servicing time

servicing time

[′sər·vəs·iŋ ‚tīm]
(computer science)
Machine down-time necessary for routine testing, for machine servicing due to breakdown, or for preventive servicing measures; includes all test time (good or bad) following breakdown and subsequent repair or preventive servicing.
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Honeywell Aerospace has signed an avionics dealership agreement with Saudi Arabia-based Arabian Aircraft Services Co, or Arabasco, to increase installation capability and reduce servicing time for Honeywell avionics-equipped business and general aviation operators across the Middle East.
Easy access to major components reduces inspection and servicing time, while options such as LED work lights, four-stage quad masts, sideshifters and foot directional control further boost productivity.
It is also designed to facilitate access to all the cabinetcomponents through the front to reduce servicing time. This minimizes interruption to the daily routine caused by preventive maintenance and requalification.
Definable the i-th type of signaling message servicing time dependence of the relative error [DELTA]([T.sub.i,j,m]) of experimental data collected in the amount ([N.sub.i,j,m]) of confidence p = 0,99 ; i-th type the average length of applications servicing, using the j-th server, the absolute error value has following form
i-th type of signaling messages servicing time, using the j-th server, with a relative uncertainty of
Separate signaling message servicing time conclusion of the distributions of values were grouped into [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] = 10 bands, and general service times distribution, determine the interval [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] = 13.
Signaling messages servicing times of the SIP PS unit statistical analysis
Signaling messages servicing times of the AS, DB and MRF nodes statistical analysis
Each channel has a 128 byte transmit and receive FIFO to increase the service interval and reduce the overall UART interrupt servicing time.
It is designed to help keep trains in top condition and reduce servicing time on the UK's rail network.
Several other design and construction enhancements are said to decrease servicing time by 70% over older-style machines.
It is said to cut servicing time by 50-75%, depending on the number of inserts in a part.

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