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Job Queues - Provides off-line processing for improved interactive responsiveness
Adomo's enhanced speech recognition capability delivers a superior caller and user experience, while advanced caller applications such as 'Find Me, Follow Me' increase organizational responsiveness.
Customers receive the benefits of a simpler, faster, standards-based way to dramatically improve IT responsiveness and technology asset reuse, while maximizing the ROI for SOA.
MSC is delighted to be recognized as the leader in INTTRA s e-booking responsiveness analysis.
Two librarians who previewed the text were impressed with the approaches suggested for accommodating a variety of screens but had reservations about the American Disabilities Act compliance in regard to responsiveness.
While there exists evidence on variation in reported levels of health system responsiveness across countries (Valentine et al.
The Study: The eating behavior of more than 2,400 twins born in 2007 in England and Wales were evaluated for four factors: "enjoyment of food," "food responsiveness," "slowness in eating," and "satiety responsiveness.
The findings, which were presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychosomatic Society, suggest that variation in responsiveness to internal and external cues could contribute to variation in adiposity, said Jane Wardle, Ph.
Food responsiveness was positively correlated with BMI (adjusted for age and sex) in both groups and with waist circumference in the twin group.
The findings, presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychosomatic Society, suggest that variation in responsiveness to internal and external cues could contribute to variation in adiposity, said Jane Wardle, Ph.