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In project management and other fields, a situation in which output is limited by the lowest capacity system in the project. For example, the output of book publishing is limited by how quickly writers write, regardless of how quickly books can be edited and printed. Bottlenecks have a wide variety of applications in business, technology and elsewhere.
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A generation of parthenogenesis is then used to induce an extreme bottleneck effect
NDAS eliminates the bottleneck effect
, typical in NAS, caused by excessive CPU data processing, by connecting directly to a network without a separate CPU or memory.
The emitting server is subject to a bottleneck effect
, which can cause the Webcast to fail.
High-traffic sites are frequently troubled with a bottleneck effect
caused by end-users trying to access large amounts of data through one server.
The result is a better balanced system implementation and reduction of the bottleneck effect
which can result when a CPU can't keep up with the demand capacity of the rendering chip.