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dequeue

[dē′kyü]
(engineering)
To select an item from a queue.

dequeue

dequeue

Pronounced "dee-q." To remove an item from a queue. Contrast with enqueue.
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Another thread then dequeues the request (3) and passes it through each filter in the chain successively.
This thread will dequeue requests from its queue (4) and dispatch the upcall on the servant (5).
Consider a queue which is manipulated using enqueue and dequeue transactions (which deal with one element).
But to guard against losing the output in the event of failure, the MM transaction that dequeues the output must not commit until it is sure that the user actually saw it.
RCs dequeue requests and process transactions on their behalf.
For job allocation, the mobile job coordinator sorts the resource list by mobile resource reliability in a descending order and dequeues a job from the mobile job queue.
With 25 items initially in the free list, and an average queue length of 20 items, there were usually 2 processes active in the rmeld procedure at any instant (the maximum observed in 3,000 dequeues was 5, the maximum observed in any 100 consecutive dequeues was usually 4).
These can be expressed in terms of a process that cyclically dequeues information about a graph vertex, updates the graph, and enqueues information about some set of vertices.
75; it was then emptied by a random sequence of enqueues and dequeues for which the probability of dequeue was 0.
Probability equal to one corresponds to the most rapid increase and decrease possible, a string of enqueues followed by a string of dequeues.
We check this queue first whenever looking for the earliest event to dequeue.