Throughput

The amount of raw materials processed by a plant in a given time.

throughput

measures the number of service requests on the I/O channel per unit of time.

Throughput

In general terms, throughput is the rate of production or the rate at which something can be processed. When used in the context of communication networks, such as Ethernet or packet radio, throughput or network throughput is the rate of successful message delivery over a communication channel. The data these messages belong to may be delivered ov...
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throughput

(ITIL Service Design) A measure of the number of transactions or other operations performed in a fixed time – for example, 5,000 e-mails sent per hour, or 200 disk I/Os per second.
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throughput

[n] - output relative to input
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throughput

noun output relative to input; the amount passing through a system from input to output (especially of a computer program over a period of time)
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Throughput

[business] Throughput is the movement of inputs and outputs through a production process. Without access to and assurance of a supply of inputs, a successful business enterprise would not be possible. In the business management Theory of Constraints, throughput is the rate at which a system achieves its goal. Often this is monetary revenue ...
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Throughput

A general term used when defining the rate of data transfer over a particular medium, such as a wireless network or a phone line.
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Throughput

Rate of information arriving at, and possibly passing through, a particular point in a network system.
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Throughput

refers to the average length of label stock that a printer can process and print in a given amount of time. Throughput differs from print speed in that throughput includes the label transmission, formatting and printing times. Due to these factors, a 12 ips machine may have lower throughput than a 10 ips printer
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Throughput

The amount of data transferred from one place to another or processed in a specified amount of time.
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Throughput

The amount of data transmitted through Internet connectors in response to a given request. Neat term
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Throughput

The number of cows that can be milked in a parlor in a given period of time.
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throughput

The products received, stored and shipped by a distribution center.
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Throughput

The total amount of raw materials processed by a refinery or other plant in a given period.
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throughput

Type: Term Pronunciation: thrū′put Definitions: 1. A term applied to analytic instruments specifying the number of tests that can be performed in a given time.
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