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activity level

[‚ak′tiv·əd·ē ′lev·əl]
(computer science)
The value assumed by a structural variable during the solution of a programming problem.
A measure of the number of times that use or modification is made of the information contained in a file.
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Boys were slightly more active than girls and there was no difference in activity levels in deprived areas.
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University monitored the activity levels of more than 12,500 people.
Activity among 20-somethings, the only age group that saw an increase in activity levels, was spread out throughout the day, with an increase in physical activity in the early morning, compared to younger adolescents.
Researchers in the US investigated the phenomenon by measuring the daily energy expenditure and activity levels of more than 300 men and women over the course of a week.
In this study short form of International Physical Activity Questionnaire (IPAQ) was used in order to determine the physical activity levels of the individuals.
To study the influence of the activity level two activity levels 1.
Activity levels are nearly record high as several projects are at an intensive stage of work.
NEW figures released today by the Federation of Master Builders show workloads rose in the third quarter of 2014, with a greater proportion of firms reporting higher activity levels.
Physical activity levels were measured with accelerometers and activity levels.
INACTIVE mothers may be preventing their children getting enough exercise by setting a bad example say scientists who measured the physical activity levels of mothers and their four-year-old children.
Both mothers and children were fitted with combined movement and heart-rate monitors that recorded their activity levels for up to a week.