overutilization

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n overutilization exploitation to the point of diminishing returns
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Usage


In news:

ASE Concerned Over Self-Referral, Overutilization of Cardiac Stress Exams.
One DC's View of Overutilization .
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In science:

While either of these actions alone would lead toward convergence, the two in combination cause overcompensation: during the next minute, server 1 becomes more underutilized than it was overutilized in the previous minute.
Icebergs in the Clouds: the Other Risks of Cloud Computing
This control loop also happens to have a 1-minute period: after each minute, B ’s controller measures each CPU core’s utilization during the past minute, then reduces the core’s voltage and speed if the core was underutilized or increases voltage and speed if the core was overutilized.
Icebergs in the Clouds: the Other Risks of Cloud Computing
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