(Bilgisayar) Thread bilgisayar biliminde, bir programın kendini eş zamanlı birden fazla iş parçasına ayırabilmesinin bir yoludur. Thread ve işlem arasındaki fark bir işletim sisteminden diğerine değişmekle birlikte genel olarak thread oluşturuluşu ve kaynakları paylaşması açısından process'den ayrılır. Çoklu thread'ler paralel olarak pek çok bilgisayar sisteminde uygulanabilir. Tek işlemci kullanıldığı durumlarda çok thread' li uygulama zaman dilimleme ile gerçekleştirilir; tek işlemci faklı thread' lar arasında çok hızlı geçiş yapar ve bu durumda işlemler gerçekte olmasa bile eş zamanlı koşuluyormuş izlenimi verir. Çok işlemcili sistemlerde farklı thread' ler farklı işlemciler üzerinde eş zamanlı olarak çalışabilir
A thread is a task that runs concurrently with other tasks within a single executable file (e g , within a single MS-DOS EXE file) Unlike processes, threads have access to common data through global variables
to move or cause to move in a sinuous, spiral, or circular course; "the river winds through the hills"; "the path meanders through the vineyards"; "sometimes, the gout wanders through the entire body"
In Mach, the unit of CPU utilization A thread consists of a program counter, a set of registers, and a stack pointer Each thread has its own execution stack and is capable of independent input/output All threads share the virtual memory address space and communication rights of their task See also task
A thread is a multi-part virtual "conversation" on a given topic Threads can exist in Usenet newsgroups, on message boards, or in the form of a series of e-mails One or more threads can be active at any given time within a single topic Generally, the post which started the thread, is listed first, with responses from other participants following it, responding to either the original post or other people's responses Back to Top
- A small piece of programming that acts as an independent subset of a larger program, also called a "process" A multithreaded program can run much faster than a monolithic, or single-threaded, program because several, or even many, different tasks can be performed concurrently, rather than serially (sequentially) Also, threads within a single application can share resources and pass data back and forth between themselves
When you thread a needle, you put a piece of thread through the hole in the top of the needle in order to sew with it. I sit down, thread a needle, snip off an old button
If you pick up the threads of an activity, you start it again after an interruption. If you pick up the threads of your life, you become more active again after a period of failure or bad luck. Many women have been able to pick up the threads of their former career. Tightly twisted yarn consisting of several strands that has a circular cross-section and is used in commercial and home sewing machines and for hand sewing. Thread is usually wound on spools, with thread size (degree of fineness) indicated on the spool end. Cotton thread can be used with fabrics made from yarn of plant origin, such as cotton and linen, and with rayon (made from cellulose, a plant substance). Silk thread is suitable for silks and wools, both of animal origin. Nylon and polyester threads are appropriate for synthetics and for knits with a high degree of stretch
If you say that something is hanging by a thread, you mean that it is in a very uncertain state and is unlikely to survive or succeed. The fragile peace was hanging by a thread as thousands of hardliners took to the streets
The thread on a screw, or on something such as a lid or a pipe, is the raised spiral line of metal or plastic around it which allows it to be fixed in place by twisting. The screw threads will be able to get a good grip
In the Multitasking context, a thread is a task with low protection and isolation against other threads because they share memory and file handles Usually, a thread runs in the context of a process A crashing thread will not only die but cause all other threads of the same context to die as well
Smallest notion of execution in a process All MPI processes have one or more threads Multithreaded processes have one address space but each process thread contains its own counter, registers, and stack This allows rapid context switching because threads require little or no memory management
a fine cord of twisted fibers (of cotton or silk or wool or nylon etc ) used in sewing and weaving
If you thread your way through a group of people or things, or thread through it, you move through it carefully or slowly, changing direction frequently as you move. Slowly she threaded her way back through the moving mass of bodies We threaded through a network of back streets
A concurrent process that is part of a larger process or progra In a multitasking OS, a program may contain several threads, all running at the same time inside the same program This means that one part of a program can be making a calculation, while another part is drawing a graph or chart
A thread of something such as liquid, light, or colour is a long thin line or piece of it. A thin, glistening thread of moisture ran along the rough concrete sill
A topic or line of discussion in a LISTSERV or usenet news group Because of the distributed nature of these communications methods, multiple threads are going at once One feature of some news reader software is sorting out the articles into threads This is usually done on the basis of the "Subject" or "Title" the author has given to the article: if it starts out "RE: ", then the rest of the title is taken to be the thread title
a more or less continuous chain of postings on a single topic To "follow a thread" is to read a series of Usenet postings sharing a common subject or (more correctly) which are connected by Reference headers The better newsreaders can present news in thread order automatically
The basic unit of program execution A process can have several threads running concurrently, each performing a different job, such as waiting for events or performing a time-consuming job that the program doesn't need to complete before going on When a thread has finished its job, the thread is suspended or destroyed See also process
A list of continuous postings that deal with a common topic A thread is usually used in the context of newsgroups and listservs and usually contains a common or slowly evolving subject line
1) In programming, a thread is part of a program that executes independently of other parts of the program Operating systems that support multithreading allow programmers to develop programs that have threads executing concurrently 2) In online discussions, a series of messages that have been posted as replies to each other By reading each message in a thread, one after the other, you can see how the discussion has evolved You can start a new thread by posting a message that is not a reply to an earlier message
A thread is an ongoing discussion of related messages that grows from one particular posting
used in sewing and weaving pass through or into; "thread tape"; "thread film" remove facial hair by tying a fine string around it and pulling at the string; "She had her eyebrows threaded" pass a thread through; "thread a needle
A part of a process, such as an executing application, that can run as an object or an entity Threads of execution are basis of Windows NT's symmetrical multiprocessing capability See multiprocessing and SMP
