from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. The flow or progress of work done by a company, industry, department, or person.
- n. The rate at which such flow or progress takes place.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The rate at which a flow of work takes place
- n. A process and/or procedure in which tasks are completed. It may be defined with a flowchart to define actors, actions, results, decisions, and action paths.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. progress (or rate of progress) in work being done
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Typical of the books in this series, an assembly-line workflow is assumed, with Williams receiving a script from someone else, passing off his pages to different colorists and letterers, and working under the supervision of an editor, who provides direction, approves work, and makes some artistic decisions, like cover designs.
It has python bindings (though on the beagle board, its probably much better to use the native C.) one way to improve the eissq. com workflow is to mask off the edge of the dials (so the text has been removed), you could then skip straight to the hough transform. as there is only one line (the needle) you should only get one result (!).
One of the barriers to adopting a new tool in your workflow is ease of use.
The workflow is still a work in progress as more people give out their opinion on it
My GTD collection, processing, organizing and reviewing workflow is very similar to many if not most of the others out there.
I think I'm so accustomed to a complicated workflow that a simpler workflow is confusing.
Apparently digital workflow is a big issue to some folks.
Annotation Edit is designed to give production houses and eLearning environments a smooth subtitle workflow for Apple DVD Studio Pro/Final Cut Pro, QuickTime WebTV and broadcast.
EskoArtwork to demonstrate innovative label workflow and digital printing solutions at Labelexpo Americas 2008
11: 30PM Jason Fitzpatrick | One of the barriers to adopting a new tool in your workflow is ease of use.