utilization ratio

utilization ratio

[‚yüd·əl·ə′zā·shən ‚rā·shō]
(computer science)
The ratio of the effective time on a computer to the total up time.
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The amounts owed portion includes something called a debt utilization ratio, which is the amounts owed relative to your credit line.
KARACHI -- Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah presiding over a meeting to review progress of 170 on-going development schemes of health department costing Rs13 billion has expressed his displeasure on utilization ratio of the released funds and directed health and works department to complete at 17 important schemes by second week of June 2019.
Using too much of your available credit -- which is easy to do with a low limit -- can drive up your credit utilization ratio, or the percentage of available credit you're using, and sink your credit scores in a hurry.
In addition, the catheter utilization ratio did not change significantly 0.19 to 0.17 (p=0.091; CI= -0.006 to 0.063) (see Figure 2).
This could be through healthy credit behaviour, like maintaining a good credit utilization ratio, timely payments of EMIs and bills, or through customised product recommendations.
[D.sub.i] is denoted as the deadline of the process [P.sub.i], The state probability vector of process utilization ratio of n processes running in a system can be expressed as, [PI]
Both the asset utilization ratio, and the credit cost ratio of the corresponding 2016 period were inflated on one side by the non-recurrent revenues and on the other side by the BDL requirement for banks to use their exceptional revenues in one-time extra provisions.
Based on the detailed records of the cargo volumes, the utilization ratio of storage area in a certain cargo yard can be calculated, as shown on the right side of Figure 10.
The data show that the comprehensive utilization ratio of tailings in China is only 7%, which is far from 60% of developed countries such as the United States, Japan, and Russia, to name a few [2-7].
This study measures the existence and level of agency cost by four different measures that provide a comprehensive idea about the level and presence of agency cost in the PSX listed Pakistani firms: i) asset utilization ratio ii) interaction of free cash flow and growth iii) Discretionary expenditure ratio, and finally iv) Tobin's Q ratio.
The results of spatial utilization ratio ([P.sub.u]) and operation time ([R.sub.t]) are shown in Table 2.