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Synonyms for interrupt

Synonyms for interrupt

to stop suddenly, as a conversation, activity, or relationship

to interject remarks or questions into another's discourse

Synonyms for interrupt

a signal that temporarily stops the execution of a program so that another procedure can be carried out

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destroy the peace or tranquility of

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interfere in someone else's activity

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A risky method to allocate CPU to handling specific protocol process above the interrupt handler is Receive Packet Steering (RPS) ([14]).
Whereas the real-life chair didn't interrupt them so it was ignored.
If the handheld device remains in motion at normal operation mode, then accelerometer interrupt signal on INT1 pin keeps low.
Two other important findings emerged from this study: (1) people who started antiretroviral therapy at a higher CD 4 count above 500 through 8 years of treatment, and (2) people who did not interrupt treatment and always had a viral load below 1000 copies after 6 months of therapy had the best overall responses.
Using Burke's 1991 Identity Theory conceptualization, this paper explores how the unique context of prison interrupts the paternal identity confirmation process, which subsequently affects familial relationships and reconnection.
When an interrupt was received in the low-level driver, the test read the processor time-stamp counter (TSC).
What factors could interrupt servicing after the sale is made?
Operating systems typically use the same interrupt mechanisms to control both network processing and traditional I/O devices, yet many new applications can generate packets several orders of magnitude more often than a disk can generate seeks.
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If the compiler forgets to save even a single register, it may be overwritten by the interrupt routine and potentially crash the entire program.
In a storage system built from general-purpose microprocessors, each step is performed sequentially and requires an interrupt service routine to be invoked.
For example, if your nadir was less than 200, but your count rose to 500 after you started HIV drugs, your count will likely drop quickly if you interrupt treatment.
The microbe, Bacillus anthracis, produces a molecular complex that's called lethal toxin known to interrupt a cascade of signals inside macrophages, the immune cells that envelop and destroy bacteria (SN: 5/9/98, p.
The new RTOS, which now supports PowerPC, ARM, MIPS, and XScale processors, features full memory protection and guaranteed resource availability, yet still delivers sub-200-nsec interrupt response and sub-microsecond context switching (as measured on a 233-MHz processor).
All too often, the method of compilation wastes CPU cycles on interrupt routines and, in devices with banked memory, on locating addresses in memory.