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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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Caching solutions differ in throughput, hit ratio and price; the price/performance ratio provides customers with a standard metric that can be used to compare products on a normalized basis.
Cable & Wireless customers taking advantage of Mirror Image's promotion will benefit from a rapid integration process, 24x7 Web site availability and a near 100 percent cache hit ratio that guarantees seamless Web site performance.
The response from the business community has been positive, and while not every business turns into a customer, it has enhanced our marketing and new business hit ratio.
Customers will also benefit from a seamless and rapid integration process, 24x7 Web site availability and a near 100 percent cache hit ratio.
This results in an improved cache hit ratio in comparison with existing products based on the SH-4 core.
By employing a time-and data-efficient HSM system, oil companies such as Conoco have been able to increase the hit ratio of their oil drillings and save millions of dollars in potential costs along the way.
While it is fully acknowledged that this was a very volatile and violent encounter with a suicidal suspect, a hit ratio of 1 to 25 is problematic,'' Bratton said in the report.
How much premium will be booked this quarter, how does hit ratio compare to last year, and what are the top reasons for declining business?
When they properly pre-qualify what buyers value in their insurance decisions, agents' hit ratio will improve, allowing them to hear more often: "You have the business.
What is your gross written premium, loss ratio and hit ratio for each of your carriers?
They found old-growth forest on 20 of the sites, a 40 percent hit ratio.