occupancy rate


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n occupancy rate the percentage of all rental units (as in hotels) are occupied or rented at a given time
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In literature:

At any rate, she saw nothing more of the occupants of the two taxicabs.
"The Illustrious Prince" by E. Phillips Oppenheim
The hourly rate in each occupation is shown in Table 25.
"Wage Earning and Education" by R. R. Lutz
The occupants of these quarters, however, were not rated as second-class passengers.
"David Harum" by Edward Noyes Westcott
They rated me by my scholarship, and not by my father's occupation.
"The Promised Land" by Mary Antin
At any rate it will give me occupation, and I should say a good paying occupation, for some time.
"At Aboukir and Acre" by George Alfred Henty
At any rate, they stared at the canoe without offering to disturb its occupant.
"Camp-fire and Wigwam" by Edward Sylvester Ellis
It has proved a more paying concern, at any rate, than the exhilarating occupation known as 'waiting for the boom.
"The Sign of the Spider" by Bertram Mitford
The big automobile, moving along at a fair rate of speed, created enough breeze to keep the occupants at a comfortable temperature.
"Dorothy's Triumph" by Evelyn Raymond
At any rate the visits gave him occupation.
"The Belovéd Vagabond" by William J. Locke
One time the occupants of a car, after learning our rates, declined to stay.
"Four and Twenty Beds" by Nancy Vogel
The direct influence of religion on health can very probably be estimated best by the comparative death rate of occupations.
"Religion And Health" by James J. Walsh
The liability rate for logging trucks is $33.75 and is based upon occupation alone.
"Motor Truck Logging Methods" by Frederick Malcolm Knapp
At any rate, they looked very sick of their occupation.
"Whilomville Stories" by Stephen Crane
By an act of 1875 the occupation of a house rated at L100 was made a qualification.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 15, Slice 5" by Various

In news:

The Almanac obtained a list of occupations for those who live in Menlo Park's below-market-rate units.
Excessively high occupancy rates can cripple the businesses they're supposed to help.
High occupancy means rate flexibility for facility operators.
Some will raise rents when they hit a target occupancy rate.
I was surprised that the occupancy rates went up so high in areas where we lowered pricing because they weren't desirable spaces.
The City Center Square office tower, one of downtown's more prominent buildings, has been bought by out-of-town investors who plan to make major upgrades to bolster its half-empty occupancy rate.
Gains in RevPAR Attributed to Occupancy, Not Rate.
A new Gallop Poll found that nurses and pharmacists were one and two as the most trusted occupations with members of Congress and car salespeople rated least trusted.
El Paso's apartment occupancy rate decreased in the third quarter compared with a year ago while rents increased, a new report shows.
The overall occupancy rate during September was 67.2 percent, up from 66.6 percent in the same month a year ago.
Hotel occupancy and average daily rates.
With the Mammoth Motocross in town this week, occupancy rates for the town are projected to shoot skyward.
Shopping centers increase occupancy rates.
Occupancy , daily rates and revenue were up throughout the state.
The overall occupancy rate rose to 55.5 percent from 54.9 percent in January 2011.

In science:

These detectors feature high channel density, high occupancy and high data rate.
The COMPASS Experiment at CERN
The rate of this process is given by an emission vertex V times the occupation probabilities for the left and right colliding modes.
Fuzzballs and the information paradox: a summary and conjectures
The reason being that all of these fields have the same mass and decay width as χ1 , and single-crossing occupation numbers in instant preheating are insensitive to the spin of the field.11 On the other hand, the χ4 scalar, B gauge field, and Ψ4 fermion have a different mass and decay rate.
Non-perturbative production of matter and rapid thermalization after MSSM inflation
The latter decay rate is so large that there is simply no time for building up particle occupation numbers (and thus resonant production like in parametric resonance) of χ fields.
Non-perturbative production of matter and rapid thermalization after MSSM inflation
It acts as thermal production rate when their occupation numbers are below their equilibrium values and as dissipation rate in the opposite case.
Dark Matter, Baryogenesis and Neutrino Oscillations from Right Handed Neutrinos
For high rate experiments demanding online tracking of several hundred particles per 100 nsec bunch crossing such a concept may not work due to too high occupancy of single fiber channels.
Tests of a fiber detector concept for high rate particle tracking
In summary, we have found that the consideration of a partial p1/2 occupancy lowers the exclusive cross sections and muon capture rate noticeably, but it reduces the results for the inclusive processes only slightly.
Weak reactions on 12C within the Continuum Random Phase Approximation with partial occupancies
We have verified that the rates of both charm annihilation and production in a deconfined state for T < 300 MeV then lead to charm quark occupancies which exceed those for chemical equilibrium as one approaches the transition point .
B_c Production at RHIC as a Signal for Deconfinement
The forth column, f= = (RatomC (φ, ∞, 0))−5/7 , is the occupation fraction at which the heating rate due to dipolar decay in the thermal cloud matches that due to the condensate.
Bose-Einstein Condensation of Atomic Hydrogen
The evaporative cooling rate for a sample described by a truncated Boltzmann occupation function has been calculated by Luiten et al. using the Boltzmann transport equation.
Bose-Einstein Condensation of Atomic Hydrogen
One important improvement would be to determine the evaporation rate using the quantum Boltzmann equation, which is based on the correct quantum occupation function.
Bose-Einstein Condensation of Atomic Hydrogen
They are observed through a corresponding decrease of the maximum lifetime, that is, the survival rates drop to zero before the standard ones, as can be seen from fig.5a (where the maximum occupation per site is 34).
The Penna model for biological ageing on a lattice: spatial consequences of child-care
We show that for large enough maximum occupations per site, these survival rates are the same.
The Penna model for biological ageing on a lattice: spatial consequences of child-care
Fig.5b - Triangles: the same standard survival rate of fig.5a; Full squares: the survival rate with lattice for a maximum occupation per site equal to 200 and a probability to walk equal to 0.2.
The Penna model for biological ageing on a lattice: spatial consequences of child-care
The configuration is specified by the occupation number ni at each site; sites with n ≥ 2 are said to be active, and have a positive rate of toppling.
Path-integral representation for a stochastic sandpile