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Typically, processing describes the act of taking something through an established and usually routine set of procedures to convert it from one form to another, as a manufacturing procedure (processing milk into cheese) or administrative procedure (processing paperwork to grant a mortgage loan).

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process.tigris.org (116 words)
The software process improvment movement really took hold in the 1990's.
It focused the attention of software engineering on development process rather than on specific tools or technologies.
This category holds projects that define or support software development processes and links to supporting background information.
Jumsoft | Process (1228 words)
The Process window not only gives you full control over your projects, it efficiently links you to all the resources you need to complete them—including real-time connections with any networked colleagues, students or business associates who might be working on projects with you.
Some might categorize Process as a flexible outlining and project management application, but we like to think of it as the interface between mind and matter—your mind and everything that matters to you.
Our aim was to incorporate into Process not only the powerful, catlike reflexes of a tiger, but also the big cat’s furtiveness in order to make your interface experience as instinctive and unconscious as possible.
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