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priority

[prī·ôr′itē]
Etymology: L, prius, previously
actions established in order of importance or urgency to the welfare or purposes of the organization, patient, or other person at a given time.

priority

the precedence of the earliest of two published taxonomic names.
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Gupta, "Experiments with Test Case Prioritization using Relevant Slices", Journal of Systems and Software, Vol.
Table 5 indicates the average yield and sample standard deviation for the effects of width, cutting bill, and prioritization strategy on total, primary, and salvage yields.
While software schemes like packet-based prioritization and QoS guarantees have made some strides in increasing speeds through better network resource management, these solutions generally depend on more router complexity.
Increased prioritization granularity - The total number of priority queues is increased to enable network operators to fine-tune traffic guarantees across the mesh;
This new "test-to-code" impact analysis capability improves test prioritization by confirming that tests are covering the most critical functionality.
DSCP marking is also available for traffic prioritization by upstream routers and other devices for application QoS and flow-based control.
Procurement Location Mapping Services, Prioritization, Inspection and Technical Assistance for Buried Pipes and Tanks Inside the Cne.
This component will aim the prioritization of the local roads
Quality of service (QoS) is a key determinant of users' satisfaction with their media experience, and the Cisco ISG helps ensure optimal QoS by providing the subscriber awareness needed to enable service prioritization and coordination for the simultaneous delivery of triple-play and mobile services over a converged IP network.
Contract notice: Prioritization of the frame rail system within the framework of the development of the local transport plan of the cergy-pontoise community.

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