concurrently running

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  • A large hospital running VistA can have thousands of concurrently running user processes.
  • This allows the user to identify and manage several concurrently running programs.
  • This marked the first time the current Tony Award-winning Best Musical was presented in movie theaters while concurrently running on Broadway.
  • A critical problem in deploying distributed systems is monitoring and debugging concurrently running processes.
  • Students may participate in more than one sport including football, basketball, track, cross country, tennis, baseball, and golf, as well as other extracurricular activities concurrently running.
  • ScriptX supported multi-threading but not multiprocessing, and offered scripting control of lower level operating system features such as events and concurrently running threads.
  • Its creators purposely avoided saying anything about the functionality of the software being developed, and concentrated on the real-time control and interface definitions between concurrently running processes.
  • It is possible to add an index to a table and have concurrently running transactions update the same table without any transaction lock contention whatsoever.
  • However, they are allowed to (but don't have to) place some or all of the PR candidates concurrently running in a single-member district on the same position on their PR list.
  • D-Bus is a free and open-source inter-process communication (IPC) system, allowing multiple, concurrently-running computer programs (processes) to communicate with one another.
  • In mathematics and computer science, a history monoid is a way of representing the histories of concurrently running computer processes as a collection of strings, each string representing the individual history of a process.
  • In the 1950s, Ikutaro Kakehashi repaired electronic organs and created new prototype organs while concurrently running an electrical appliance shop.
  • The Sacramento Film Festival started its life as the Sacramento Festival of Cinema, making it the oldest concurrently running all-genre film screening event in the Sacramento region.
  • In 2005, a concurrently running and cycling Kid's Duathlon put on by Eppie's Great Race was introduced to area youth.
  • All applications in CS4 featured the same user interface, with a new tabbed interface for working with concurrently running Adobe CS4 programs where multiple documents can be opened inside multiple tabs contained in a single window.
  • Movie "clearing" or blocking occurs when rival theatres, usually multiplexes, invoke agreements with distribution houses to exclude a nearby theatre from ever concurrently running the same films that are running on any of their screens.
  • Series creator Stirling Silliphant's concurrently running drama, Naked City (1958-1963), also followed this semi-anthology format.
  • They aim to achieve some degree of temporal isolation across the concurrently running VMs, at the various critical levels of scheduling: CPU scheduling, network scheduling and disk scheduling.
  • A number of stores concurrently running as Save-On-Foods formerly operated under the Overwaitea brand, founded in 1915 and purchased by Pattison in 1968.
  • In summary, any single global transaction can participate simultaneously in databases that may employ each any, possibly different, CO variant (while concurrently running processes in each such database, and running concurrently with local and other global transactions in each such database).
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