concurrency


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agreement of results or opinions

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acting together, as agents or circumstances or events

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Concurrency selected Extreme's robust networking portfolio, which encompasses wired and wireless, as well as sought after SDN capabilities that Concurrency needed to deploy a secure, high-speed network.
As regards his party's position regarding this issue, Larayedh pointed out that "the concurrency of the two elections will serve the country's interest.
The problems stem partly from the fact that there appears to be no agreed definition of what is meant by concurrency or how it should be interpreted and applied.
The book is broadly organized into chapters on creational, structural and behavioral design patterns with plenty of specific examples and code analysis, and sections on high-level concurrency and networking, extending, and Tkinter interactive and OpenGL 3D graphics.
The HIV prevalence (dependent variable) and risk factors (independent variables: prevalence of concurrency, multiple sexual partners in the preceding year, circumcision, and condom utilisation) were calculated for each language group.
We are now going through another cycle" where concurrency has fallen out of favor--with the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter as the cautionary tale--and fixed-price contracting is back in vogue.
The study found that mean lifetime number of partners of men in the immediate local community was predictive of risk of HIV acquisition in women, whereas a high prevalence of partnership concurrency in the same local community was not associated with any increase in risk of HIV acquisition.
Many people within the defense acquisition community argue that high levels of design/ build concurrency ultimately lead to cost growth, as it implicitly creates a greater level of risk.
Application of concurrency to system design (ACSD 2010); proccedings.
Concurrency in a weapons program--the actual production of the weapons system while some portions of the design are still being completed--has been a topic of debate for decades.
Results of multivariate analyses revealed an association between concurrency and elevated odds of high-risk HPV for Hispanic women, but the relationship was reversed for black women and was nonsignificant for Asians.
The critics, writing in the journals AIDS and Behavior and The Lancet, argue that researchers lack a precise definition of concurrency or a standard way to measure it, and that the data do not show a significant association between concurrency and either HIV incidence or prevalence.
Bellingham's transportation planning program received top honors last week, winning the 2009 American Planning Association/Planning Association of Washington award for Transportation Planning in Washington State, for the city's Multimodal Transportation Concurrency Program, adopted by City Council in Dec.
Thus, they have said that more research is needed to prove that the sexual practice of concurrency has accelerated the spread of HIV in Africa.
2) The act recedes from some of the requirements of the 2005 growth management legislation, while creating exemptions from state-mandated transportation concurrency mandates and all development of regional impact (DRI) review for "dense urban land areas" (DULAs) that contain the majority of the state's population in an effort to spur economic development.