performance failure

performance failure

[pər′fȯr·məns ‚fāl·yər]
(computer science)
Failure of a computer system in which the system operates correctly but fails to deliver the results in a timely fashion.
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'Democracy has a lot of challenges over performance failure by INEC but when I come to power, all these will change,'' Moghalu said.
penalty for late payment 0.5% of the net contract value for delay / calendar day, up to 20% of the contracted value of the delay; default performance penalty 15% of the net contract value for defective performance failure penalty in case of failure, 20% of the net total contractual net amount, the total amount of the penalty shall not exceed 30% of the penalty.
It is one grade below the loss severity characteristics and its subordinated debt condition, and another notch is discounted due to the moderate risk of performance failure.
In order to have a measuring tool for assessment of their concepts of fear of failure, the authors refined the performance failure appraisal inventory or PFAI, which measured five types of fear of failure6.
Does this guarantee you can terminate a non-performing distributor, provided you are willing to diligently follow the franchise state's requirements regarding notice, opportunity to cure and so on in the event of distributor performance failure? By no means.
Sian Beilock, Ph.D., is a psychology professor and an expert on the brain science behind performance failure under pressure.
Moody's could downgrade the rating if (1) Ruwais Power fails to achieve the target availability or heat rate levels under the PWPA, (2) DSCRs appear likely to fall persistently below 1.2x, (3) there is a significant outage or performance failure that cannot be easily accommodated within the available contractual protections, (4) the government of Abu Dhabi no longer holds (directly or indirectly) at least a 50 per cent share in Ruwais Power or (5) there appeared to be a reduced willingness and/or ability of shareholders to provide support, potentially driven by a severe deterioration in their own credit quality.
The concept of long-duration design/evaluation/production of one-off systems would be a thing of the past enabling more rapid infusion of technology, repair on demand, and frequently the elimination of single-point failures and the prediction of performance failure without false alarms.
Financial firms heavily depend on real- time data communications and today's environment of high-speed transactions cannot be compromised by network performance failure or latency.
The Department of Energy determined that the contractor had a "first-degree performance failure" and cut its fee to $6.25 million--a pittance compared with the $63.4 million that the contractor could have earned if it had met all of its 2014 contract incentives.
One explanation offered by psychologists for performance failure is the Distraction Theory, which according to the Journal of Experimental Psychology, states, "Performance pressure creates a dual-task environment in which situation-related worries compete with the attention needed to execute the task at hand." In other words, conditions of pressure cause performers to become distracted by irrelevant thoughts or worries, thus diverting the working memory necessary to perform given tasks and, therefore, causing performance failure.

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