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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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.
39 tonnes to 31 tonnes and will set a new effective speed limit of 25mph, up from 20mph - saving time and money.
39 tonnes to 31 tonnes and will set a new effective speed limit of 25mph (40km/h), up from 20mph - saving time and money.
As I define later, the nominal maximum speed is different from the real or effective speed by effects of congestion.
With this concept, the spacecraft would be able to achieve an effective speed of about 10 times the speed of light, all without breaking the cosmic speed limit.
If larger and more effective speed bumps are not put in soon someone is going to die or sustain serious injury from these crazy drivers
The new TDK GBDriver RS3 series are high-speed SATA controller ICs that support high-speed access with an effective speed of 170 Mbyte/second.
AT long last the public will be able to access information on just how effective speed cameras are.
The primary goal is to provide guidance for State and local governments in designing and applying a balanced and effective speed management program.
The main measuring parameters are: the service life and the effective speed of the operational vibrations of the tested roller bearing.
The danger then becomes that the higher tolerated figure becomes the actually effective speed limit.

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