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Economic Output

The quantity of a product that a company, sector, or economy can produce over a limited period of time. For example, if a widget factory produces 30,000 widgets in April and is open seven days a week, its output may be measured as 1,000 widgets per day. Economic output may be expressed as a monetary value and may be compared against the costs to produce the output (sometimes called the input).
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output

goods and services produced by a firm using resource INPUTS.
Collins Dictionary of Business, 3rd ed. © 2002, 2005 C Pass, B Lowes, A Pendleton, L Chadwick, D O’Reilly and M Afferson

output

the GOODS and SERVICES that are produced using a combination of FACTOR INPUTS.
Collins Dictionary of Economics, 4th ed. © C. Pass, B. Lowes, L. Davies 2005
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Foam spray systems with outputs to 30 lb/min incorporate Foam Cat proportioning pump, heaters, heated hose to 208 ft, and low-maintenance spray gun with mechanical or solvent purge.
In Weiss' inverter, the input bit and output bit are encoded in the concentrations of two proteins--for simplicity's sake, call them protein A and protein B.
Costs are not expressed as expenses paid (or financial accounting) but as the value of lost output if resources were employed in an alternative productive process.
He continues, "They might not have every feature, but they contain the basics like Dolby Digital and Digital Theater Systems output capability for great sound, and S-video for excellent picture quality."
The concept of a system with inputs and outputs closely resembles Donabedian's categories of structure, process, and outcome.
The FCN integrates the outputs of the other two networks to regulate electrode positioning to maintain the desired operation setpoint.
Today's critical analysis supports the increased application of pin-barrel extruders because conventional cold-feed extruders have lower output capacities.
Although the adjustment of labor input to output changes was relatively prompt, the implied growth in productivity for production workers in manufacturing slowed in 1989 to about 2 1/2 percent, compared with the trend of about 4 percent per year that had prevailed since 1981.
Make sure you have enough outputs to get the job done.
* A trim capability on the output voltages to compensate for voltage drops between the converter and the load at higher current levels.
Optional five-control outputs, alarm or event outputs, and RS232 or RS422/485 digital communications.
The design of Outputs are similar to Inputs as inheritance is also extensively used for them.