monitoring program

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n monitoring program a program that observes and regulates and controls or verifies the operations of a data-processing system
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Usage

In literature:

But the switch had been programmed to monitor itself constantly for any possible damage to its data.
"Hacker Crackdown" by Bruce Sterling
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In news:

Maine's prescription monitoring program .
As part of the effort to combat this growing type of substance abuse, Maine began operating a prescription drug monitoring program .
A National Monitoring Program .
In-Depth: Putting Kentucky's Prescription Monitoring Program to Work.
Privacy Group Sues DHS Over Social Media Monitoring Program .
New Pest Monitoring Program Available.
Grants Support Monitoring Program For New Marine Protected Areas Off Santa Barbara, Ventura County Coastlines.
Florida's governor urged not to nix Rx monitoring program .
A group of congressmen have called on Florida's governor not to scrap plans for a prescription drug monitoring program , citing the prevalence of illegal trafficking of prescription narcotics from the state.
Keep an eye on monitoring program .
The DMR Artificial Reef Program has a large metal work boat, the Fish Haven, designed to handle equipment needed to monitor the reefs as the staff fishes for samples.
Prescription drug monitoring programs that allow doctors to track who's prescribing and dispensing powerful painkillers , such as OxyContin and Vicodin, can help curb patients' so-called doctor shopping.
This web-based facilities maintenance management software allows users to track and monitor their customers' preventive maintenance programs.
Monitoring signals can be sent at a programmed rate ranging from five seconds to 21 minutes to accommodate different applications.
The program allows the monitoring of officers and their response time to incidents.
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In science:

A suite of DAQ programs has been written to provide user interfaces for monitoring, control (HV settings, etc.) and data-taking purposes.
The ICECUBE prototype string in AMANDA
Kiziloˇglu et al. (2005) have even more recently published the results of a six month monitoring program designed to search for variability in stars with X-ray counterparts.
The Variability and Rotation of Pre-main Sequence Stars in IC 348: Does Intracluster Environment Influence Stellar Rotation?
The repeatability of periodic behavior among IC 348 studies is also confirmed by comparison between the periods detected through our monitoring program and others.
The Variability and Rotation of Pre-main Sequence Stars in IC 348: Does Intracluster Environment Influence Stellar Rotation?
Eight of these stars were also studied in our monitoring program, and for three of them we have since found periods.
The Variability and Rotation of Pre-main Sequence Stars in IC 348: Does Intracluster Environment Influence Stellar Rotation?
We have begun a program of intensive transit monitoring of M-dwarfs to search for new transiting planets, and to search for variations in the timing of transits (TTVs) in GL 436 that would signal the presence of other unseen planets orbiting the system [1, 5, 8].
Transit Timing Observations of the Extrasolar Hot-Neptune Planet GL 436b
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