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enqueue

[en′kyü]
(engineering)
To place a data item in a queue.
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enqueue

Pronounced "en-q." To place an item in a queue. Contrast with dequeue. See queue and queuing.
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Notice that it is not really necessary to provide the correct distance when enqueueing the root node, since it will always be dequeued first.
Strict FCFS scheduling can also be implemented by allowing an arriving txn to acquire available locks and enqueueing lock requests for unavailable locks, both by an atomic action, to prevent deadlocks with other txns arriving simultaneously [Galler and Bos 1983].
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