activity level


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activity level

[‚ak′tiv·əd·ē ′lev·əl]
(computer science)
The value assumed by a structural variable during the solution of a programming problem.
A measure of the number of times that use or modification is made of the information contained in a file.
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Created by VivoMetrics Government Services, the LifeShirt has gone through tests with the Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute allowing them to monitor respiration, ECG, blood oxygen saturation, temperature, and activity level during standard training exercises including maze crawls, 1,000 degree training fires and hose pulls -- conditions that could not be replicated in a laboratory environment.
Set up an exercise schedule that's realistic given your current activity level and time commitments.
In fact, compared to the average activity level of these immune cells the day before, activity dropped 30 percent for the entire group after the shortened night's sleep.
The DASM software will allow for the implantation of radioactive seeds having more than one activity level using a Mick applicator or preloaded needles.
One of the more interesting points to come out of the Brooklyn-Queens survey is the increase in the activity level of small units (under 20,000 square feet).
Initiate business rule processing whenever activity deviates from the norm for a similar time period or similar activity level.
Genetic inheritance plays a partial role in determining an individual's heart rate and the electrical activity level of the skin and brain, the investigators assert.
BLR) survey established a strong relationship between the safety culture of an organization and the activity level of its safety professionals.
The results of factor II activity level measurements performed on 70 of the total 72 specimens are plotted in Figure 1.
That sounds like an easy thing to do, and it may be for some, but I tend to strive to maintain a normal activity level when I'm with family and friends.
As with adults in the general population, income, race, health status and ethnicity all play a role in a person's activity level.
The other 24 volunteers were also told to try to change the activity level in their rostral anterior cingulate cortexes, but they didn't get to see what was happening there.