step change


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step change

[′step ‚chānj]
(electronics)
The change of a variable from one value to another in a single process, taking a negligible amount of time.
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He is no stranger to Step Change, having first got involved in the leadership team in 2007.
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It is incumbent on us to invest to save, to prevent rather than react, and to make the step change that is so urgently needed to build a population of emotionally resilient and mentally healthy people in Wales.
"I think it's time for a step change," he explained.
We demonstrate that a major change took place in the world that involved a step change and move to a new regime in a wide range of Earth systems.
"We believe that step change innovations in diaper design and cost reduction will result from this joint effort."
With Mirapol Surf N, Solvay makes a step change in household cleaning making it effortless and longer-lasting.
"A step change in the approach to urban mobility is needed," concludes the European Commission in a communication on urban mobility, presented on 17 December.
The research, which was completed by debt charity Step Change, found that regulatory measures designed to crackdown on unwanted promotional messages are "widely flouted and inadequately enforced".
The dramatic decision was made by Step Change In Safety's Helicopter Safety Steering Group (HSSG) in Aberdeen.
"The changes made must deliver a step change in our over-stretched and under-performing ambulance service."
The winning entries will be developed to produce a radical train demonstrator that will show how a step change in performance across the network could be achieved.