Denning, Peter J.
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The throughput of a system is the number of jobs, tasks, or transitions they system completes per unit time. It is often used as a figure of merit, with higher values indicating better performance.
The throughput of a system is the number of jobs, tasks, or transactions the system completes per unit time.January 2008 Rev 5/26/08
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