Mah and Halperin, proponents of the concurrency
thesis, accept that the lack of a consensus definition of concurrency
or of a universally accepted method of measurement hampers comparison between studies.
There is a need for longitudinal studies that measure both concurrency
and incidence of HIV infection.
, on the other hand, rings an immediate, eerily familiar bell.
So, the command can't identify a row that can be modified (update or delete) and the fallowing error message occurs: "Concurrency
violation: the UpdateCommand affected 0 of the expected 1 records".
-- Advanced row-level locking without requiring lock escalation for maximum read/write concurrency
without compromising lock integrity
Before presenting our classification in more detail, we first briefly clarify our use of the terms concurrency
Using these assumptions, the authors present five examples of how the estimate of land value might be affected by concurrency
The second section, concurrency
mechanisms, addresses a fundamental conceptual problem: what basic facilities should be used to build concurrent object-oriented systems?
Built for scale and optimized for durability, availability and concurrency
across the entire data set, Swift is ideal for storing rapidly growing unstructured data sets.
But any time a database system is involved, the potential exists for locking to cause concurrency
He covers Lambda expressions, the stream API, programming with Lambdas, JavaFX, the new date and time API, concurrency
Ennahdha Movement insists on the concurrency
of the legislative elections and the first round of the presidential elections, posing as a condition to accept a separation between the two, to organise the legislative then the presidential elections.