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Monitor

To seek information about an agent's behavior; a device that provides such information.
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Complete monitoring (active monitoring or direct active monitoring) was defined as making contact with the monitored person, with no gaps of >48 hours in reporting of persons being actively monitored or in contact with persons receiving direct active monitoring (i.e., no loss to follow-up) during the 21-day monitoring period.
With the help of Remote Network Agents the traffic in distributed networks can also be monitored. This functionality is required for service providers that have to be able to check the various parameters in customer's networks.
However, these responses might be better elucidated if mosquito-breeding habitat availability, the variable ibr which precipitation is principally a proxy, could be monitored directly.
The system logs the information in a historical database, responds to any alarm conditions by relaying notifications to operations personnel, and displays the real-time status of each monitored area on the screens of one or more networked workstations.
POP chemicals need to be monitored because several adverse health effects in humans have been linked to POP exposures, including cancer (13,14) and altered infant sex ratio (15,16) with 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin (TCDD), neurodevelopmental cognitive-motor deficits with PCBs (17-20), and shortened duration of lactation with o,p-DDE (21).
According to the manufacturer, the furnaces monitored by the system have not exhibited undetected melt penetration in its 6 years of field experience.
Also, up to 24 monitors can be monitored from a PC.
Once your system is in place, it's time to decide whether you want it to be monitored or not.
During the cure, the dielectric properties of the material change and the changes in capacitance and conductance can be monitored. The SCS system uses this data to signal optimum cure.
For example, on January 20th of this year, a suspicious fire broke out at 115 Broadway in Downtown Manhattan, an office property monitored by Excel Security.
Staff professional development activities can be monitored most efficiently when a practitioner prepares the annual reports for state licensing authorities.
One patient, who was monitored invasively but did not have surgery, contracted an infectious complication.

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