Monitor

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Monitor

To seek information about an agent's behavior; a device that provides such information.
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At the end of each session, attendees should have a room monitor stamp their form.
At Walt Whitman Intermediate School, support was so strong that before receiving DIS funding for a room monitor, teachers arranged their schedules so that they could staff the time-out room themselves.
I think a lot of kids feel safe there,'' says Dan Gilbreath, a chat room monitor.
Later in life, she was a lunch room monitor at Dawson Elementary School for seven years in the 1970's.
The chat room monitor devised by SurfControl led to a series of arrests in dawn raids by officers from 34 police forces across the UK.
Officers in the control room monitor events at the carnival through CCTV cameras dotted around the west London event.
Doyle likes to watch matches on a press room monitor but can now only do so "at certain intervals''.