Batch Processing

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Batch Processing

The completion of a number of tasks by a computer without manual input by a person. A computer can be programmed to use batch processing in order to make it faster and more efficient. Batch processing traces its roots to the invention of the modern computer in the 1950s and 1960s.
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The use of a co-rotating twin screw extruder in the continuous process for production of rubber compounds appears to be a valid alternative to the traditional batch system.
Thermosyphon systems have three distinct advantages over batch systems.
of Inoex, says that accuracies are generally slightly higher on batch systems, which weigh in small batches and use a tighter class of load cell.
PBS Pro is the commercial version of the Portable Batch System (PBS), originally developed to manage aerospace computing resources at the NASA Ames Research Center.
Real-time payments post to the biller within seconds of being entered at the retail location, while billers utilizing the batch system receive transactions at intervals throughout the day.
Applied Materials' single-wafer thermal systems can also perform these key process steps in a matter of minutes, rather than hours required by a batch system, improving factory productivity.
First Batch Authorization System(TM) meets the needs of merchants who seek flexibility, ease of use and enhanced profitability with a batch system.
Continuous operation means that the steam demand is constant, which improves boiler efficiency and, since Exelys can handle higher sludge concentrations than batch systems, the steam demand per tonne of dry solids is lower.
A key player in design and fabrication of material handling systems for the concrete industry, plus bagging and frac sand plant equipment, Missouri-based Standley Batch Systems, Inc.
The new Signet 9900 Transmitter (Generation II) supports multiple parameters that include flow, pH/ORP, conductivity/resistivity, salinity, temperature, pressure, level and four to 20 mA Signals, and now also Batch Systems.
Tape automation emerged first in the mainframe environment as a solution to the massive amount of tape handling required for batch systems.
During the first phase, we moved thyroid, cortisol, and ferritin assays from two batch systems to Analyzer XYZ.