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flowchart

  1. a graphic representation of a sequence of COMPUTER operations which is used in presenting computer programs.
  2. a graphic representation of a sequence of production operations. See ACTIVITY CHART.
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easily create simpler flowcharts with recipes that allow sharing the inspection logic and most settings for similar object types,
The flowcharts provide visual guidance on important questions and can be shared with colleagues.
Rather, given the wide discretion over the implementation of the verdict that Rule 49 vests in the trial judge, Part II argues that judges should consider using flowchart verdict sheets to prevent the juror confusion that can cause inconsistent verdicts.
In addition to the eligibility flowchart, the subgroup is working on list of "frequently asked questions" (FAQ) that consumers often ask about PPACA.
By a way of disclosure the author of this audit had previously worked within this ICU and had been the main facilitator in planning, designing, trialling and implementing the pre-printed ICU flowchart into clinical practice.
At this point, it's time to convert the flowchart into a checklist that will be included in your procedures manual.
Each student should prepare a simple flowchart in pencil depicting the general process of creating a flowchart.
The flowcharts provide a logical representation of the progression of a disease.
The program allows educators, administrators and students to make flowcharts, decision trees, mind maps, bar charts, pie charts, graphs and more in minutes.
For laboratorians, GP2-A5 explains how to flowchart work processes, how to identify the procedures that support those processes, and provides examples of those processes and procedures.
A well-designed flowchart highlights the key controls in a fraction of the time it takes to read a system narrative--and using them is more fun.