activity duration

activity duration

[‚ak′tiv·əd·ē də′rā·shən]
(systems engineering)
In critical-path-method terminology, the estimated amount of time required to complete an activity.

critical path method, CPM

A system of project planning, scheduling, and control which combines all relevant information into a single master plan, permitting the establishment of the optimum sequence and duration of operations; the interrelation of all the efforts required to complete a construction project are shown; an indication is given of the efforts which are critical to timely completion of the project.
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Correlation test was used to ascertain association between BMI, time spent using e-technology and physical activity duration.
In conclusion, changing the bolus consistency could significantly affect the activity duration of swallowing muscles.
The stylish fitness watch comes in black, purple and pink and includes features such as step count, distance covered, calories burned, activity duration and sleep duration.
More than any other issue, incorrect activity duration is the driving force for delayed project completion.
This enables fleet managers to plan advanced route management as well as receive real-time alerts and alarms on vehicle speeds, GeoFences, driving times and activity duration. These functions, including efficient remote tachograph downloading, are all critical to support compliance with European driving and resting time regulations.
We determined nightly activity duration at the roost using the bat detector, and calculated as the time between 1st recorded bat activity in the evening and last recorded bat activity near morning after we verified through concurrent visual observations that bats were echolocating as they exited the roosts.
The trip starting and ending time, travel distance, travel frequency, activity duration, and some analogous features are the typical form of vehicle travel behaviors.
Subsequent columns designate: the number of the initial activity peak, the number of the final peak, activity duration, the demand of an activity for resources.
The ability to select from fields such as period type, user activity, event category, activity duration, and more, and assign them to a X-axis or Y-axis scale
where, DT is data time or time of data gathering, AS is actual starting time of activity, PS is planned starting time of activity, B is the activity budgeted, and D is the activity duration.
Based on the regression analyses outcomes about Effects of different variables on the knowledge of general dentists, we have identified that age of participants (p=0.58), their gender (p=0.69), activity duration as a general dentist (p=0.62), and number of retraining courses about premalignant lesions (p=0.72) had not significant effects.