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"The mechanism of warehouses can be further improved if the workload of employees is lightened by certain tasks getting performed autonomously."

This is the sentence I want to use, however, the term 'get performed' seems out of place. Without changing anything else in the sentence, what can I use that would be more appropriate? It's important that it's a formal word, as I will be using this in my thesis.

I looked up to see whether there were any topics that answered this question, there didn't seem to be any. I apologise if I missed it.

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execute(d)

to perform a skilful action or manoeuvre

from Oxford Dictionaries

This would be used in your example like:

The mechanism of warehouses can be further improved if the workload of employees is lightened by certain tasks being executed autonomously.

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Automated

1 : to operate by automation

2 : to convert to largely automatic operation

Thus:

"The mechanism of warehouses can be further improved if the workload of employees is lightened by certain tasks being automated."

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