workload

[n] - work that a person is expected to do in a specified time
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workload

The total amount of work to be performed by an individual, a department, or other group of workers in a period of time. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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workload

noun work that a person is expected to do in a specified time
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workload

the average product of the tube current and the ON time per week of a radiation source such as an X-ray tube or particle accelerator NOTE - The workload can be specified in milliampere-minutes per week, at a particular (usually maximum) X-ray tube voltage.
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Workload

Often used interchangeably with Call Load. Work load can also refer to non-call activities.
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Workload

The term workload can refer to a number of different yet related entities. ==An amount of labor== Workload is the amount of work an individual has to do. There is a distinction between the actual amount of work and the individual`s perception of the workload. Workload can also be classified as quantitative (the amount of work to be done) or quali....
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workload

The resources required to deliver an identifiable part of an IT service. Workloads may be categorized by users, groups of users, or functions within the IT service. This is used to assist in analysing and managing the capacity, performance and utilization of configuration items and IT services. The term is sometimes used as a synonym for throughput...
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