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- Bottleneck literally refers to the narrowed portion (neck) of a bottle near its opening, which limit the rate of outflow, and may describe any object of...
- A po****tion bottleneck or genetic bottleneck is a sharp reduction in the size of a po****tion due to environmental events such as famines, earthquakes...
- The Bottleneck is a location along the South-East Spur (also known as Abruzzi Spur), the most-used route to the summit of K2, the second-highest mountain...
- episode. In 1993, science journalist Ann Gibbons posited that a po****tion bottleneck occurred in human evolution about 70,000 years ago, and she suggested...
- The Free State of Bottleneck (German: Freistaat Flaschenhals) was a short-lived quasi-state that existed from 10 January 1919 until 25 February 1923. It...
- In production and project management, a bottleneck is one process in a chain of processes, such that its limited capacity reduces the capacity of the whole...
- different from a common meaning of a bottleneck. Also note, that this definition does not forbid a single link to be a bottleneck for multiple flows. A data rate...
- In engineering, a bottleneck is a phenomenon by which the performance or capacity of an entire system is severely limited by a single component. The component...
- In software engineering, a bottleneck occurs when the capacity of an application or a computer system is limited by a single component, like the neck of...
- because they share a common bus. This is referred to as the von Neumann bottleneck and often limits the performance of the system. The design of a von Neumann...
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