event

listen to the pronunciation of event
İngilizce - Türkçe
olay

Olay anımızda hâlâ tazedir. - The event is still fresh in our memory.

Onun sahneye ilk çıkışı mevsimin en büyük sosyal olayı idi. - Her debut was the biggest social event of the season.

{i} sonuç

Sonuçta işler değişti. - Things eventually changed.

Tom'un sonuçta Mary'ye elmas bir yüzük alması için yeterli parası olmalıydı. - Tom should eventually have enough money to buy Mary a diamond ring.

{i} vaka
{i} yarışma

Dalış yarışması Olimpiyatları izlemek için Mary'nin favori olaylardan biridir. - The diving competition is one of Mary's favorite events to watch in the Olympics.

Atletizm yarışması yıllık bir etkinliktir. - The athletic meet is an annual event.

vak’a
aksiyon
(Askeri) müsabaka
ne olursa olsun

Ne olursa olsun elimden gelenin en iyisini yapacağım. - In any event, I will do my best.

karşılaşma
halinde
{i} akıbet
{i} durum

Bir zombi kıyameti durumunda ne yapardın? - What would you do in the event of a zombie apocalypse?

Talihsizlik durumunda kutlamalar en iyisidir. - In the event of misfortune, celebrations are the best.

{i} hadise
{i} hal

Her halükarda denemeye değer. - It's worth trying at all events.

Olay belleğimde hâlâ canlı duruyor. - The event still remains vivid in my memory.

in the event of takdirde
(Askeri) MÜSABAKA (SPORDA), OLAY, VAKA
{i} maç
in any event her halûkârda
eventful hadiselerle dolu
quite an event olağanüstü bir durum
eventfully olaylarla dolu olarak
{i} olgu

Ben olguyu erteledim. - I postponed the event.

organizasyon

Maraton organizatörleri, hava şartları gözetilmeksizin, organizasyonun devam edeceğini söyledi. - The organisers of the marathon said that the event would go ahead, regardless of the weather conditions.

Hayır organizasyonunda klarnet çalmam istendi. - I've been asked to play my clarinet at a charity event.

etkinlik

Which events have you entered for ?.

Tom etkinlikte Mary'ye eşlik etti. - Tom accompanied Mary to the event.

Etkinlik çok iyi planlandı. - The event was very well planned.

