The state or quality of lasting; continuance in time; the portion of time during which anything exists.
The period of time from the start of an eruption to the end of that eruption.
the length of time needed to complete an activity.
A length of time. For a clip, the length of time that it will play, determined by its overall length. Or if the clip has been trimmed, the difference in time between its In point and Out point. See also timecode.
The length of time in seconds that a noise event lasts. Duration is usually measured in time above a specific noise threshold.
The amount of time a worker has to complete the work required by a HIT is known as 'Duration'. This is a timer which begins upon pressing the 'Accept HIT' button and which ends either with a successful submission or the return of the HIT.
This is the amount of time that a bidder has in which to place his bid. It is represented as the number of days and minutes remaining and is shown against each item or lot as 'time remaining'.
Time frame, the time which something continues. e-coli A bacteria present in sewage and sewage backflows.
The length of time that a segment of audio or video takes to play from beginning to end.
the amount of time that something continues or lasts
The time of frequency of stress placed on an organism.
The time length of training sessions. For example, 30 minutes at an intensity of 70 percent heart-rate reserve is the recommended duration for developing and maintaining physical fitness.
Each game consists of two 20-minute halves with a rest period of five minutes which is used to change team members. For a women's match the duration is two 15-minute halves with a five minute rest period.
The amount of time required to complete a given inspection. It is calculated using the "start" and "finish" times recorded by the inspector on the inspection document.
The length of time (in seconds) requried to collect all frames of all bands in the downlinked image; typical values range from 0.5 to 450.
The length of the pledge break expressed in minutes.
The amount of time spent exercising in the aerobic state during each exercise session.
the length of time over which something continues (for disasters: brief = seconds to hours; short = hours to days; intermediate = days to weeks; prolonged = months to years). Return to Top of List
Refers to the time required to complete lane change. Duration is calculated by subtracting the end synch number from the start synch number. See also Warning Duration.
referring to verbal aspect, that dimension which considers the action in its length and development.
the period of time during which something continues
the property of enduring or continuing in time
continuance in time; "the ceremony was of short duration"; "he complained about the length of time required"
a long action often used with expressions like "for two years," "for five minutes," "all day" or "all year
an immutable length of time stored as a number of milliseconds
an interval of time
a quantity of time
The time you expect the job to take to complete. In the Timeline view of jobs in the database, the duration is represented by a light blue bar at the center of the activity bar or by a light blue diamond.
Duration is the time a course will take to complete with normal progression, which for full-time students is 24 credit points a semester, for part time students it is 12 credit points a semester.
Time needed to complete a task.
Length of time exposed to a substance.
The length of time during which water stands at or above the soil surface (inundation), or during which the soil is saturated. As used herein, duration refers to a period during the growing season.
Length of a geyser eruption.
Period of time over which a course is held.
To continue in time. Duration is classified as either short (1 hr), moderate (1-2 hr). or long (2-8 hr), depending on the work pattern.
The length of time an event occurs.
The scheduled time for an activity to be completed.
The length of time a particular event will take place. For construction, the expected duration is reported by the DOT. For incidents, durations are estimated based on the available information regarding the severity of the incident.
The continuous time a task is performed without a rest period.
In terms of wave growth, the time over which the wind blows at a constant velocity.
The total period of time from the start of an activity through to its completion. This period of time will typically consist of the time required to progress the work to completion (see Effort), plus waiting or "dead" time. The number of time periods (not including holidays and other non-working periods) required to complete an activity or other project element. Typically expressed as workdays or workweeks. (PMI)
A term applying to bonds or portfolios showing the length of time to maturity. This will give an indication of the relative sensitivity of the value of the bonds to short, medium or long-term interest rates (for example, a short duration indicates that the value of a bond is sensitive to fluctuations in short-term rates)
Time interval between the first and last peaks of strong ground motion above a specified amplitude.
the length of time a vehicle remains in one parking space.
The amount of time that elapses between the time the task is started and the time it is completed, measured in hours (or days, weeks, etc.). It does not take into account the number of people performing the task.
The continuous time a task is performed without an adequate rest break.
A method of measuring a portion of the risk in a bond or bond fund, duration determines the length of time it will take to recoup the principal.
The number of work periods (not including holidays or other nonworking periods) required to complete an activity or set of activities. All activity durations are specified with the same duration unit.
The length of time an effect lasts, given in combat rounds, game turns, or game days. (D&D 1)
The amount of time (days, months, years) that a person is exposed to a chemical.
Used in Summary to denote the length of a period of time in seconds. For example, the duration of a Gap in Service is listed in hours:minutes:seconds.
Length of time something lasts; e.g., the vibration of a musical sound.
Sets the length of time it takes to perform the activity. Activity processing time includes both duration and delay (if modeled). You cannot specify a Duration for a Trigger or Terminate activity.
In a narrative film, the aspect of temporal manip ulation that involves the time span presented in the plot and assumed to operate in the story. See also frequency, order.
