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To monitor or monitoring generally means to be aware of the state of a system. Below are specific examples:
- to observe a situation for any changes which may occur over time, using a monitor or measuring device of some sort:
- Application Performance Monitoring
- Monitoring (medicine)
- Baby monitor, medical monitor, Heart rate monitor
- Business Transaction Monitoring
- Cure monitoring for composite materials manufacturing
- Deformation monitoring
- Election monitoring
- Environmental monitoring
- Mining monitoring
- Natural hazard monitoring
- Network monitoring
- System Monitoring
- Website monitoring
- Futures monitoring, Media monitoring service
- to observe the behaviour or communications of individuals or groups (see surveillance)
- Monitoring competence at a task.
- Clinical monitoring for new medical drugs
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