Relating to measurement; involving, or proceeding by, measurement.
Of or pertaining to the meter as a standard of measurement; of or pertaining to the decimal system of measurement of which a meter is the unit; as, the metric system; a metric measurement.
A measurement of a characteristic of an object or activity. The measurement is done using a consistent method, at consistent intervals, in order to assess, monitor and/or communicate information about the object or activity. Metrics may be quantitative or qualitative.
A metric is a measure used in systems engineering to provide an indication of achievement or progress.
European standard measurements, (mm, cm, m)
A measured value. For example, total sales is a metric.
An agreed upon quantitative measure of performance.
A random variable x representing a quantitative measure accumulated over a period.
relating to the decimal system of measurement based on the metre, kilogram and second.
A standard for measurement.
the measurement of some value that describes a component or endeavor. Examples include quality metrics, size and complexity metrics, and progress metrics.
Any measurable or significant factor that can be used in analyzing client/server-based communications.
a decimal unit of measurement of the metric system (based on meters and kilograms and seconds); "convert all the measurements to metric units"; "it is easier to work in metric"
a system of related measures that facilitates the quantification of some particular characteristic
a composite of measures that yield systematic insight into the state of processes or products and drives appropriate action
a definition of measure
a measurable attribute of an entity
a measurement exported by an MBean, usually an attribute but sometimes the result of an operation
a measurement of some aspect of your project
a measure of dissimilarity between data cases (genes or arrays depending on which we are classifying)
a measure of the degree to which a system or process possesses a certain attribute
a measure of trustworthiness and availability of a route
a measure used in calculating the next host to route a packet to
a particular item of information about a node in terms of CPU, memory, I/O or disk speed, network, and so on
a system of measurement that includes the item being measured, the unit of measurement, and the value of the unit
a variable or measure that corresponds to the focus of an investigation
A measurement, taken over a period of time, that communicates vital information about a process or activity. A metric should drive appropriate leadership or management action. (Glossary of Quality Air Force Terms)
A metric is an attribute of an architectural component that may be defined during the configuration of the architectural component, can be measured during the use of this architecture component, and whose value may be evaluated.
Any standardized measurement used for comparison purposes. Online advertising metrics include Click-through Ratio and Unique Page Views.
a measurable characteristic of the biota that changes in some predictable way with increased human influence.
Measurable element of a service, process or function. The real value of metrics is seen in their change over time. Reliance on a single metric is not advised, especially if it has the potential to affect User behaviour in an undesirable way.
This is not the metric system, but rather a measurement or particular benchmark.
A standard of measurement. The term is most often used to identify things that will be measured rather than the measurement process or the individual readings or points. Some examples of metric might be: lines of code, number of phone calls, number of resignations, or number of tests.
A measurement type. Each resource that can be monitored for performance, availability, reliability, and other attributes has one or more metrics about which you collect data. Sample metrics include the amount of RAM on a PC, the number of help desk calls made by a customer, the average CPU busy time for a server, and mean time to failure for a hardware device.
A standard of measurement. Software metrics are the statistics describing the structure or content of a program. A metric should be a real objective measurement of something such as number of bugs per lines of code.
A system of measurement that will be acceptable only after forty years of wandering in the desert.
A particular item of information about a node. For example, the average run queue length over the past 5 seconds, the number of bytes transferred to or from a disk, or the number of characters sent to a terminal. Performance Manager has several hundred metrics, divided among several categories (CPU, Disk, Network, and so on).
A method of measurement. The means of measurement often embed various assumptions about the situation being measured.
A standard of measurement for estimating or indicating a specific characteristic or process.
A general term describing a measurable value available from a particular system or service (see also Counters). The metrics that are available depend on the monitor type and configuration of the system. Example metrics are CPU usage, average response time, number of client requests, process queue size, and so forth. Generally, you use one SiteScope license point per metric that you measure with SiteScope monitors.
A standard of measurement of performance.
A measure of the extent or degree to which a product possesses and exhibits a certain quality, property, or attribute.
The Systeme Internationale (SI), the standard international system of measurement. Hard metric refers to products or materials manufactured to metric specified dimensions. Soft metric refers to products or materials manufactured to English specified dimensions, then converted into metric dimensions.