Definition of Subprocess

1. Noun. A process that is part of a larger overall process. ¹



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Definition of Subprocess

1. [n -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subprocess

subprefectures
subprehensile
subpremium
subprimate
subprimates
subprime
subprimes
subprincipal
subprincipals
subprior
subpriors
subproblem
subproblems
subprocedure
subprocedures
subprocess (current term)
subprocesses
subprocessor
subprocessors
subproduct
subproducts
subprofessional
subprogram
subprogramme
subprogrammes
subprograms
subproject
subprojects
subproletariat
subproletariats

Literary usage of Subprocess

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1. SAS(R) 9.1 Companion for OpenVMS Alpha by Sas Institute, Institute SAS Institute (2004)
"Running SAS in a SPAWN/NOWAIT subprocess The SPAWN= system option enables you ... Thus, to terminate the subprocess running SAS, use the STOP DCL command. ..."

2. New Source Review for Stationary Sources of Air Pollution by National Research Council (U. S.) (2006)
"However, the use of TABLE 3-6 Typical Air-Pollutant Compositions and Emission-Control Equipment Used in Each subprocess in Kraft Mills •'The control ..."

3. Change Is the Rule: Practical Actions for Change, on Target, on Time, on Budget by Winford E. Holland (2000)
"If no, what changes must be made in measures, goals, or objectives for each work process and subprocess? 3. Review those processes where step alterations ..."

4. Electronic Resource Management: Report of the DLF Resource Management Initiative by Timothy D. Jewell (2005)
"Each subprocess is depicted through its own diagram. The first subprocess, Product Consideration and Trial Processes, traces typical steps from the point at ..."

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