Running Time

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Running Time

The period of time during which a computer program is performing.
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Scientists at North Carolina State University investigated the impact of production run time on the sensory, microbiological and functional properties of skim milk powder.
The efficiency of a fuel cell, and thus its run time, is almost entirely dependent upon the characteristics of this membrane.
Batteries enabled with the PS700 can stop over-charge and over-discharge, predict run time, or time to charge, and provide accurate, real-time battery information for use by the system or system user.
Hammer(TM) offers a patented, next-generation hardware accelerator for Verilog, VHDL and mixed language simulations with the fastest compile times and run times, while at the same time offering ease of use and debugging capability comparable to that of software simulators.
Hammer's innovative hardware architecture is based on the state-of-the-art custom processor technology that outflanks Rent's Rule and a proprietary backplane that delivers more than 10 Gigabits per second bandwidth, thereby minimizing run time degradation during debug.
Run times can be as fast as 10,000 times the software simulators.
Run times range from 20 to 1000 times faster than software simulators.
This is a testament to Hammer's innovative 128-way parallel processor technology, Hammer offers a superior solution in terms of capacity, compile times, run times, debug features, ease of use, and scalability over competing products.
This is yet another validation of Hammer's superior solution in terms of compile times, run times, debug productivity, and ease of use,'' notes Prabhu Goel, Chairman & CEO of Tharas Systems.
Limited battery run time is an ever-increasing problem for portable electronic devices," said Nobuyuki Denda, "and fuel cells are the leading technology to solve this problem.