system supervisor


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system supervisor

[′sis·təm ′sü·pər‚vīz·ər]
(computer science)
A control program which ensures an efficient transition in running program after program and accomplishing setups and control functions.
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Hamad al Khayari Educational System Supervisor,IT Directorate, MOE
The Treasury Department and US financial system supervisors and regulators transmitted self-assessments for banking, securities, insurance and payment systems to the IMF, the Treasury said.
System supervisors are able use the CCP to monitor call quality and service in real-time with call centre status information like: Number of calls and average wait time in queue; available agents in relation to the TSF (Target Service Factor); talk/handling time; agents on private calls; deviations from the TSF and average time before abandonment.
In addition to op amps, Microchip makes a variety of complementary products available in SOT-23 packages, including successive approximation analog-to-digital converters (MCP3021, MCP3221), microprocessor system supervisors, low-dropout regulators and serial EEPROMs.
The training helps industrial and institutional plant personnel--energy managers, steam system supervisors, engineers, and equipment operators--identify opportunities to improve steam system performance.
Knight: The major message from central bankers and financial system supervisors is that most financial institutions weathered the recent period of weakness well.
This is why we actively support the work of the Financial Stability Forum, where representatives of central banks, financial system supervisors, and finance ministries meet frequently to address vulnerabilities and key risks in the international financial system.
These act as system supervisors and also manage on-line reporting and the database.
The CFSI will help financial system supervisors monitor and understand the state of financial markets on a real-time basis, and take appropriate regulatory or supervisory action as necessary.
Calls for a "shadow solvency resolution" regime for systemically important non-depository companies reached a crescendo during the financial crisis, as financial system supervisors worked feverishly to prevent the disorderly failure of a number of these firms and to contain the negative spillovers associated with the reorganization of Lehman Brothers.

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