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concurrency

[kən′kər·ən·sē]
(computer science)
Referring to two or more tasks of a computer system which are in progress simultaneously.

concurrency

concurrency

Operations that are performed simultaneously within the computer. For example, dual-core CPUs provide overlapping of two independent processes. See parallelism, concurrent programming language, dual core, hyperthreading, multiprocessing, multitasking, multithreading, SMP and MPP.
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Mah and Halperin also believe that concurrency increases an individual's risk of transmitting HIV, not their risk of acquiring it.
Other than that, a common definition of concurrency is also needed.
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In order to present a solution to solve the problem of a data concurrency exception occurred for a single data access which fired a database trigger, a study case is presented.
Advanced row-level locking without requiring lock escalation for maximum read/write concurrency without compromising lock integrity
The Loop Switch delivers the same concurrency and zoning services offered by the Backbone Fabric Switch while eliminating the Cost and complexity of a mixed protocol environment (Figure 4).
Further development may be restricted to the point of lowering the density or downsizing a building from the maximum allowable under zoning, until the transportation meets the standards of the concurrency test statements of the community.
On July 10 in Toronto, James Savage accepted the 2012 Microsoft Content Management Partner of the Year Award onbehalf of Concurrency at a ceremony hosted by Microsoft's Jon Roskill, Corporate Vice President, Worldwide Partner Group, and Steve Ballmer, CEO.
The version-management provider added that concurrency technology will enable developers to boost productivity while reducing necessary machine resources and maintenance.
Intended for experienced C++ programmers, this volume on concurrency provides practical instruction on harnessing the multithreading capabilities of modern processors.
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