external time

external time

[ek¦stərn·əl ′tīm]
(industrial engineering)
The time used to perform work by the operator outside the machine cycle, resulting in a loss of potential machine operating time.
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When we move our clock forward or backward, our internal clock becomes out of sync with the external time," says Dr.
Once downloaded, simply tell the computer where you want Mavericks installed (the internal Macintosh HD, and not the external Time Machine backup drive), and the installation process will begin.
To qualify respond to this notice, the facilities offered by the candidates will:: - An automatic localization and accurate real-time fault, and without manual intervention: - More precise localization in real time, with a possible analysis by an operator with a word processor,: - Filtering of network events, such as switching devices maneuvers, and not corresponding to an electrical fault,: - A provision for local and remote locations made (via a system compatible with the IP communication networks and PSTN: - An external time synchronization function: - Communication via application interface (API) and support of the software components of the operating system for its integration into the existing information system of RTE and its technical reference information system.
Indeed, in part this case counts as an instance of time travel because were we to order Bugsy's person stages (including Bugsy on Saturday and Bugsy* on Saturday and Sunday) we would find that the ordering of his person stages is different to the ordering of external time into earlier and later than.
If you bring your clock out of sync with the external time, for example when you fly from London to New York, your internal clock still sends you to sleep according to London time.
However, there's one very nice option which consists of using an external time stamping service like the one provided by Surety which guarantees the time and content of any electronic record independently from the original software.
But the external costs given in Table 1b do not include the external time (or congestion) costs and it are precisely these external time costs that are the most important.
Sunlight is the most powerful external time cue for regulating and synchronizing circadian rhythms with the environment, Dr.
Sunlight is the most powerful external time cue for regulating and synchronizing the body's circadian rhythms with the environment, Dr.
Conventional wisdom and research on aging overemphasize chronological or external time, according to Baars (interpretive gerontology, U.
But to extend external time by so little while removing all chance of the person's sharing any of the little internal time left with anyone else is surely another form of de facto torture, equal to withholding painkillers.
Press conferences involve a large amount of resources and external time commitments from a busy, and possibly understaffed, group of reporters.
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