[ verb ] keep tabs on; keep an eye on; keep under surveillance
Used in print(Dan McLachlan, Jr., "Communication Networks and...)
They also furnish proof that , in modern war , message sending must be monitored .
Without monitoring , a military hookup becomes a noisy party .
The need for monitoring became greater when radio was adopted for military signaling .
Next to the old problem of the slowness of decision_making , network structure seems to be paramount , and without monitoring no network has value .
Even the officer in_charge , be it a captain ( for small display ) or a general , is restrained by monitoring .
[ noun ] (nautical,transportation) an iron-clad vessel built by Federal forces to do battle with the Merrimac