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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.
The Ecological Monitoring Network is a partnership of government organizations (EZ, RWS, Provinces, PBL, CBS and the PGO~s since 1999).
Web Transaction Monitor for end-to-end monitoring of websites and applications is available as an add-on for IPHost Network Monitor and priced at $199 for 5-monitor packs; the option with an unlimited number of WTM monitors is priced at $499.
Extensive internal resource support On-Premise Monitor facilitates monitoring of intranet portals, ERP systems, payroll applications, ping network devices, application servers, database servers and a host of other custom applications.
Abraham of Ohio State University in Columbus and his colleagues conducted the Fluid Accumulation Status Trial (FAST), comparing the results of intrathoracic impedance monitoring with those attained through daily weight monitoring--the current standard of care--in 156 heart failure patients.
But sweeping changes and a draconian monitoring system may not fly at most colleges and universities.
Guarulhos International Airport in Silo Paulo, has 71 cameras monitoring 100,000 square meters of the passenger terminal.
Factory Intelligence Network developed new reporting software that issues reports from user-selected plant-floor monitoring data.
Monitoring invertebrates, such as crayfish and other crustaceans, gives a more reliable standard to measure the effects of industrial impacts on the environment.
A few such monitoring systems have recently been developed in which climatic conditions (monthly rainfall and temperature) appropriate for mosquitoborne disease transmission are used to develop risk maps of the geographic distribution of the disease.
For communicators, if media monitoring sounds like the digital equivalent of having an emergency unit always on standby, it is.
IPLocks, San Jose, Calif., an innovative provider of database vulnerability assessment, continuous risk monitoring and non-repudiation audit analysis systems, has unveiled IPLocks version 4.1.

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