probe] be S's enqueue
and probe operations respectively.
1) If a is a leaf node, the for-loop at line 11 enqueues
all objects with a distance from q of at least [d.
A fragment of an atomic delayed class Queue with the obvious delays for enqueue
and dequeue reads as follows:
These queues must support a get-length operation in addition to enqueue
and dequeue, which slightly complicates their implementation.
It generally is more expensive for an MM to enqueue
a request and subsequently for an RC to dequeue it, than simply to send the request directly from MM to RC.
Consider a queue which is manipulated using enqueue
and dequeue transactions (which deal with one element).
For example, a bounded buffer which is full cannot service requests to enqueue
Server applications can use the JMS API transparently to enqueue
SOAP requests, and dequeue SOAP replies.
If the final flow equations do not change for all nodes in the SCC, there is no need to enqueue
its successor SCCs.
The HP Somersault solution minimizes the chance that the SAP Enqueue
Service, which centrally manages the details of a transaction within an SAP environment, will be the location of a system-wide single point of failure -- protecting the system from hardware failures, operator errors and transient software faults.
The basic operations on a priority queue are enqueue
and dequeue (sometimes called insert and delete-min).
et a hold operation refer to a dequeue followed immediately by an enqueue
Typically, one task would call an Enqueue
entry while a different task would call a Dequeue entry.
Three ProLiant 5000s acted as update servers and one ProLiant 5000 was used as the message and enqueue
One machine was used as the enqueue
and message server and employed 4 CPUs and 4 GB of main memory.