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A process is a set of interrelated activities that interact to achieve a result.

Process may refer to:

In arts and entertainment[edit]

In law[edit]

  • Due process, the concept that governments must respect the rule of law
  • Legal process, the proceedings and records of a legal case
  • Service of process, the procedure of giving official notice of a legal proceeding

In science and technology[edit]

In biology and psychology[edit]

In chemistry[edit]

  • Chemical process, a method or means of changing one or more chemicals or chemical compounds
  • Unit process, a step in manufacturing in which chemical reaction takes place

In computing[edit]

In mathematics[edit]

In thermodynamics[edit]

In Management[edit]

Other uses[edit]


  1. ^ Dawis, E. P., J. F. Dawis, Wei-Pin Koo (2001). Architecture of Computer-based Systems using Dualistic Petri Nets. Systems, Man, and Cybernetics, 2001 IEEE International Conference on Volume 3, 2001 Page(s):1554 - 1558 vol.3
  2. ^ Project Management Institute, Body of Knowledge (PMIBoK), 5th edition, 2013, Section 3, page 47