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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 2001, Lagarde and colleagues reported a study that used a standardised questionnaire to assess concurrency rates and HIV prevalence in five sub-Saharan cities.
There is a need for longitudinal studies that measure both concurrency and incidence of HIV infection.
If a school district includes portable/relocatable classroom capacity in its inventory of student stations, those classrooms may count as available capacity for the first three years of school concurrency implementation.
Such error, database concurrency exception, and also a possible solution to solve the problem, are exemplified in this paper.
Multi-versioning to provide concurrency while maintaining maximum data integrity
In this environment, the hub facilitates the broad, concentrated connectivity for storage while the Loop Switch takes the place of the Backbone Switch to provide the needed concurrency and zoning.
It is also assumed that the taxes remain at one-half of the tax level if not subject to concurrency as a result of the reduction in value, or $2,125 per annum.
Microsoft has recognized Concurrency with multiple partner-of-the-year awards, including 2012 Microsoft Content Management Partner of the Year, 2012 Microsoft Central Region Partner of the Year, and 2012 & 2011 Microsoft Midwest Area Partner of the Year.
Concurrency raises the number of operations the version-management and collaboration system can implement at the same time, enhancing performance in a continuously delivered environment as it fires off a high volume of automated transactions.
Authors who have provided evidence that these high concurrency rates lead to high-risk sexual networks in the region have, however, been portrayed as racist and 'crypto-racist'.
Bisexual concurrency, bisexual partnerships, and HIV among southern African men who have sex with men (MSM).
Introduction to concurrency in programming languages.