ineffective time

ineffective time

[‚in·i′fek·tiv ′tīm]
(computer science)
Time during which a computer can operate normally but which is not used effectively because of mistakes or inefficiency in operating the installation or for other reasons.
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Kabir has also benefited from the input of Worcestershire's overseas players in recent years - not least Pakistan's No 1 striker bowler Shoaib, who spent a fairly ineffective time at New Road last summer.
The probable causes for the lack of work placement skills were: ineffective time management skills, lack of responsibility, poor planning skills, and poor attendance.
Common activities and thought processes most culpable for ineffective time management:
Vigilant's high frame rate solutions allow customers to break free from ineffective time lapse recording solutions.
It enables students to get feedback on their troubleshooting skills instantly, which greatly reduces ineffective time spent in the lab.
On the conventional boards, there's a lot of ineffective time where the students are waiting for the instructor to come and tell them whether or not they are assessing correctly.