hit rate

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hit rate

[′hit ‚rāt]
(computer science)
The ratio of the number of records found and processed during a particular processing run, to the total number of records available.

hit rate

(architecture)
The fraction of all memory reads which are satisfied from the cache.

hit rate

The chief measurement of a cache, which is the percentage of all accesses that are satisfied by the data in the cache. Also known as "hit ratio." See cache and hits.
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This accounts for a tender hit ratio of 85 per cent, one of the best results recently achieved by peers.
This technique improves the hit ratio by considering the users access pattern.
Network capacity is less congested because only a single format of the content needs to be delivered, with the additional benefit of extra available caching memory, freed up by saving files in one format, which improves the cache hit ratio, all leading to even less chance of buffering.
It monitors the most important SQL Server statistics, memory, buffer, and page metrics - batch requests per second, user connections, target and total server memory, buffer cache hit ratio, batch requests, page life expectancy, page reads and writes per second, and more.
In Berkeley alone, we look at about 1,000 companies a year, and we have a similar hit ratio as an early-stage venture capital firm--about 1-2 percent.
The testing performance indexes include Distance (Dist), Server Hit Ratio (SHR) and Cache Eviction Counts (CEC).
With portfolio expansion as a priority, Dohn said the company plans to invest in research to help ensure a "good hit ratio of successful launches with strong ROI.
We recommend you track the number of attempts as well as the hit ratio.
It allows us to keep the hit ratio very high," explains Malhotra.
Obtain from these carriers a list of the classes of business that have the highest hit ratio in your target geographic territory and the number of submissions received for each class.
With a hit ratio of about 95%, the advantage of direct mail is its coverage.
Because, we understand the new products and solutions better than the channel, our hit ratio has gone up.