Concisely describe non-time sensitive measurements

I am working on profiling a graphical PC application. In this context, profiling is the act of taking measurements, mostly time based (like “time elapsed while rendering x”), but also some simple values (like “the number of x used” where x is not a unit of time).

Multiple of “the same” measurements are taken by running the same simulation multiple times. Because recording the simple values has an impact on time, I take “time” and “value” measurements in separate runs. I would like to name these two types of profiling.

Can you think of a more concise wording of “Non Time Sensitive Profiling”. In the context of programming “NonTimeSensitiveProfiling” is a bit long. A compound word or phrase is acceptable.


Atemporal means “independent of time”. I’ve seen “atemporal measurement” used in technical writing to describe something with which time does not affect. “Atemporal Profiling” would be something that you would need to define through a context menu to describe to a user exactly what is meant by the term.

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