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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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.
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 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.
It was found that the 1-6 months was the largest proportion in women's activity duration with 63.
This study revealed that activity bouts, activity duration, step count and variability decrease with age and functional limitation (Cavanaugh et al 2007).
Finally, Zouein and Tommelein (2001) analyzed the trade-off between time and space through the adjustment of the activity duration and the proposed space-scheduling algorithms, by adjusting the starting time of each activity.
We estimated the activity duration per day (or night) by multiplying the activity rate (%) and the duration of the day (or night) at this date (see Duriez et al.
The size of a contingency buffer is normally decided on the basis of individual experience and assigned in a uniform way, usually as a fixed fraction of activity duration, instead of considering particular qualities of each individual activity (Park, Pena-Mora 2004).
19) Physical Activity Duration n(%) Less than 20 minutes/session 119 (31.
And finally, note that physical activity duration significantly moderates sleep duration, with the greatest effects seen at exercise times over an hour.