point behavior

point behavior

Etymology: L, punctus, pricked; AS, bihabban, to behave
the orientation of body parts in a certain direction within a quantum of space.
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For managers to point behavior in the "right" direction, schemes of standardization are formulated for the purpose of accountability; these schemes have as their origin the "scientific management" concepts of Frederick Taylor.
Kinnetics uses its unique knowledge of the behavior of the PVC-connected end point behavior to calculate the recommended service level measurements.
Viterbi or Reed Solomon decoders), these models will typically be created at a cycle accurate, fixed point behavior and floating point behavior level.