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A timekeeper is an instrument or person that measures the passage of time; in the case of the latter, often with the assistance of a clock or stopwatch. In addition, the timekeeper records time, time taken, or time remaining during events such as sports matches.
A timekeeper is often referred to as a time clock, which tracks employee time. Collecting such data gives employers insight into their workforce. They can then make operational decisions to increase productivity and reduce labor costs.
- Allan variance
- Atomic clock
- Fully Automatic Time
- Meeting Roles
- Sense of time
- Time clock
- Time tracking software
- Time Machine
- A Walk Through Time at the National Institute of Standards and Technology
- "Treatise for Observers on Constructing the Circle of Projection" is a manuscript, in Arabic, from 1473, about timekeeping.
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