olaya
epizot
eventful
{s} olaylı
event address
(Bilgisayar) olay adresi
event analysis
olay analizi
event banners
(Bilgisayar) olay büyük başlıkları
event brochures
(Bilgisayar) olay broşürleri
event category
(Bilgisayar) olay kategorisi
event character
(Bilgisayar) olay karakteri
event class
(Bilgisayar) olay sınıfı
event classes
(Bilgisayar) olay sınıfları
event code
(Bilgisayar) olay kodu
event create
(Bilgisayar) olay oluşturma
event date
(Bilgisayar) olay tarihi
event detail
(Bilgisayar) olay ayrıntıları
event dir
(Bilgisayar) olay dizini
event director
(Bilgisayar) organizasyon yöneticisi
event flyers
(Bilgisayar) olay el ilanları
event guid
(Bilgisayar) olay guid
event id
(Bilgisayar) olay kimliği
event id
(Bilgisayar) org no
event log
(Bilgisayar) olay günlüğü
event log level
(Bilgisayar) olay günlüğü düzeyi
event log name
(Bilgisayar) olay günlüğü adı
event logging
(Bilgisayar) olay günlüğü
event lot
(Ticaret) yuvarlak miktar
event manager
(Bilgisayar) organizasyon yöneticisi
event module
(Bilgisayar) olay modülü
event monitor
(Bilgisayar) olay izleyici
event name
(Bilgisayar) organizasyon adı
event number
(Bilgisayar) olay numarası
event of default
(Kanun) temerrüt durumu
event postcards
(Bilgisayar) olay kartpostalları
event schedule
(Bilgisayar) olay zamanlaması
event source
(Bilgisayar) olay kaynağı
event sources
(Bilgisayar) olay kaynakları
event speakers
(Bilgisayar) olay konuşmacıları
event sponsorship
(Reklam) etkinlik sponsorluğu
event suppressing
olay bastırma
event table
etkinlik tablosu
event template
(Askeri) olay şablonu
event time
(Bilgisayar) olay zamanı
event title
(Bilgisayar) olay başlığı
event tracing
olay izleme
event triggers
(Bilgisayar) olay tetikleyicileri
event type
(Bilgisayar) organizasyon tipi
event type id
(Bilgisayar) organizasyon türü no
event types
(Bilgisayar) olay türleri
event types
(Bilgisayar) organizasyon türleri
event viewer
(Bilgisayar) olay görüntüleyicisi
event viewer
(Bilgisayar) olay görüntüleyici
event from
Etkinlikten
event handler
(Bilgisayar) İşlem yorumlayıcısı
event horizon
olay ufku
event planner
olay planlayıcısı
event driven simulation
olay gudumlu benzetim
event management
olay yonetimi
event procedures
Olay Yordamları
event recorder
(Bilgisayar) olay kayıtçısı
event recorder
olay kayitcisi
event recorder
(Bilgisayar) olay kaydedicisi
event tree
(Nükleer Bilimler) olay ağacı
event tree analysis
(Nükleer Bilimler) olay ağacı analizi
event viewer
Olay İzleyicisi
fundraising event
Bağış toplama etkinliği
in the event
sonuçta
events
organizasyonlar
in the event that
takdirde
choose an event
(Bilgisayar) olay seç
company event
şirket etkinliği
complementary event
tümler olay
discrete event simulation
(Ticaret) özgün durum simülasyonu
discrete event simulation
ayrık olaylı benzetim
events
vukuat
export event
(Bilgisayar) olayı ver
exposure event
(Tıp) maruz kalma olayı
flood event
feyezan hadisesi
in the event
(deyim) olursa
in the event
(deyim) olması durumunda
in the event of
(Havacılık) halinde durumunda
in the event of
takdirinde
in the event of
vukuunda
in the event of
takdirde
in the event that
ihtimaline karşı
insured event
(Ticaret) sigortalanmış olay
last event
(Bilgisayar) son olay
previous event
(Bilgisayar) önceki olay
process event
(Bilgisayar) işlem olayı
provide event
(Bilgisayar) olay sağla
sound event
(Bilgisayar) ses olayı
complementary event
tümleyen olay
eventful
olaylarla dolu
field event
atletizmde yarıştan başka müsabakalar
in the event of
olduğu taktirde
in the event of
yağdayında
independent event
bağımsız olay
initial ionizing event
ilk iyonlaşma olayı
ionizing event
iyonlaştırma olayı
natural event
doğal olay
news event
olay
periodic event
periyodik olay
recurrent event
yinelenen olay
track event
izleme olayı
It is easy to be wise after the event
(Atasözü) Araba devrildikten sonra yol gösteren çok olur
accident, casual event
kaza, gündelik olay
adverse event
(Tıp, İlaç) bir ilaca karşı beklenmedik tepki
an event
bir olay
at that event
bu Event'de
blessed event
(deyim) Bir çocuğun doğumu, dünyaya gelişi
blessed event
mübarek olay
charity event
Yardım kampanyası
control event rate: see event rate
Kontrol olay hızı: Bak olay oranı
current event
Güncel olay
eventfulness
Hadiselerle doluluk, hareketlilik ve heyecanlılık
events
olaylar

Tom spor olaylarını sever. - Tom loves sports events.

Geçen yılın önemli olayları nelerdi? - What were the chief events of last year?

field event
atletizm yarışmaları
flag event
bayrak olayı
fringe event
fringe olay
happy event
(deyim) Bir çocuğun doğumu, dünyaya gelişi
happy event
mutlu olay
heinrich event
Heinrich olayı, klimatolog Hartmut Heinrich tarafından tespit edilen ve son buz çağında buzulların erimesiyle kaya kütlelerinin okyanus tabanına çökmesi olayı
in any event
ne olursa olsun

Ne olursa olsun elimden gelenin en iyisini yapacağım. - In any event, I will do my best.

