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off-peak

[′ȯf¦pēk]
(science and technology)
Not at the maximum.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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To compare the performances of traditional models and three revised models during different periods, the evaluation indices during morning peak hours (7:00-9:00), nonpeak hours (11:00-13:00), evening peak hours (17:00-19:00), and the whole day (4:55-23:55) are further extracted and summarized in Table 3.
When public bicycle was used as a first-mile mode, the trip duration in the evening peak is longer than morning peak or even nonpeak hours.
Backups should be done at nonpeak times or when the office is closed because the process can cause network slowness.
PierPASS shifts truck travel to nonpeak hours by charging a congestion fee for loads moved during peak hours (Monday through Friday, 3:00 a.m.
Peak period pricing - where drivers are electronically charged while passing through congested areas - can ease the flow by persuading some drivers to commute during nonpeak hours to save money.
Studies that seek to categorize children's exposure in these communities will need to sample both peak and nonpeak exposure periods and will need to evaluate multiple exposure pathways.
They feel that the allergy treatment section has been heretofore underrepresented, and urge that if such products represent 30% to 40% of sales in the cough/cold/allergy category (even during nonpeak seasons), they should have 30% to 40% of the space.
Person-week denominators were calculated for peak and nonpeak influenza seasons by using LAC population for each given year and the number of weeks in the period studied (for peak period, 4 weeks; for nonpeak periods, 20 weeks).
Employees accumulate overtime hours to be taken as time off during nonpeak periods.
Utility crews need to de-energize and drop distribution lines during a nonpeak period to make way for construction machinery, just one reason why the project involves so many moving pieces, engineers say.
Up to 1 hour of cumulative delays over the length of the road would be possible during nonpeak hours in the mornings (8 a.m.
During the nonpeak months of October through May, when SUB decreases rates, an average household would pay about $1.20 a month more, or 8.2 percent.