Process

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Process or processing may refer to:

Biology and psychology[edit]

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Computing and information theory[edit]

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  • Array processing, the processing of signals from arrays of sensors
  • Analog signal processing, in engineering, any signal processing conducted on analog signals by analog means
  • Audio signal processing, signal processing of electrical signals representing sound, such as speech or music
  • Chemical process modeling, a computer modeling technique used in chemical engineering process design
  • Image processing, processing of images from digital cameras, computers and various imaging systems
  • Isentropic process, a process in engineering analysis and calculation
  • Process control, a statistics and engineering discipline that deals with controlling the output of processes
  • Process design, the design of processes for desired physical and/or chemical transformation of materials
  • Process (engineering), in engineering, a set of interrelated tasks that transform inputs into outputs
  • Process engineering, focuses on the design, operation, control, and optimization of chemical, physical, and biological processes
  • Process flow diagram, a diagram used in chemical and process engineering to show the flow of plant processes and equipment
  • Process variable, in engineering, the current status of a process under control
  • Process integration, a term in chemical engineering which emphasizes the unity of the process
  • Signal processing, in system engineering, the operations on or analysis of signals, time-varying, or spatially varying physical quantities
  • Video processing, processing and interpreting moving pictures
  • process monitoring,

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Science and statistics[edit]

  • Adiabatic process, in thermodynamics, any process occurring without gain or loss of heat within a system
  • Branching process, a process in probability theory
  • Chemical process, a method or means of changing one or more chemicals or chemical compounds
  • Cognitive process, in science, a group of mental processes that includes attention, memory, producing and understanding language, learning, reasoning, problem solving, and decision making
  • Diffusion process, in probability theory, a diffusion process is a solution to a stochastic differential equation
  • Empirical process, a stochastic process that describes the proportion of objects in a system in a given state
  • Isenthalpic process, a process that proceeds without any change in enthalpy
  • Isobaric process, a thermodynamic process in which the pressure remains constant
  • Isochoric process, a thermodynamic process in which the volume of the closed system undergoing such a process remains constant
  • Isothermal process, a change in a system in which the temperature remains constant
  • Lévy process, in probability theory, a stochastic process with independent, stationary increments
  • Poisson process, a process in probability theory
  • Polytropic process, a thermodynamic process that is reversible
  • Predictable process, in probability theory, a stochastic process whose value is knowable
  • Process calculus, a diverse family of related approaches for formally modeling concurrent systems
  • Process function, mathematical concept used in thermodynamics
  • Process (science), knowledge of the complex subject matter of science and the design of methodologically sound scientific experiments
  • Process theory, the scientific study of processes
  • Quasistatic process, a thermodynamic process that happens infinitely slowly
  • Statistical process control - quality control using statistical methods to monitor and control production
  • Stochastic process, in probability theory, a random process, as contrasted to a deterministic process
  • Thermodynamic process, the energetic evolution of a thermodynamic system
  • Wiener process, in mathematics, a continuous-time stochastic process
  • Digital signal processing (DSP), the mathematical manipulation of an information signal to modify or improve it
  • Statistical signal processing, analyzing and extracting information from signals and noise based on their stochastic properties

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