utilization time

u·ti·li·za·tion time

the minimum duration of a stimulus of rheobasic strength that is just sufficient to produce excitation.
Synonym(s): temps utile
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For example we have to calculate the power, temperature and utilization time for fifty processes.
Execution of a Kaizen project to redesign software programs and reduce CPU utilization time and data storage for the Standard Accounting and Reporting Sytem resulted in savings estimated to be $2.
3 million Japanese people accessed the site in August, and the per-head utilization time was more than one hour.
The decedent cross-section sample contains more sample variation among individuals (5,261 versus 758) and across time (up to 6 years versus 3 years) and for this reason is better suited for analysis of potential confounding effects in the utilization time paths of impending decedents.
This wide LC flow range allows analysts to significantly reduce column loading times, minimize column re-equilibration, and dramatically increase overall MS utilization time.
Therefore, the equipment utilization time is maximized as the equipment automation engineer can troubleshoot the equipment interface through simulation instead of through the production equipment, as is typical now.
The average utilization time of a locomotive in North America is only about 60 percent," said Sean Slattery, Nexterna's vice president of sales.
RoadRunner is a 128-bit wide, time division multiplexed bus that supports high utilization time and operates at the full system clock rate.
With FIPMC's average warehouse utilization time of 12 days, the current $80 million in warehouse facilities gives FIPMC ample liquidity to fund its originations.
Featuring a buffer size of 256KB, the drive cache stores data before transferring to the CPU, thereby lowering the CPU utilization time.
It is piloting a mobile initiative that provides patients with wait time visibility for all clinics, the ability to sign up for online queuing and new tools for future scheduling during low utilization times of the day.
Library-style check-out/check-in procedures were developed to recover resources at the conclusion of such projects to ensure datacenter resources are available for reuse and eliminate the common practice of "hoarding" assets during low utilization times.