redundancy

  • 41redundancy — /rɪ dʌndənsi/ noun the dismissal of a person whose job no longer needs to be done …

    Dictionary of banking and finance

  • 42redundancy — Introducing superfluous matter into a legal instrument; particularly the insertion in a pleading of matters foreign, extraneous, and irrelevant to that which it is intended to answer. In re Wise s Estate, 144 Neb. 273,13 N.W.2d 146,151. Redundant …

    Black's law dictionary

  • 43redundancy — Excess, particularly in words. Matter in a pleading not essential to the statement of cause of action or defense. 41 Am J1st Pl § 350. Needless repetition of averments. Including details of evidence by which facts are established. Carpenter v… …

    Ballentine's law dictionary

  • 44Redundancy (information theory) — Redundancy in information theory is the number of bits used to transmit a message minus the number of bits of actual information in the message. Informally, it is the amount of wasted space used to transmit certain data. Data compression is a way …

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  • 45redundancy payment — UK US noun [C] (also redundancy pay [U]) ► HR money that a company pays to workers who have lost their jobs because they are no longer needed: eligible for/entitled to a redundancy payment »An employee becomes eligible for a redundancy payment… …

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  • 46redundancy payments — Whilst an employer may offer more under the employment agreement or ex gratia, the minimum statutory entitlement redundancy payments under the Employment Rights Act 1996 are as follows: 0.5 of a week s pay per year of service between 18 and 21; 1 …

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  • 47redundancy package — UK US noun [C] ► HR all the payments and advantages that a company gives to workers who have lost their jobs because they are no longer needed: »If the redundancy package is very generous many staff will opt for that and not even consider… …

    Financial and business terms

  • 48redundancy payment — noun A minimum statutory payment to be made to an employee who is made redundant, its amount based on age, pay, and length of service • • • Main Entry: ↑redundant …

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  • 49Redundancy (language) — In the study of language, redundancy is considered a vital feature of language. It shields a message from possible flaws in transmission (unclarity, ambiguity, noise). In this way, it increases the odds of predictability of a message s meaning.… …

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  • 50Redundancy (engineering) — In engineering, redundancy is the duplication of critical s of a system with the intention of increasing reliability of the system, usually in the case of a backup or fail safe. In many safety critical systems, such as fly by wire aircraft, some… …

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  • 51Redundancy theory of truth — According to the redundancy theory of truth, or the disquotational theory of truth, asserting that a statement is true is completely equivalent to asserting the statement itself. For example, asserting the sentence   Snow is white is true is …

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  • 52Redundancy (total quality management) — In total quality management, TQM, redundancy in quality or redundant quality means quality which exceeds the required quality level. Tolerances may be too accurate, for example, creating unnecessarily high costs of production. Redundant quality… …

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  • 53redundancy theory of truth — The theory also known as minimalism, or the deflation ary view of truth, fathered by Frege and Ramsey . The essential claim is that the predicate ‘…is true’ does not have a sense, i.e. expresses no substantive or profound or explanatory concept… …

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  • 54redundancy rate — rezervavimo laipsnis statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. redundancy rate vok. Redundanzgrad, m rus. степень резервирования, f pranc. degré de redondance, m …

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  • 55redundancy check — perteklinė kontrolė statusas T sritis automatika atitikmenys: angl. error check; redundancy check; redundant check; redundant data check vok. Redundanzkontrolle, f; Redundanzprüfung, f rus. контроль с введением избыточности, m; контроль с помощью …

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  • 56redundancy of information — informacijos perteklius statusas T sritis radioelektronika atitikmenys: angl. redundancy of information vok. Informationsüberschuß, m rus. избыточность информации, f pranc. redondance d information, f …

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  • 57redundancy with restoration — atitaisomasis rezervavimas statusas T sritis Standartizacija ir metrologija apibrėžtis Rezervavimas, kai techniškai galima atitaisyti sugedusius pagrindinius ir (arba) pagalbinius įtaisus arba elementus nesutrikdžius objekto normalaus veikimo.… …

    Penkiakalbis aiškinamasis metrologijos terminų žodynas

  • 58redundancy without restoration — neatitaisomasis rezervavimas statusas T sritis Standartizacija ir metrologija apibrėžtis Rezervavimas, kai techniškai negalima atitaisyti sugedusių pagrindinių ir (arba) pagalbinių įtaisų arba elementų nesutrikdžius objekto normalaus veikimo.… …

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  • 59redundancy rate — rezervavimo laipsnis statusas T sritis Standartizacija ir metrologija apibrėžtis Įtaiso arba sistemos rezervinių ir pagrindinių elementų skaičiaus dalmuo. atitikmenys: angl. redundancy rate vok. Redundanzgrad, m rus. кратность резервирования, f;… …

    Penkiakalbis aiškinamasis metrologijos terminų žodynas

  • 60redundancy check — perteklinė kontrolė statusas T sritis informatika apibrėžtis Duomenų kontrolės metodas, kai duomenys koduoti pertekliniu kodu, patikrinami, ar jų kodai yra leidžiami. Kontrolė paremta tuo, kad pažeidus duomenis jų kodai tampa neleistini ir iš to… …

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