• (verb): Throw or pitch at a mark, as with coins.
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on lag:

Lundberg Lag
... The Lundberg lag, named after the Swedish economist Erik Lundberg, stresses the lag between changes in the demand and response in output ... This is one lag which points out that business cycles do not follow a completely random fashion but can be explained with a few different important regularities ...
Lag (online Gaming) - Solutions and Lag Compensation
... Instead, games will often be designed with lag compensation in mind ... This solution works and will all but eliminate most problems related to lag ...
Lag (online Gaming)
... In online gaming, lag is a noticeable delay between the action of players and the reaction of the server ... Although lag may be caused by high latency, it may also occur due to insufficient processing power in the client and/or server ... The tolerance for lag depends heavily on the type of game ...
LAG Nos. 87 And 88
87 and 88 were superheated steam locomotives with the Localbahn AG (LAG) ... They were the last two engines that the LAG procured because shortly after their delivery in 1937, the company was finally nationalised ... Unlike the two LAG engines, TAG 7 survived, first as the operating reserve for the Tegernseebahn and later as a museum locomotive ...
Customer Insight in Practice
... Using the Critical Lag strategy (outlined above), the company analysed the each customers ordering behaviour, mainly focusing on the frequency and time lapse between each ... Spencer to handle their Customer Insight) developed a critical lag formula, which helped M S to judge when a customer’s current lag since they placed their last order ... If a customer fell outside of this lag, M S communicated with them via email or over the phone to find out the reason for this behaviour and therefore reducing the number of lapsed ...

More definitions of "lag":

  • (noun): One of several thin slats of wood forming the sides of a barrel or bucket.
    Synonyms: stave
  • (noun): The time between one event, process, or period and another.
    Synonyms: interim
  • (verb): Cover with lagging to prevent heat loss.
    Example: "Lag pipes"

Famous quotes containing the word lag:

    I could be well content
    To entertain the lag end of my life
    With quiet hours.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)