abnormal time

abnormal time

[′ab‚nȯr·məl ′tīm]
(industrial engineering)
During a time study, an elapsed time for any element which is excessively longer or shorter than the median of the elapsed times. Also known as abnormal reading.
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Experiences most frequently reported by participants in their study included abnormal time perception (87 per cent), exceptional speed of thought (65 per cent), exceptionally vivid senses (63 per cent) and feeling separated from, or out of their body (53 per cent).
First the network traffic subset of each abnormal time window is cleaned by dropping rows that contains empty values and maintains unique format and columns number for rows in the dataset and unifying columns data types.
Do you think they would have told The Fed, "No, you must stick to that rule, even though it's an abnormal time"?
Based on the RMT, this paper uses the MME method to analyze the operating state of the power system in realtime and to accurately detect the abnormal time. In this paper, the RMT is introduced, and the detection method of maximum and minimum eigenvalue anomalies is proposed based on the stochastic matrix theory.
In the first of six chapters, a US researcher poses the possibility that biologically distinct disorders are being grouped as "autism spectrum disorder." International contributors also discuss models of abnormal serotonin levels in brain development and abnormal amino acid metabolism, a meta-analysis of genes from patients studied by the Autism Genome Project Consortium, and abnormal time perception and language development.
Being among my second family makes life for me a little bit normal in an abnormal time my country is going through.
We are heading for abnormal times, and crazy-big ideas are what might save us.
While the Supreme Court has conceded the legality of checkpoints during abnormal times and under certain circumstances, petitions by human rights advocates have provided the occasion for further clarifying the conditions under which such checkpoints may be conducted without violating fundamental constitutional rights.
But the mere sense of normalcy, in abnormal times, will help.
He is a keen observer of Germany, but as the Nazi regime claws its way to power, Kaj is first baffled and then frightened enough to betray his Jewish mistress to the police--a "normal" response in abnormal times.
Yet we are living in abnormal times because the opening was tied to a major deal whereby Turkey helps the EU solve its migrations crisis.