effective speed

effective speed

[ə¦fek·tiv ′spēd]
(computer science)
The actual speed that a computer system can sustain over a period of time when the time devoted to various control, error-detection, and other overhead activities is taken into account.
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Very often, however, the gap between this theoretical speed and the effective speed under real life circumstances is huge.
Effective interventions include incorporating road safety features into land use, urban planning and transport planning; designing safer roads and requiring independent road safety audits for new construction projects; improving the safety features of vehicles; promoting public transport; effective speed management by police and through the use of traffic-calming measures; setting and enforcing internationally harmonised laws requiring the use of seat-belts, helmets and child restraints; setting and enforcing blood alcohol concentration limits for drivers; and improving post-crash care for victims of road crashes.
However, on the other side of that 5G hotspot, you don't want a legacy Wi-Fi technology choking the effective speed on the user's side.
By reducing the effective speed limit to the posted one will surely improve road safety rates in Abu Dhabi too.
Conspiracies and speculations aside, Pakistan's effective speed of action pre-empted a major crisis.
Figure 7 shows the effective speed of sound ([c.sub.eff]) calculated using Eq..
Computers collect data regarding temperature, skid resistance and average motorist speed to determine the most effective speed limit for this area before presenting the limit on the sign.
So in 2015, in an act to "clarify" the law concerning wet-dry petitions, the Legislature sneaked in another highly effective speed bump.
"Night Vision speed checking systems have been provided to the field staff and Speed checking squads have started effective speed checking at night.
He informed that Night Vision speed checking systems have been provided to the field staff and Speed checking squads have started effective speed checking at night.
HBM and HBM2 are based on the same core technology, but HBM2 doubles the effective speed per pin and introduces some new low-level features, as shown below.

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