exceedance


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ex·ceed·ance

 (ĭk-sēd′ns)
n.
The amount by which something, especially a pollutant, exceeds a standard or permissible measurement.
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Noun1.exceedance - (geology) the probability that an earthquake will generate a level of ground motion that exceeds a specified reference level during a given exposure time; "the concept of exceedance can be applied to any type of environmental risk modeling"
probability, chance - a measure of how likely it is that some event will occur; a number expressing the ratio of favorable cases to the whole number of cases possible; "the probability that an unbiased coin will fall with the head up is 0.5"
geology - a science that deals with the history of the earth as recorded in rocks
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The goal exceedance dimension, in particular, introduced in the logistics outsourcing literature the notion of customer delight, which is proposed to embody higher levels of loyalty and loyalty-driven profits in services (Finn 2005).
In case of exceedance of such limit values, Member States adopt air quality plans and ensure that such plans set appropriate measures so that the exceedance period can be kept as short as possible by adopting decisive and more forward-looking action.
Simple one-button measurements display estimates of both algal abundance and algal activity, providing a quick indication of risk for gross exceedance of the regulation.
The African-based airline will use FLYHT's suite of tools including automated Out, Off, On and In times, FLYHT's new web-based flight following Aircraft Situational Display, engine and airframe exceedance reports, real-time flight data monitoring, quick access recorder flight data, global voice communications enabled by the Iridium satellite network and added AFIRS features on demand.
However, exceedance rates for imported food have fallen by nearly two percentage points (from 7.
We will, instead of the POT method, use the Average Conditional Exceedance Rate (ACER) method to estimate the tails of the distribution of these residuals.
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In fact, four of the five beaches in Chatham Harbor that are close to the seal haul-outs have never had an exceedance event.
This approach and similar variations based on exceedance of certain benchmarks and certain percentage of occupied hours have been criticized for not considering the severity of the overheated state (Nicol et al.
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This vulnerability is apparent through the high percentage of Wisconsin well tests in exceedance of at least one health-based water quality standard.
As things turned out the winner Exceedance hacked up, breaking the course record in the process, but Supreme Quest may well have made a race of it had she not got boxed in more often than a vampire.