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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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Lurie and Rosenthal argue that concurrency is often vaguely and inconsistently defined.
Other than that, a common definition of concurrency is also needed.
Six weeks later, in the impoverished mountains of Lesotho's Malealea Valley, we would "perform concurrency" for an audience of more than 600 villagers and two chiefs.
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.
Females were no better at predicting their partners' concurrency; girls tended to underestimate their partners' concurrency.
MySQL now includes the ACID-compliant InnoDB transactional storage engine, which is designed for very high performance and scalability when processing large data volumes and under high concurrency. Consistent with all MySQL offerings, InnoDB is easy to use and highly reliable, having been battle-tested by the Open Source community.
This enables publishers and corporate intranet users to negotiate contracts based on content usage, not just concurrency or site license.
Towards a better understanding and evaluation of these proposals, this paper discusses how object concepts are articulated (applied, customized, integrated, expanded, and so on) with concurrency and distribution challenges and current technology.
Lessman of Concurrency Management Corporation, which manages the building.
In the earlier article we discussed the concept of concurrency, which was introduced in Florida's local government Comprehensive Planning and Land Development Regulation Act of 1985.
Companies developing ambitious applications in all areas, from banking to groupware, networking and scientific computing, have come to realize that comprehensive solutions require combining the flexibility of concurrency and distribution with the power of object-oriented technology.