think time

think time

[′thiŋk ‚tīm]
(computer science)
Idle time between time intervals in which transmission takes place in a real-time system.
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He said: "I think Time Test is a likely runner at York on Saturday, although it hasn't been discussed with the owner yet.
Too often we are so stressed about the "today" of our lives we don't contemplate the "tomorrow." To start, you need to bank "think time" at least once a week.
A curt reply came back stating that 10 percent Think Time was something "Tim believes in and urges us to do," although it was not compulsory.
Consider succinctly articulates the need for senior leaders to create "think time" and to reflect in their personal schedules and organizational processes.
Elfrida, AZ, June 15, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Writer, poet, artist and teacher Karen Zalubowski Stryker announced today the release of Silent Think Time, How to Bring Virtues Back into Our Home, Schools, Counseling and Work, published by Outskirts Press.
A THIRD of us think time travel is possible now, research shows.
The Afghans think time is short and the British public thinks time is short."
"I think time will work for us more than against us.
Thus, the primary purpose of this study was to assess the effects of an antecedent manipulation strategy (i.e., Think Time Strategy[TM]) on severe challenging behaviors exhibited by children with EBD.
These tests supported up to 6,000 active concurrent users hitting the server and included a think time of 10 seconds.
It also adjusts for human factors, such as think time, typing speed, and transaction mix.