Definitions for "Freshness"
A positive characteristic applying to freshly harvested and roasted coffee whose flavor is particularly vivid. An aromatic highlight in the coffee bean and brew that is highly pleasing.
Flavor attributes of beans used promptly after roasting. Also, in reference to proper packaging and storage, retention of fresh flavor attributes.
An aromatic quality, often floral or fruit-like.
originality by virtue of being refreshingly novel
originality by virtue of being new and surprising
the trait of being rude and impertinent; inclined to take liberties
Keywords:  humidity, ideal, egg, don't, laid
Freshness of an egg depends on temperature and humidity factors. The ideal conditions are temperatures that don't go above 40°F. (4°C.) and a relative humidity of 70 to 80%.
How recently an egg was laid has a bearing on its freshness but is only one of many factors. The temperature at which it is held, the humidity and the handling all play their part. These variables are so important that an egg one week old, held under ideal conditions, can be fresher than an egg left at room temperature for one day. The ideal conditions are temperatures that don't go above 40°F. (4°C.) and a relative humidity of 70 to 80%.
the property of being pure and fresh (as if newly made); not stale or deteriorated; "she loved the freshness of newly baked bread"; "the freshness of the air revived him"
Keywords:  opto, constantly, stamped, scan, logic
The age of the values an Opto 22 controller currently has for I/O points. Opto 22 controllers do not constantly scan I/O points. Instead, they scan only when necessary, based on control logic. When a controller reads I/O points, the value is time-stamped. If the data is too old, the controller must read the I/O point again before reporting. The freshness value and scan rates may be configurable.
Keywords:  refreshed, alert
an alert and refreshed state
The length of time that an object can be cached and used without an up-to-date or revalidation check.
How up-to-date a search engine database is, based primarily on how often its spiders recirculate around the Web and update their copies of the web pages they hold, and discover new ones. Also determined by how quickly they integrate new sites that web authors send to them. Two weeks is about as good as most search engines do, but some update certain selected web sites more frequently.
The state of being fresh.