프로세스 (동음이의)

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프로세스(process)는 객체시스템속성이나 특성 변화의 연속이나 자연스러운 발생을 말한다.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7]

주석[편집]

  1. Francis Rawle's (1914) revision of John Bouvier (1839), Law Dictionary p.2731: Process
  2. "Process" Encyclopaedia Britannica, Eleventh Edition
  3. Wilbur B. Davenport, Jr. and William L. Root (1958) An introduction to the theory of Random Signals and Noise LCC 57-10020. p.39: Random Processes
  4. Richard P. Feynman, Robert B. Leighton, and Matthew Sands (1963) The Feynman Lectures on Physics ISBN 0-201-02010-6 p.1-5: Atomic processes
  5. F. Reif (1965) Statistical Physics volume 5 of the Berkeley Physics Course ISBN 0700486229 pp.49-50, 127-135
  6. S. Giedion (1948) Mechanization takes Command: a contribution to anonymous history Processed food: pp. 42, 78, 186, 224-5
  7. Ovid Eshbach and Mott Souders (eds.) (1936, 1952, 1975) Handbook of Engineering Fundamentals ISBN 0-471-24553-4 pp.875-880: processes and state changes for fluids