[ef-luhks] /ˈɛf lʌks/
outward flow, as of water.
something that flows out; effluence.
a passing or lapse of time.
a passing away; expiration; ending.
1640s, from Latin effluxus, past participle of effluere (see effluence).
[ef-ert] /ˈɛf ərt/ noun 1. exertion of physical or mental power: It will take great effort to achieve victory. 2. an earnest or strenuous attempt: an effort to keep to the schedule. 3. something done by exertion or hard work: I thought it would be easy, but it was an effort. 4. an achievement, as […]
- Effort adjustment factor
programming (EAF) A term used in COCOMO to calculate a cost driver attribute’s effect on a project. It is the product of the effort multipliers corresponding to each of the cost drivers for the project. (1996-05-29)
- Effort bargain
noun 1. a bargain in which the reward to an employee is based on the effort that the employee puts in