Science and Technology
- Process (engineering), in the article, engineering which is collaborative and concerned with completing a project as a whole; or, in general, a set of transformations of input elements into output elements with specific properties, with the transformations characterized by parameters and constraints
- Systems engineering process, a process for applying systems engineering techniques to the development of systems
- Process (science), a method or event that results in a transformation in a physical or biological object, a substance or an organism
- Chemical process, a method or means of changing one or more chemicals or chemical compounds
- Thermodynamic process, the energetic evolution of a thermodynamic system
- Process control, a statistics and engineering discipline that deals with controlling the output of processes
- Process theory, the scientific study of processes
- Stochastic process, in probability theory, a random process, as contrasted to a deterministic process
- Process (patent), usually refers to a manufacturing process
- Food processing, transforming raw ingredients into food
- Information processing, change (processing) of information detectable by an observer
- Process Manufacturing, manufacturing concerned with formulas and recipes
- Signal processing, analysis of images and time-varying measurement values
- Process ontology, a description of the components and their relationships that make up a process
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