The total running length of a video clip or other media element.
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Time over which the clock will run on one winding
The length of calendar time required to complete a project or part of a project. Do not confuse this with Effort.
The time spent doing an exercise.
Length of time one works or exercises; Duration is one way of increasing resistance to a muscle or system to improve its function.
The length of time it takes to play the media at the default rate.
The time elapsed between the beginning and ending of a targeted event. The recorder may be interested in the length of time a specific behavior occurs.
In project management, the length of time an activity is estimated to require.
Duration is the length of exposure to a risk factor. It can be measured as the minutes or hours per day the worker is exposed to a risk. Duration can also be viewed as the years of exposure to a risk factor. In general, the greater the duration of exposure to a risk factor, the greater the degree of risk. However, specific duration guidelines have not been established for risk factors such as force, posture and repetition.
long term, short term, relates to length of marriage or period of time.
a length of time (ex. duration of daylight is the length of day)
Duration is the length of time of a rainfall event.
For tool tips, the amount of time for which a tool tip is displayed. See also onset delay, tool tip.
The time it takes to fully complete a workout.
Duration mean different things under different circumstances. Typically, duration will refer to the length of time a person performs a task, or is exposed to a specific risk factor, without a period of rest. It may, however, be used to describe the amount of time during a shift a task is performed (e.g. 4 hours per shift). Duration may also be measured in seconds or minutes when describing the amount of time a person will exert a forceful effort (e.g. when gripping a tool or performing a pinch grip). Generally speaking, the longer the duration of exposure to a risk factor the greater the likelihood of a negative outcome.
In forecasting WAVES, the length of time the wind blows in essentially the same direction over the FETCH ( GENERATING AREA).
The length of time an operation is active at a workstation.
duration Simple A basic range of time specified in years, months, days, hours, minutes, seconds, or partial seconds.
A specified number of days/hours/minutes that bidding can take place during an auction.
the length of time something continues or exits.
The length of time a meteor shower is at 1/4 strength or greater. Ranges from a fraction of a day (Leonids) to several days (Perseids, Orionids). The interval between the earliest and latest stragglers in a shower can be much greater.
The amount of time a task is expected to take. This can differ from the estimated effort due to the availability of resources.
How long something lasts. Often used in reference to drugs. You may hear your doctor talk about the 'optimal duration of treatment' with a drug you are taking. This means the length of time you need to take it to get the most benefit. Duration of response to a treatment means the time between having the treatment and the cancer beginning to grow again.
The amount of time spent at each aerobic session.
The amount of time spent on a page, in seconds.
Represents a duration of time, as a composite of years, months, days, hours, minutes, and seconds. The syntax of a duration value has these parts: If the duration is negative, it starts with "-". A capital is always included. If the duration has a years part, the number of years is next, followed by a capital . If there is a months part, it is next, followed by capital . If there is a days part, it is next, followed by capital . If there are any hours, minutes, or seconds in the duration, a capital comes next; otherwise the duration ends here. If there is an hours part, it is next, followed by capital . If there is a minutes part, it is next, followed by capital . If there is a seconds part, it is next, followed by capital . You can use a decimal point and fraction to specify part of a second. Missing parts are assumed to be zero. Examples: "P1347Y" is a duration of 1347 Gregorian years; "P1Y2MT2H5.6S" is a duration of one year, two months, two hours, and 5.6 seconds.
The length of time a musical note is played.
Continuance over time. In High or Low?, the duration refers to the length of each of the sweeping sounds, between 30 and 80 milliseconds.
When spousal support is paid on a monthly basis, the length of time for which spousal support is to be paid. Duration may be indefinite or time-limited. Duration may be changed upon subsequent review or variation. ( See also indefinite and time-limited.)
The time it takes for an activity to be completed, given the planned amount of material, labor and equipment.
The total running length of a movie clip, media element or transition.
The time it takes to play the entire audio or video data object.
Length of time of a particular license.Duration specifies how long the licensed reproductions of an image will be in circulation.For example, a direct mail piece that will be sent to a different group of people every month for a year, has a duration of one year.
Time over that the clock will run on one winding.
The length of time a pitch is sustained, from the attack to the release.
The term or length of time that an intellectual property right lasts.
In connection with wind waves, the duration is the length of time that winds generating surface waves have been present. This, in addition to the fetch (which is the distance over which these winds act) and wind direction, determines the amplitude and direction of the wind-generated waves.
The time since SELECTION eg since a life assurance policy was effected. Used in addition to age in the calculation of mortality rates.
A duration is an amount of time or a particular time interval. For example, an event in the common sense has a duration greater than zero (but not very long), but in certain specialized senses (such as in the theory of relativity), a duration of zero. It is often cited as one of the fundamental aspects of music, see also rhythm.
Duration of a project's terminal element is the number of calendar periods it takes from the time the execution of element starts to the moment it is completed.