performance failure

performance failure

[pər′fȯr·məns ‚fāl·yər]
(computer science)
Failure of a computer system in which the system operates correctly but fails to deliver the results in a timely fashion.
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In case of transport in this contract liabilities recorded late, damaged, or performance failure (failure) the amount of the penalty payment following a duty to Client
Financial firms heavily depend on real- time data communications and today's environment of high-speed transactions cannot be compromised by network performance failure or latency.
One explanation offered by psychologists for performance failure is the Distraction Theory, which according to the Journal of Experimental Psychology, states, "Performance pressure creates a dual-task environment in which situation-related worries compete with the attention needed to execute the task at hand.
Participants completed the Performance Failure Appraisal Inventory (PFAI; Conroy, 2001), which is a 41-item measure with subscales for Fear of Shame and Embarrassment (FSE), Fear of Devaluing One's Self Estimate (FDOSE), Fear of Having an Uncertain Future (FHUF), Fear of Losing Social Influence (FLSI), and Fear of Upsetting Important Others (FUIO).
The scheduled rates for monthly payment, lane unavailability and performance failure are shown in Tables 1, 2 and 3 respectively.
Performance - A website performance failure at an online retail site could result in customers giving up mid-transaction and fleeing to competitors who are just a click away, causing missed sales opportunities, particularly during peak holiday shopping periods.
Concern over performance failure does not appear on their radar.
The Parliament must activate the its overseeing role through questioning ministers and their deputies whose ministries showed a performance failure in order to point out their status and to punish the negligent.
Pushed to highlight the most common, Bovard asks: "How many times are you aware that you have explained an investment well, you have disclaimers signed, but when it comes to an apparent performance failure the investor's memory appears "selective"?
Using advanced treatment systems that remove biochemical oxygen demand, total suspended solids, and nitrogen before effluent reaches the drainfield may prevent the phosphorus-removing bio-geochemical reactions from occurring and thereby possibly create a performance failure in phosphorus-sensitive areas.
Failure to meet these performance criteria leads to the time lost due to such performance failure being deducted from the charter hire.

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