the flow chart, in Step 1, this particular example assumes a direct mail drop to both a house list and rented lists.
Exhibit 1 illustrates the use of a flow chart to diagram the process for recording journal entries and to analyze the cost of quality.
To facilitate the effective communication of legal guidelines for DNR orders, a DNR decision-making flow chart has been developed (Figure 1) that outlines the important tenets of the New York and Georgia DNR statutes.
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They combine secure PLC control functions with PC-based performance, capacity and connectivity options, and version 7.0 of the Steeplechase VLC offers sub-millisecond logic scans and intuitive flow chart programming for design, installation, and system launch.
If your life depended on it, you could not create a flow chart or software program describing logically, step by step, how these actions fulfill your stated mission.
The user interface is designed so that a molding cycle can be configured step by step simply by stringing together a number of predefined symbols (with explanatory text, if desired J in the form of a flow chart. Operating sequences and parameters can be preset on an external PC prior to the actual production run and can be simulated on a "virtual machine."
Neither the chart on page 13 nor the flow chart on page 14 addresses this issue.
The flow-chart, along with assessment instructions, were revised by raters in the present study as had been done for the flow chart in the Crone-Todd et al.
He says he is still proud of his elaborate exhibit, "which I called my Flow Chart." Reading that line, I couldn't help picturing Dr.
The resulting flow chart is simple enough, but at the same time it's apparent that the artist has been kept very busy directing these currents of paint.