insurance event
(Sigorta) Sigortacılıkta sigortaya söz konusu olan olay
key event
kritik olay
life event
yaşam olayı
mysterious event
esrarengiz olay
non event
olmayan olay
public event
halka açık etkinlik
reach closure on an issue or event
bir konu veya olay hakkında kapatma ulaşmak
sentinel event
sentinel olay
sound event hardening
ses olayı sertleşme
sporting event
olay spor
swimming event
yüzme olay
system event
sistem olay
the event
olay
trigger event
tetikleyici olay
wise after the event
olay bilge sonra
eventful
maceralı
eventful
hadiseli
eventful
ciddi
eventful
önemli
eventful
önemli olaylarla dolu
eventfully
olaylı bir şekilde
eventfully
hareketli olarak
tactical event system; theater event system
(Askeri) taktik vaka sistemi; harekat alanı vaka sistemi
İngilizce - İngilizce
An occurrence; something that happens
A point in spacetime having three spatial coordinates and one temporal coordinate
An end result; an outcome (now chiefly in phrases)

In the event, he turned out to have what I needed anyway.

A set of some of the possible outcomes; a subset of the sample space
A possible action that the user can perform that is monitored by an application or the operating system (event listener). When an event occurs an event handler is called which performs a specific task
{n} an end, conclusion, issue, consequence
That which comes, arrives, or happens; that which falls out; any incident, good or bad
An "event" in genetic engineering is the insertion of a particular piece of foreign DNA into the chromosome of the recipient Insertion occurs in random locations, so each event is unique The event can affect how a gene is expressed in the organism Once an event occurs, the transgene can be passed to the next generation as a normally inherited gene
The consequence of anything; the issue; conclusion; result; that in which an action, operation, or series of operations, terminates
n 1 Some sort of significant event, such as a user gesture (such as moving the pointer, pressing a pointer button, or typing a keystroke) or a window configuration event (such as resizing a window) 2 A Lisp object that represents an event [annotate]
To break forth
A significant occurrence in a system or application that a program detects Events typically trigger actions, such as sending a user notification or adding a log entry
Clients are informed of information asynchronously by means of events These events can be either asynchronously generated from devices or generated as side effects of client requests Events are grouped into types The server never sends an event to a client unless the client has specifically asked to be informed of that type of event However, clients can force events to be sent to other clients Events are typically reported relative to a window
What occurs when two particles collide or a single particle decays Particle theories predict the probabilities of various possible events occurring when many similar collisions or decays are studied They cannot predict the outcome for any single event
In ordinary language, an occurrence, a happening In MIDI, the signal that is transmittted-- like note on, note off, program change, control change [See also: PROGRAM CHANGE, CONTROL CHANGE ]
An event is something that happens, especially when it is unusual or important. You can use events to describe all the things that are happening in a particular situation. the events of Black Wednesday A new book by Grass is always an event
a special set of circumstances; "in that event, the first possibility is excluded"; "it may rain in which case the picnic will be canceled"
The target application dispatches events when something interesting has occured; those events can be mouse clicks or keyboard input When a user presses a key, the target application dispatches a key event, and the capture&replay tool stores the event to the record There are other events than user interactions: focus changes on GUI elements, window events (when a window has been closed)
Most commonly, the occurrence of an action taken by the user, such as right-clicking the mouse, that's recognized by the operating system and passed to the foreground application Windows NT and its server applications generate events, such as problem reports, without user intervention
a phenomenon located at a single point in space-time; the fundamental observational entity in relativity theory
Any subset of a sample is called an event Those subsets containing a single outcome are called simple events In rolling a die the event might be that an even number is rolled There are six simple events 1,2,3,4,5,6
something that happens at a given place and time
An event is a planned and organized occasion, for example a social gathering or a sports match. major sporting events. our programme of lectures and social events
something that happens at a given place and time a phenomenon located at a single point in space-time; the fundamental observational entity in relativity theory a special set of circumstances; "in that event, the first possibility is excluded"; "it may rain in which case the picnic will be canceled
Generic term for a signal occurring in the detector For the X-ray cameras, the deposition of an X-ray in the CCD produces signal charge, which is eventually registered when the matrix of pixel charges are read out to external electronics Anything registered above the threshold level of these electronics might also be considered an event, for example the detection of a cosmic ray or proton, gamma ray, or other noise source In the OM, the desirable signal event is of course the detection of an optical photon In the science documents, event is used synonymously with "photon" and "count"
Any action, often generated by a user or an ActiveX control, to which a program might respond Typical events include pressing a keyboard key, choosing a button by using a mouse click, and other mouse actions Programmers write code to respond to these actions
