interference time

interference time

[‚in·ter′fir·əns ‚tīm]
(industrial engineering)
Idle machine time occurring when a machine operator, assigned to two or more semiautomatic machines, is unable to service a machine requiring attention.
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At basal cognitive assessment, the VMPT learning scores and Stroop test interference time were significantly poorer in the PNES patient group compared with the control group (p=0.
In the patients with PNES, significant correlations were obtained between disease duration and the VMPT immediate learning score and Stroop test interference time (r=-0.
In the control group, we determined a significant shortening in the Stroop interference time, although no comparable change was observed in the epilepsy or PNES patient groups (Table 3).
In the case of asynchronous inter-channel spectrum sensing, regarding the same PU channel conditions, passive DSA would risk the PU suffering more interference compared to synchronous DSA, which can be illustrated by the average interference time.
For synchronous DSA, the average interference time for delivering a small packet with length dt on channel k can be written as,
Accordingly, the corresponding average interference time for passive DSA can be expressed as,
Therefore, caution must be exercised when trying to establish estimates for the interference time for strains that are small compared to maximum percent reduction in the liner diameter.
R] = 22 [degrees] C, then the interference time at a temperature T is [t.
With this scheme, the possible interference time to the primary user can be limited to a two-slot time.
The interference time from a single CR node is for transmitting E_NOTI and E_ACK messages (two slot times).
Additionally, [7] proposes an interference time ratio-based opportunistic spectrum access method.
The proposed algorithm achieves the goal of reducing the interference time and increasing the throughput.
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