Definitions for "productivity"
Keywords:  labour, labor, output, input, biomass
The amount of output per unit of input (labor, equipment, and capital). There...
The level of efficiency with which goods or services are produced given the inputs used to produce those goods and services.
Common surrogate for yield data, often expressed as pounds of human food chain organisms present per acre per year. Productivity data are not equivalent to production estimates and cannot be used for HRS purposes.
Rate of production of new biomass by populations of organisms.
The degree to which an ecosystem makes or yields a volume of plant, animal or thing. Also describes the amount of organic material synthesized by organisms in unit time in a unit volume of water.
Description of ecosystem in terms of 'biomass' (total mass of living organisms).
The rate that organic molecules are formed from photosynthesis
the rate of energy storage over time.
The rate at which photosynthetic or chemical energy is used by organisms to create organic substances.
Français : Productivité (Vitesse de~) Deutsch : Betrieblestungsproduktivität Revenue mileage divided by actual crew hours paid. It can be calculated for a Schedule, a group of Schedules or all Schedules together (includes Extra and Lost mileage).
sales less hourly paid wages divided by the number of hours worked.
A basic feature of language; the ability to use the rules of one's language to create new expressions comprehensible to other speakers.
In linguistics, productivity is the degree to which native speakers use a particular grammatical process, especially in word formation. Since use to produce novel (new, non-established) structures is the clearest proof of usage of a grammatical process, the evidence most often appealed to as establishing productivity is the appearance of novel forms of the type the process leads one to expect, and many people would limit the definition offered above to exclude use of a grammatical process that does not result in a novel structure. Thus in practice, and, for many, in theory, productivity is the degree to which native speakers use a particular grammatical process for the formation of novel structures.
The quality or state of being productive; productiveness.
the quality or state of being productive [ Webster 87].
the ability to create, furnish or supply something that has an exchange value is production; the power to produce at a rate that can be anticipated, set, or measured. Workforce productivity is an extension of the power of individuals. Work ethic (a dedication to quality production combined with an appreciation for having specific and individual opportunities to engage in work) is a factor in productivity see voice of the customer. Assumptions about the work ethic that exists in a location can critically impact its economic development potential. definition of productivity defined definition of production defined
The ecological processes and structures in an agroecosystem that enable production.
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recession recovery
The amount of biological material useful to humans that is generated in a given area. In agriculture, productivity is called yield.
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paper paper dealer
the ability to produce accurate text, numerical data and graphics within a specified time limit
Printing out 30 different versions of your document before getting the spacing correct.