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2] experiences a preemption by a FT following the job at the third time unit in [M.
We assume that the time for each request handled by the node is one time unit, and normalized the deadline of each request.
Actually it is possible to describe the percentage value number that describes the time unit, but it is only one and we can use it to describe any time.
Now, if the time unit were changed to centuries instead of years, r would become 50 replacements per century.
According to the above analysis, passenger flow in a certain time of some day is relevant to that in s time units before the same day, to that in the same time in n days before and also to that in the same time in the same work days in m weeks before.
If time is considered as discrete and the sighting records are arranged as a series of time units (t) with sightings within the observation period (with the first time unit labelled 1 and the last T) ordered from the earliest to the latest, [t.
I just focus on giving the right shot, and every time unit members clap after my shot it makes me happy," she says.
And the second is the deepening of content which is based on the increasing richness of content in terms of the bit rate of information supplied per time unit to human sensory receptors.
In figure 1, this occurs between time unit (months) one and two.
So WE Bennett thinks that there's a time unit missing from the phrase "6.
While I agree that minutes, seconds and hours are artificial subdivisions of natural time units, the Sabbath is not a marking or measure of any natural time unit.
By the time unit members become MIC watchstanders, they have been on one, two and sometimes three deployments.
And only here (if we're touching the subject) there's a time unit called "I'll come sometime between 11 and six.
He is also an architect (and one of the original Richard Rogers four-person practice), a long time unit master at the Architectural Association and latterly at the University of Westminster.
1]) is determined by the expected number of susceptible persons with whom each infectious person comes into contact during a time unit in their infectious periods and by the probability of disease transmission per contact.