search time

search time

[′sərch ‚tīm]
(computer science)
Time required to locate a particular field of data in a computer storage device; requires a comparison of each field with a predetermined standard until an identity is obtained.
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The benefit-search elasticity at the mean search time over all observations is around -0.3 with either measure of search time.
* Eliminate search time fees for all requests that take less than two hours to complete, while keeping those fees for the most time-consuming requests for copies or review--about 2% of all requests
It understands the words." By understanding the meaning in context, the system simplifies access to content and reduces overall search time, he says.
The objective is to improve conditions for public participation in the labor market by (i) reducing job search time for the unemployed and for business recruitment, and (ii) increasing employability of vulnerable groups with little work experience.
He noted that using dogs has minimized search time.
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White, said one hour of helicopter search time costs $890.
Why not cut your job search time in half by visiting websites that only feature opportunities in your vocation?
While the average worker is unlikely to invest this sort of time in setup, some would, and there are organizations that would invest IT resources when deploying certain systems in order to minimize search time for common queries.
Search time is an important determinant of e-service quality.
They discussed factors that underlie an increase in search time and proposed two models: the variable number model and the variable duration model.