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Output is the term denoting either an exit or changes which exit a system and which activate/modify a process. It is an abstract concept, used in the modeling, system(s) design and system(s) exploitation.

In an industrial and industry context, "output" refers to the amount or quantity of goods or products that are produced by a particular manufacturing process, machine, or facility. Output can be measured in a variety of ways, including the number of units produced, the weight or volume of materials processed, or the amount of energy consumed. Some common examples of output in an industrial or industry context include:

  1. Manufacturing: In a manufacturing plant, output might refer to the number of finished goods that are produced per hour, day, or week.

  2. Agriculture: In an agricultural setting, output might refer to the amount of crops that are harvested from a field, or the amount of milk or other products produced by livestock.

  3. Energy production: In the energy production industry, output might refer to the amount of electricity that is generated by a power plant, or the amount of oil or natural gas that is produced from a well.

  4. Construction: In the construction industry, output might refer to the number of square feet of floor space that is built in a given time period, or the amount of materials used in a construction project.

  5. Service industries: In a service industry, output might refer to the number of services that are provided, such as the number of haircuts performed in a salon, or the number of repairs completed in a repair shop.

These are just a few examples of how output is measured and defined in an industrial or industry context. The specific methods and measures used will depend on the particular industry and the needs of the products or processes involved.