An event is created when a room(s) is attached to a job description Students can access the interview information on InterviewTRAK only when this step has been completed
An occurrence during the execution of a task, such as the completion of an input/output operation
An event is one of the races or competitions that are part of an organized occasion such as a sports meeting. A solo piper opens Aberdeen Highland Games at 10am and the main events start at 1pm
You use in the event of, in the event that, and in that event when you are talking about a possible future situation, especially when you are planning what to do if it occurs. The bank has agreed to give an immediate refund in the unlikely event of an error being made
{i} occurrence, happening; competition, contest
An occurrence of social or personal importance
Network message indicating operational irregularities in physical elements of a network or a response to the occurrence of a significant task, typically the completion of a request for information See also alarm and trap
In probability, an event is an occurrence or the possibility of an occurrence that is being investigated
A signal fired by the operating system in response to a user action For example, when a user clicks (and holds down) a mouse button, a MouseDown event is sent by the operating system The active application intercepts this signal and executes the code attached to the MouseDown event
—A notification by a program or operating system that "something has happened " An event may be fired (or raised) in response to the occurrence of a pre-defined action (e g , a window getting focus, a user clicking a button, a timer indicating a specific interval of time has passed, or a program starting up or shutting down) In response to an event, an event handler is called
An affair in hand; business; enterprise
An event is a change within the system, including the creation or deletion of objects or relationships, the starting or stopping of an activity, and the reception of messages
An event occurs when two particles collide or a single particle decays Particle theories predict the probabilities of various events occurring when many similar collisions or decays are studied They cannot predict the outcome for a single collision or decay
You say in the event after you have been discussing what could have happened in a particular situation, in order to indicate that you are now describing what actually did happen. `Don't underestimate us', Norman Willis warned last year. There was, in the event, little danger of that
An event is the representation of some asynchronous occurrence (such as a mouse click on the presentation of the element, or the removal of child node from an element, or any of unthinkably many other possibilities) that gets associated with an event target
The link between the behavior that a component wants to react to and the code that tells the application how to respond Java differentiates between the source of an event (the provider) and the handler for an event (what to do) In NonStop™ DOM and JORB, an asynchronous message sent by one object to another In Distributed System Management (DSM), an error or other occurrence of significance to the operator, described in a message from a software subsystem to the Event Management Service (EMS)
You say in any event after you have been discussing a situation, in order to indicate that what you are saying is true or possible, in spite of anything that has happened or may happen. In any event, the bowling alley restaurant proved quite acceptable. = anyway
a phenomenon that follows and is caused by some previous phenomenon; "the magnetic effect was greater when the rod was lengthwise"; "his decision had depressing consequences for business"; "he acted very wise after the event"
The direct or indirect report of external activity, especially user activity on the keyboard and mouse
(n ) A previous line of input from the terminal; usually either a command line or an attempted command line The UNIX® history function maintains a numbered list of the last several events that you have entered
A geographic feature occurring on or along a linear feature There are three event types: linear, continuous, and point For example, a left lane closure on route I-10 from the 1 5 to 2 1 mileposts is a linear event A continuous event is a linear event where the start position of a segment is the same as the end position of its preceding event, such as for speed limits A point event occurs at a point along a route, for example, an accident at milepost 6 3 on route I-10 In ArcInfo, an event is defined in terms of a route and measures along the route See also route-system
1 A significant action, such as a user gesture (e g , moving the pointer, pressing a pointer button, or typing a keystroke) or a window configuration change (e g , resizing a window) 2 A Lisp object that represents an event
chance
event derivative
prediction market
event horizon
The gravitational sphere of a black hole within which the escape velocity is greater than the speed of light, causing time to practically stop
event horizon
A point of no return, by analogy to the astronomical usage
event horizons
plural form of event horizon
event marketing
The marketing discipline focused on face to face interaction via live events, trade shows and corporate meetings among other event types

Event Marketing covers business to business (B2B), business to consumer (B2C), and business to Government (B2G) marketing. Differing from traditional marketing such as print, radio and television, event marketing takes into consideration all of the aspects of a live experience including, spatial design, graphic design, video, audio, web, interactive and live talent to create a motivating and memorable experience.

