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a means by which individuals are compared and judged

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a standard by which something can be measured or judged

a surveyor's mark on a permanent object of predetermined position and elevation used as a reference point

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One specific action plan, dubbed STARMAP (Strategic A/R Management Action Plan), comprises more than 40 performance benchmarks tied to financial best practices.
We congratulate EZchip on completing the LinleyBench benchmark, including the most difficult options," said Linley Gwennap, principal analyst of The Linley Group.
Personnel use these benchmark levels to establish targets for operation improvements, cost reduction, and justification for capital projects.
has announced best-in-class results for the PRIMEPOWER(TM) 900 SPARC(R) compatible server, on the SPECjbb(TM) 2000 benchmark and five new top-rated positions in SAP(R) Standard Application Benchmark performance.
This article is the third in an ongoing series exploring the evolution of performance analysis and benchmarking in the enterprise storage industry as well as the launch of the first industry standard benchmark for storage developed by the Storage Performance Council (SPC).
Developing an effective performance benchmark for managers of life insurance assets is not only possible, but it is also an invaluable exercise for the successful and prudent management of a life insurance company But creating effective benchmarks for evaluating performance and creating the appropriate incentives for asset managers can be a complex exercise for a life insurance company.
By determining the right asset allocation, a CPA is charting a course toward meeting the client's goals; with well-chosen benchmarks, CPAs have a compass that can quickly tell even a novice investor when he or she is off course.
First, let's establish some rules for a benchmark program.
EEMBC[R], the Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium, develops and certifies real-world benchmarks and benchmark scores to help designers select the right embedded processors for their systems.
has announced that its new Xtensa LX configurable processor core has received the highest certified out-of-the-box score ever recorded for any 32-bit or 64-bit processor core tested against the Consumer benchmark suite of the Embedded Microprocessor Benchmark Consortium (EEMBC).
In support, the SPC is a non-profit corporation that defines, standardizes, and promotes storage subsystem benchmarks as well as disseminates objective, relevant, and verifiable performance data and related test tools to the computer industry and its customers.
Each year, service benchmark participants review customer satisfaction and loyalty benchmarks administered by SERVICE 800, Inc.
The BDTI Benchmark Partner Program provides licensees of the BDTI Benchmarks with new ways to use BDTI Benchmark results in their marketing and promotional activities.
Unlike performance benchmarks in other areas of the computer industry, ease-of-use is being designed into the specification and testing process to cajole storage vendors into reporting a plethora of results across their product lines.
Futuremark, a contributing partner in the Khronos Group, has previously developed benchmarks targeted to measure the performance of devices with software implementation of OpenGL ES.