job mix

job mix

[′jäb‚ miks]
(computer science)
The distribution of the jobs handled by a computer system among the various job classes.
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The contractor should carry out a plan of action that a policy-rich introduction of stimulating the job mix within the HRM policy of Primary Education in the Netherlands.
Balance ratios, as discussed in my 2007 Scientific Computing article, "HPC Balance and Common Sense," are a commonly used set of metrics that can extrapolate the characteristics of a newer, faster machine that can run a job mix efficiently based on the hardware characteristics of an existing system.
As a percentage of revenues, cost of revenues decreased compared to the prior year due to a favorable pressure pumping job mix and improved supply chain logistics.
This allows production managers to better manage job mix and optimize workflows.
Improved metrology capability also helped YAMI to reduce operating costs, get into molding abrasive materials and learn how to handle their detrimental effect on mold wear; and boost productivity and production scheduling--including job mix and lot sizes, says Parker.
If an HMA producer wants to use less RAS or make other adjustments to the mix design, then a proposed job mix formula can be submitted to MoDOT for consideration.
Fort Smith will be looking to diversify its job mix after enjoying years of manufacturing success.
Arthur Machinery did cycle-time studies to show what high-production multi-axis machines could do in machining the complex components typical of SPM's job mix.
The impact of that particular job mix can be seen dramatically today, as the manufacturing economy nationwide is feeling its lumps from the economic slowdown in our midst.
The job mix at new companies is somewhat different than the norm in recent years, with a lower percentage being assembly positions.
Better-quality does not refer here to a change in the job mix toward better jobs; instead, it refers to a better-quality of worker in each job.