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n the use of two or more processors in a system configuration. One processor controls the system, and the others are subordinate to it.
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In this case the judge sought to distinguish between simultaneous and sequential concurrency.
Since network connectivity, as assessed by measures such as concurrency prevalence, is a network-level property, it is necessary and appropriate to investigate it at a network or ecological level.
Consequently, major programs always retain some level of concurrency, much of which is actually an integral part of the plan (see [a] through [c], previous paragraph).
On the other hand, there is the case that concurrency adds risk to a program by exposing it to expensive rework resulting from major redesign.
Concurrency, sex partner risk, and high-risk human papfllomavirus infection among African American, Asian, and Hispanic women, Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 2010, 37(2):68-74.
Lurie and Rosenthal argue that concurrency is often vaguely and inconsistently defined.
Other than that, a common definition of concurrency is also needed.
Mobility Fee: The act advances this concept by a) requiring OPPAGA to submit a report to the Florida Legislature by February 1, 2015, on how the SB 360 TCEAs have been implemented and what effects they have had on mobility and congestion, and b) directing DCA and the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) to establish a methodology for implementing a mobility fee and file a joint report (8) on the methodology by December 1, 2009, including recommended legislation and a plan to implement the mobility fee as a replacement for transportation concurrency.
In Uganda, one of the most successful campaigns dealing with concurrency was built around the slogans "Love Carefully" and "Zero Grazing," which sent Uganda's AIDS Control Program's message: "Avoid indiscriminate and free-ranging sexual relations.
Usually, data concurrency exceptions occur when multiple users have access to the same data and any single user can update the data without the other users' knowledge.
A security researcher at Cambridge disclosed a new class of vulnerabilities that takes advantage of concurrency to bypass security protections such as antivirus software.
Hibernate In Action explains the basic workings of Hibernate with examples, detailed instructions for using it, how to deal with concurrency and transactions, efficiently retrieving objects, caching, and much more.