What is put in, taken in, or operated on by any process or system
perceptions and sensory input
A contribution of work, information, or material
there is little input from other professional members of the team
Energy supplied to a device or system; an electrical signal
the input is a low-frequency signal
The action or process of putting or feeding something in
the input of data to the system
The information fed into a computer or computer program
pen-based computers take input from a stylus
A place where, or a device through which, energy or information enters a system
the signal being fed through the main input
input signal: signal going into an electronic system
enter (data or a program) into a computer
remark: a statement that expresses a personal opinion or belief or adds information; "from time to time she contributed a personal comment on his account"
stimulation: any stimulating information or event; acts to arouse action
a component of production; something that goes into the production of output
The act or process of putting in; infusion; That which is put in, as in an amount; Contribution, or share in a contribution; Something fed into a process with the intention of it shaping or affecting the outputs of that process; To put in; put on; To enter data; To accept data that is entered
(Inputs) Resources that go into a program including staff time, materials, money, equipment, facilities, and volunteer time.
(Inputs) Purchases of goods and services.
(Inputs (resources)) items you will need to carry out the objectives or activities (surveys, money, staff time, volunteer time, etc.)
(Inputs) Components needed to grow a crop, including seed, fertilizer and crop protection products.
(Inputs) Information that must be entered or obtained from an external source.
(Inputs) Materials used in the construction and production of the things we use and includes natural resources and transportation systems to move materials. ...
(Inputs) Resources put into an organisation to carry out an activity. Inputs may be human, material, financial or expressed as time.
(Inputs) Resources that go into a program in order to mount the activities successfully.
(Inputs) Resources, such as costs, materials, and personnel, required to carry out the program.
(Inputs) The basic elements necessary for agricultural production. These primarily consist of seed, fertilizer, and crop chemicals such as herbicides, insecticides, and fungicides applied as-needed. Fuel expenses are frequently consider and input cost as well.
(Inputs) The products, services and material obtained from suppliers to produce the outputs delivered to customers.
(Inputs) The resources put in - money, equipment, buildings, people's time, energy and imagination.
(Inputs) The resources that an organisation uses to carry out its activities and operations. These include funding, premises, goods-in-kind and time donated by volunteers.
(Inputs) The resources used to produce outputs. Inputs are usually expressed as amounts of expenditure or of resources themselves (for example the number of employee/days). An input to one activity may also be the output of an earlier activity.
(Inputs) Video and Audio inputs designed for use with HDTV products so that you can display video from external devices such as DVD players, Blu-ray players, PCs, etc. Inputs include: HDMI, Component, Composite, S-Video, Digital Audio, PC Monitor, and Optical Digital Audio.
(Inputs) are the resources spent on your community engagement activity to achieve its overall aim or outcome. Inputs are time and money and include in-kind contributions (for example the use of a building). ...
(Inputs) psychic receivers, or inputs that each role uses.
(Inputs) raw materials put into the institution, department or curriculum to facilitate achievement of the outcomes.
(Inputs) the resources that are invested in particular activities, such as the level of funding spent on various activities or modes.