event horizon
(Astronomi) The region, usually described as spherical, marking the outer boundary of a black hole, inside which the gravitational force is strong enough to prevent matter or radiation from escaping
event notification
(Bilgisayar) Event notification is a term used in conjunction with communications software for linking applications that generate small messages (the "events") to applications that monitor the associated conditions and may take actions triggered by events
event driven
activated by actions or occurrences
event handler
In event-driven programming, a method that is called when a relevant event occurs See the chapters on Event-Driven Programming and Event Delegation
event handler
Code added to an HTML tag that is run whenever a particular event occurs
event handler
JavaScript resides in the browser, so it can access distinct parts of the html page In this example html page, there is a form, inside of which is a select object, in which there are option tags that have values The subject of this deconstruction, the onchange event handler, has an action associated with it that is executed whenever something changes, ie on a change to the object, the event handler does what it has been told to do If you set the onchange event handler on an object, whenever that object is changed, the onchange event handler does what you have told it to do
event handler
a method called by Java when the user performs an action
event handler
(Oracle Enterprise Manager Concepts Guide)
event handler
A piece of code for processing an event An event handler for a window or dialog box is an Object COBOL method An event handler for an HTML or ActiveX layout form is written in JavaScript or JScript and embedded in the HTML page
event handler
The code that is executed when an event occurs
event handler
A NonStop™ CORBA object that supports asynchronous communication between a NonStop™ CORBA application process and other processes, for example, a legacy client or server Event handlers are specialized to manage connections using file-system, context-sensitive Pathway, or TCP/IP protocol
event handler
A method that is designed to do some specified processing when a particular event happens The class that generates the event is referred to as an event source See also: event
event handler
A form method attached to an event The event handler executes when that particular event occurs
event handler
A module exporting functions which can process events sent to an event manager process The event handler is a behaviour of type gen_event
event handler
A callback function that lets an application respond directly to Photon events, such as dragging events
event handler
A procedure called by the Xt event dispatcher when a widget receives an event of a given type Event handlers provide input processing at a lower level than callbacks or action routines
event handler
A callback procedure that processes one or more events
event handler
—A function or method containing program statements that are executed in response to an event See Callback method
event handler
An event handler is the code that is executed when an event occurs Example of events could be a mouse click or a variable value being reached An event handler could cause a new page to load
event handler
segment of a program which responds to the occurrence of events
event handler
A piece of code to respond to certain events On web pages, events are usually user actions such as moving the mouse, typing, etc An event handler controls the response to that action, thus making content dynamic
event log
(NetVigil) The NetVigil event log is a list of all the events that have occurred for the devices being monitored in the past twenty-four hours
event log
An event log is a finite collection of event data that resides in shared memory See also processed event log, raw event log
event log
One of several logs in which Windows 2000 Server records information about server events, such as errors, warnings, or informational events
event log
A record of significant events kept in the director
event log
Event logs provide a centralized collection point for all kinds of error reports, system alerts, diagnostic messages, and status messages generated by a system Event logging is a facility used by computer systems to record the occurrence of significant events An "event" is any change that occurs in a system -- for example, a user logon, an addition to a file, or a change to a user's privileges Because a computer system may experience hundreds or thousands of events each second, it is important to distinguish which events require the immediate attention of a system administrator, which should be recorded as entries in the system's event log for later analysis, and which can be safely ignored
event log
logs event messages issued by programs and Windows Event Log reports contain information that can be useful in diagnosing problems Reports are viewed in Event Viewer The Event Log service writes events sent by applications, services, and the operating system to log files The events contain diagnostic information in addition to errors specific to the source application, service, or component The logs can be viewed programmatically through the Event Log APIs or through the Event Viewer in a Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in If the event log is disabled, you will be unable to track events, which reduces your ability to quickly diagnose problems with your system In addition, you won't be able to audit security events
event management
The process in a supply chain or other system used to define, prevent or detect, identify and communicate with partners, propose resolution and followup situations that threaten to disrupt the flow of data, goods or services Considered a proactive approach based on prediction and prevention, as compared to standard exception reporting systems
event management
A process sending an event notification to one or more other pro-cesses Event management is primarily used for setting or modifying configuration parameters in running processes (e g , modifying their logging options or forcing them to re-read their configuration files)
event management
A mechanism by which transport providers notify transport users of the occurrence of significant events
event planner
A usually professional planner of parties or social events, as for corporate or government officials
event planner
someone who plans social events as a profession (usually for government or corporate officials)
event rate
is the proportion of patients in a group in whom an the event is observed Thus, if out of 100 patients, the event is observed in 27, the event rate is 0 27 Control Event Rate (CER) and Experiemental Event Rate (EER) are used to refer to this in control and experimental groups of patients respectively
event rate
This is a term for absolute risk
event type
The combination of event class and event kind that uniquely identifies an event to the Carbon Event Manager See also event class, event kind
event type
The signature of an event: its name and parameter types
event type
Code table identifying the various events that can be entered into the event tables Event type is more specific than event category (e g tornado, rodeo, etc )
event type
In error traces, specifies one or more of the following types of error events: debug, information, notice, warning, error, critical alert, and emergency
event-driven
Programming language characteristic that allows the development of programs to execute based on user-requested events rather than on a linear sequence through the program
event-driven
A process such as a GUI that responds to events It enters a main loop, waiting for an event to occur After responding to the event, it returns to the loop and waits for the next event
event-driven
A kind of program with a main loop that waits for events to occur Each event has an associated handler that is passed the details of the event as soon as it is detected This is in contrast to a polling program that frequently wakes up and checks for whether an event has happened yet, or a scheduled system that periodically wakes up and handles pending events
event-driven
A term for a programming methodology which is based on waiting for events, and processing each as it occurs
event-driven
Nonprocedural programming that detects an event when it occurs and generates an appropriate response to that event (10)
event-driven
Code whose sequence of execution is controlled or driven by events, rather than by a main program Most object-oriented code, including Hyperwire titles, is event-driven
event-driven
The property of an operating system or environment, such as Windows, that implies the existence of an idle loop When an event occurs, the idle loop is exited and event-handler code, specific to the event, is executed After the event handler has completed its operation, execution returns to the idle loop, awaiting the next event
K-T extinction event
The rapid dying off of a large percentage of all animal species in a comparatively short period of time 65.5 million years ago. This coincides with the end of the Cretaceous period, and may have been caused by an impact event
blessed event
The birth of a baby

