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Bandwidth

In investment banking, a slang term for extra time available to take on more work. For example, an employee has bandwidth if she can be assigned another project and still be able to complete all other assignments in the allotted time.
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In the absence of disorder, the exciton energy for the triangular lattice with unit band width has the form [9]
The poupose of this paper was to find the best relation to expres the hardening band width using different methods and, in the same time, to compare these dependence relations.
The government is more likely to share rather than give up additional band width, Atkins said.
Similar to Panasonic and its wired home, Nokia has to overcome the primary obstacle of network and band width before its futuristic mobile phone can be realized.
By reducing the size of large image files, MrSID also optimizes band width so that files can be sent quickly and offers users instant Internet access to images.
Every time Intel comes out with a new Pentium processor, a few more ISPs go out of business be cause the average service provider's answer to a band width problem doesn't work.
The collection consists of 21 patterns: 12 Broad-looms, ranging from 12-color, 6' repeats to 4-color, 3" repeats; 5 Design Borders, from a 3" band width to an 18" width; 2 Corridor Patterns--seamless, four-door inset rugs with two complementary corridor runners; 1 Area Rug--6'x9'; 1 Carpet-to-Fit--a bordered broadloom designed to be custom-fitted to most room configurations.
The Empire State Building, which will mark its 70th anniversary in 2001, recently completed a $70 million modernization program, which included band width communications, new elevators, renewed central air conditioning, new windows, state-of-the-art fire control and safety systems, and a newly-renovated United States Post Office.
The next generation of mobile phones will have enough band width to function as portable internet terminals.
"In an increasingly band width hungry world, it is simply the most cost- effective option."
If you're very likely to hit the band and the operational cost of adjusting prices is high, you and the other party may want to increase the band width. You may also want to widen the band if your company is looking for disaster insurance against large exchange rate moves.
It's a question of band width, but also some philosophical and theological issues.