Definitions for "Occupancy"
The percentage of roadway length occupied by vehicles at an instant in time. In general use, it is a measurement based upon the ration of vehicle presence time (as indicated by a presence detector) over a fixed period of total time.
The number of persons, including driver and passenger(s) in a vehicle. Nationwide Personal Transportation Survey (NPTS) occupancy rates are generally calculated as person miles divided by vehicle miles. (FHWA3)
Sensor - a control device that senses the presence of a person in a given space, commonly used to control lighting systems and HVAC.
The act of taking or holding possession, especially of real property or rental property; possession; occupation.
Possession and use of property as owner or tenant.
The act of taking possession of property and holding it; an analysis or reporting of a level of lessee possession or an amount of the whole that buyers have taken in a real estate development, industrial park, or the like (an income property should have a target occupancy level that makes it possible to determine when a profit is possible or when its rate has stabilized at a satisfactory level in its market place so that success can be projected. CLICK HERE to review a legal definition provided by the 'Lectric Law Library. Also, see the definition of capitalization rate ( cap rate). definition of occupancy defined definition of occupancy rate defined definition of occupancy as site selection data standard
Keywords:  versus, gents, arrive, wait, outbound
Generally a percent of logged in time that an agent spends in active contact handling (i.e., on incoming calls, in wrap up, on outbound calls).
The percentage of time that agents who are available to take calls are actively occupied in talk time and after-call work time. It is used to measure the productivity of agents. Agents who are occupied 100% tend not to work as efficiently as those who have time for other activities. Occupancy does not include available time.
A measurement of the time actually spent by an agent handling calls against the total time available
The period of time during which one occupies a property.
This term refers to the type and character of the use of property in question; business enterprise at that specific location.
Lenders provide financing on owner-occupied primary homes, owner-occupied second or vacation homes and non-owner occupied homes.
Keywords:  resident, renter, heap, garbage, rental
Either a renter or owner who uses the property as a full-time residence.
The percentage of units or operational beds that are occupied by a resident at the conclusion of a given reporting period.
Occupancy or residency is the percentage of heap occupied by live objects after the completion of a garbage collection cycle. In general, the higher the occupancy the more frequent the garbage collection cycle and the more system resources used for memory management.
The state or condition of being occupied; as, occupancy by more than 250 people is dangerous and unlawful.
Zoning and safety code term used to determine how a structure is permitted to be used and occupied, which in turn dictates the necessary safety structures and procedures.
The maximum number of persons that may be accommodated in a resort unit.
Keywords:  tenant, act
an act of being a tenant or occupant
Keywords:  total, lease, space, percentage, stock
The amount of space occupied measured against the total stock of space.
Percentage of total SF under lease
Keywords:  financial, see
see “Financial Occupancy.