Soon we come to the mother-to-be-any-minute-now in the delivery room, and there is some question about whether the father can/will/wants to get to the hospital in time for the blessed event.

blessed event
An occurrence or occasion which is particularly noteworthy and enjoyable

There was a time not so long ago when a company poised to go public would invite a reporter inside to memorialize the moments leading up to the blessed event.

credit event
A significant default on a financial instrument or some other financial occurrence, such as bankruptcy, restructuring, repudiation, or moratorium, or failure to pay some other obligation, such as taxes
doomsday event
An occurrence which causes the end of the universe or which destroys the planet earth; a global cataclysm

Sceptics claim switching on the supercooled magnets could create a doomsday event that would destroy the Earth.

doomsday event
A disastrous occurrence

You just don't know if they are planning a doomsday event or not. Dunford said police worked with school officials to secure the building.

doomsday event
A localized event causing widespread death or destruction within a specific geographical area

An earthquake of as much as 7.3 magnitude . . . is the maximum predicted earthquake in Utah, said Johnson. We could call that a doomsday event..

eventfully
In a eventful manner; with much activity
in any event
at any rate, anyhow
non-event
A situation which, contrary to expectation, turned out to be uninteresting, unimportant or unexciting; an anticlimax
quick time event
An interactive cut scene-like sequence in a video game wherein the player must push the displayed button displayed on-screen to finish the sequence. Failure to push the indicated buttons will result in damage or death to the player character
sentinel event
As defined by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, any unanticipated or unusual event in a medical setting which results in death or serious physical injury to a person or persons, specifically including limb loss or gross motor function
signalling event
A change of the state of a communication channel, each state representing a symbol that is to be transmitted
signalling event
A transmitter encodes data by producing a signal which is a continuous stream of signalling events each which has sufficient information for the receiver to recover the original data. Just like a quantum leap is the smallest measurable leap, a signalling event is the smallest possible amount of signal that the receiver needs to recover the original data without error
speciation event
a moment when the evolutional lineage splits, starting history of a new species
eventful
{a} full of incidents or changes
blessed event
(deyim) The birth of a child, happy event
happy event
(deyim) The birth of a child, blessed event
sentinel event
A sentinel event is defined by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) as any unanticipated event in a healthcare setting resulting in death or serious physical or psychological injury to a person or persons, not related to the natural course of the patient's illness. Sentinel events specifically include loss of a limb or gross motor function, and any event for which a recurrence would carry a risk of a serious adverse outcome. Sentinel events are identified under JCAHO accreditation policies to help aid in root cause analysis and to assist in development of preventative measures. The Joint Commission tracks events in a database to ensure events are adequately analyzed and undesirable trends or decreases in performance are caught early and mitigated
Event log
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eventful
having important issues or results; "the year's only really consequential legislation"; "an eventful decision"
eventful
If you describe an event or a period of time as eventful, you mean that a lot of interesting, exciting, or important things have happened during it. Her eventful life included holding senior positions in the Colonial Service. full of interesting or important events
eventful
{s} busy, full of events; momentous
eventful
full of events or incidents; "the most exhausting and eventful day of my life"
eventful
Of or pertaining to high levels of activity; having many memorable events
eventful
Full of, or rich in, events or incidents; as, an eventful journey; an eventful period of history; an eventful period of life
