priority phase

priority phase

[prī′är·əd·ē ′fāz]
(computer science)
Phase consisting of execution of operations in response to instruments or process interrupts other than clock interrupts.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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This is the high priority phase. Phase 2 (2026 to 2033) will span 3,000 km and cost SR209 billion.
The Board ended the interference by entering judgment against ACT on all counts in the priority phase of the interference, thereby invalidating U.S.
"We will be applying for our business name during the Welsh Business Priority phase as it gives us the best opportunity to register a name which we have been using historically for years.
High priority Phase 1 - 2010 to 2025 - spread over 5,500 km will cost SR 63 b.
The government managed to complete the development of the S Pars' top priority phases while it was under strict Western sanctions and faced with a remarkable fall in oil price, Zangeneh said.
David Taylor, who used to work for former Welsh Secretary Peter Hain but has since left politics for a career in business, said: "They had plenty of opportunity to try to acquire it during the landrush and priority phases and I'm somewhat surprised they didn't do so.
Phase 19 is among the second priority phases of South Pars.
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