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    In reality, a job is a large data structure that contains all the information the Supervisor needs to monitor, control, and dispatch a task for a remote host. The actual execution of that task is performed by the Worker by what we call an instance (previously, these were called subjobs).  In other words, a worker runs one or more job instances in parallel and each instance runs one or more agenda items (typically frames) in series.