eventful
full of events or incidents; "the most exhausting and eventful day of my life
eventfully
In a eventful manner}
eventfully
in an eventful manner; momentously, significantly
eventfulness
{i} abundance of events, eventful quality; momentousness
eventfulness
The property of being eventful
events
The 4 women's events in gymnastics are Floor, Uneven Bars, Beam, Vault The 6 men's events are Floor, Pommel Horse, Rings, Vault, Parallel Bars, High Bar
events
This field indicates the specific event associated with the item cited in the Object Name field Type the word(s) you want to search for into the Events text box e g World War I 1914-1919; 1986 Olympics ;1953 Royal Visit
events
School events (e g seminars)
events
System occurrences, such as user log ons, that are logged to a tool designed to monitor such occurrences and to display them in a window or log them to a file (Search)
events
{i} particular occurrences, specific happenings
events
Rum Fest 2000
events
Events encapsulate the idea of "notification" by providing three operations: register to be notified when the event occurs; remove registration for notification; and announce that the event has occurred Events are a form of syntactic sugar, at a fundamental level they are function calls
events
An Event is the actual piece of code that is executed to fulfill a task For instance, a "retrieve event" is the block of code to to retrieve all attributes for an object type from the database For more information, see Object Event Definitions
events
Our events are vasty different from Medieval or Rennasiance fairs Our events are not choreographed shows designed to entertain the public and sell souveniors They are highly interactive and immersive experiences without "spectators" Though we dont expect too much from complete "newbies", everyone who attends is part of the "action" The typical event revolves around a peiod feast and some sort of ceremony to mark the Holiday Other activities such as combat, games, story telling, and music are fairly typical of events as well
events
NLANR/DAST Training - NLANR Packets Calendar - Idesk Travel Schedule
events
plural of event
events
Functions, Processes, Activities and Tasks
events
Events describe particular activities that might affect the behaviour of a program Mouse events such as Mouse Up, Mouse Down, Mouse Within demonstrate user interaction with a program Keyboard events, time-based events and program level events allow multimedia programmers to offer users specific experiences
events
drive the Stateflow diagram execution All events that affect the Stateflow diagram must be defined The occurrence of an event causes the status of the states in the Stateflow diagram to be evaluated The broadcast of an event can trigger a transition to occur and/or can trigger an action to be executed Events are broadcast in a top-down manner starting from the event's parent in the hierarchy
events
A method for task communication and synchronization The directives provided by the event manager are used to service events
events
Forces of change that are one-time occurrences Examples of events include the closing of a hospital, a natural disaster, or the passage of a piece of legislation
events
happenings that both affect an organization's financial position and can be reliably measured (p 83)
events
An event is something generate or performed by the user For example, it could be a mouse button press or release, a key press or release, or mouse movement, etc
events
In NewPlanner, these are items like special dates, weekly meetings, important appointments, etc
events
Happenings that both affect an organization's financial position and can be reliably measured (See (p 41))
events
The 'EVENTS' box contains a list of economic announcements to be made that day together with the general market consensus of the expected statistical outcome Any notable event having the possibility of a significant impact on the market will likely be referred to in the OUTLOOK box
events
function Event can be for user-written code to process an event
events
Something that happens; a noteworthy happening In the security context this usually represents an occurrence such as a security incident, alarm, medical emergency or related episode or experience
events
Sportsman of the Year Heisman Trophy Swimsuit 2001
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