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lag time

[′lag ‚tīm]
(electricity)
The time between the application of current and rupture of the circuit within the detonator.
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Furthermore, several studies suggest that melanoma actually may have a short lag time. Sunspots, which cause complex effects in the upper atmosphere, appear cyclically on the sun's surface about every eleven years.
Keywords: Emprical model, Mechanistic model, Sigmoidal curve, Growth models, Lag time, Maximum specific growth rate, Reached maximum value
Storage of serum or plasma at -70[degrees]C did not significantly affect lag time or maximum rate of oxidation (21).
2009) found that for the Texas Panhandle (Amarillo) area, the lag times were about 13 months, but for the South Texas (San Antonio) area, the lag times were 4-5 months.
The lag time itself is only noticeable in digital cable delivery, and it is such a short lag time that it often represents itself in a multitelevision household as an annoying echo between two rooms watching the same live linear content.
Lag time (minutes), time to peak (minutes), peak thrombin (nM), and endogenous thrombin potential (ETP), which is the area under the curve (nM-min), were the parameters generated.
When Kimberley Williams joined the institution as associate provost for enrollment management in 2013, based on her experience at previous institutions, she knew there was a way to reduce that lag time.
"Customers making connections on the LTE-A network while on a phone call will be able to do so in a smooth manner without having any conflicts in lag time or the existing phone call.
It's when items are lengthy and/or controversial that a lag time kicks-in between a vote and when the final text is publicly available.
Calculations: The degradation rate (kd), lag time and extent of degradation were calculated using the exponential model of Orskov and McDonald (1979);
Even very brief interruptions (3 to 18 seconds) increased the time it took to resume a primary task, which is also referred to as a resumption lag time, or response latency (Hodgetts & Jones, 2006b; Hodgetts, Vachon & Tremblay, 2014; Monk, Trafton, & Boehm-Davis, 2008; Trafton & Monk, 2008).
He had been appointed to the post in April 2011.The lag time in assuming the CEO post is to allow Hearn to honor the terms of a non-competition agreement with Willis Re, according to a statement from Guy Carpenter parent Marsh & McLennan Cos.