SMART considered harmful

17 thoughts
last posted July 20, 2013, 7:41 p.m.

12 earlier thoughts


The normalised values have a bit of inane screwery in them, too. First of all, you can't use it for every attribute. Not every attribute has a normalised value, which means that you sometimes need to read the raw value instead. Sometimes, the value being higher is better (I'm assuming that this might be a problem for performance-related attributes). And sometimes, there just isn't a threshold.

4 later thoughts