To pass or pierce through as a narrow way; also, to effect or make, as one's way, through or between obstacles; to thrid
A subprocess that operates within the context of a process, sharing, for example, address space and global variables with other threads of the process The processor can switch quickly between threads, but care must be taken to protect threads from each other Switching between threads is generally faster than multitasking (switching between processes)
This term has many different meanings but the most common is with respect to E-mail and newsgroups where a thread is basically a series of messages or postings all related to the same topic
The thread of an argument, a story, or a situation is an aspect of it that connects all the different parts together. The thread running through many of these proposals was the theme of individual power and opportunity
A filament, as of a flower, or of any fibrous substance, as of bark; also, a line of gold or silver
thread on or as if on a string; "string pearls on a string"; "the child drew glass beads on a string"; "thread dried cranberries"
A group of messages in a Usenet newsgroup that all share the same subject and topic Most newsreaders will let you sort by thread, that is, group all the messages together so you can read or ignore all the messages about that topic depending on your interest
This term has many different meanings but the most common refers to e-mail and news groups A series of messages or postings all related to the same topic
The basic unit of program execution A process can have several threads running concurrently Each thread can be performing a different job, such as waiting for events or performing a time-consuming task that the program does not need to complete before the program continues Generally, when a thread has finished performing its task, the thread is suspended or destroyed
any long object resembling a thin line; "a mere ribbon of land"; "the lighted ribbon of traffic"; "from the air the road was a gray thread"; "a thread of smoke climbed upward"
Thread or a thread is a long very thin piece of a material such as cotton, nylon, or silk, especially one that is used in sewing. a tiny Nepalese hat embroidered with golden threads
the connections that link the various parts of an event or argument together; "I couldn't follow his train of thought"; "he lost the thread of his argument"
A series of user-generated posts that make up one particular topic or discussion
A series of messages with the same subject It consists of an original message and all the replies and replies to replies that follow Sometimes the replies will stray from the original subject, and this is called 'thread drift'
If you thread a long thin object through something, you pass it through one or more holes or narrow spaces. threading the laces through the eyelets of his shoes Instruments developed at the hospital allow doctors to thread microscopic telescopes into the digestive tract
A very small twist of flax, wool, cotton, silk, or other fibrous substance, drawn out to considerable length; a compound cord consisting of two or more single yarns doubled, or joined together, and twisted
If you thread small objects such as beads onto a string or thread, you join them together by pushing the string through them. Wipe the mushrooms clean and thread them on a string
(Mühendislik) Threading gauges, pictured on the right, are also referred to as pitch gauges and are used to measure the pitch or lead of screw threads. The uppermost gauge in the image is an ISO metric pitch gauge, the larger gauge in the center is for measuring the Acme Thread Form, and the lower gauge is for imperial screws
the number of threads per inch in each direction, with the warp mentioned first, and the fill second, (e g , a thread count of 20 x 10 means 20 threads per inch [25 4mm] in the warp and 10 threads per inch [25 4mm] in the fill direction)
Measured by counting the number of threads per inch in the woven fabric in both directions of the weave (these directions are referred to as warp and weft) Generally, the higher the thread count, the silkier and lighter the sheets
Object made typically of two sticks bound together in the shape of a cross, with coloured threads wound around their ends to resemble a cobweb, used in Tibetan magical rituals to entrap evil spirits. Similar devices have been found in South Africa, Peru, Australia, and Sweden. They vary from simple diamond shapes to complex wheel-or box-shaped combinations reaching 11 ft (3 m) high. They are often highly decorated, with wool, feather, and bits of paper
The portion of a screw composed of a helical or tapered structure used to convert between rotational and linear movement or force, presented as a curved line of solid material that wraps around the screw from the point to the base
Conversation threading is a feature used by many email clients, bulletin boards, newsgroups, and Internet forums in which the software aids the user by visually grouping messages. Messages are usually grouped in a hierarchy by topic, with any replies to a message arranged visually near to the original message. A set of messages grouped in this way is called a topic thread or simply a thread. A discussion forum, e-mail client or news client is said to have "threaded topics" or a "threaded mode" if messages can be grouped in this manner
Threading is simply a way that bulletin boards are set up to organize messages in an orderly manner A thread is a message and its reply The reply is categorized under the primary message as a reply or sub-message Threading is often used by instructors to conduct surveys: the instructor posts a question and students respond to this one question All the replies should be posted as messages, as replies to the question, under the primary category or link of the instructor's question This keeps the BB neat and orderly In WebCT, students Reply to a message simply by clicking on the navigation bar (Reply) at the top of the Message Window If instead, they click on Compose on the Main BB Menu, the messages they send will not be linked (not threaded) to the question they are responding to and will appear on the BB as separate and independent messages and not answers to the single question
Choosing a provisioning path for a service across the managed networks The following types of threading are available in Cisco Provisioning Center: Automatic (default): as defined by the Threader (every Resource Model includes a Threadera software component that calculates the optimal service path using a threading algorithm) Manual: overrides the Threader-defined (default) path; specified manually as a sequence of IDs of links to be used in the path Custom: a custom Java code that is invoked before the default threading algorithm
Damage to a cloth binding that takes the appearance of rough spots where the finish has been attacked by insects (usually cockroaches or silverfish) Binding cloth is usually sized with wheatpaste, which the insects love to eat Since the sizing was put there to fill and smooth the weave in the fabric, it's removal by voracious mandibles leaves it rough and coarse looking The individual threads of the fiber usually become quite evident, hence the euphemism which is infinitly less repellent than "Insect damaged" The recently seen phrase "biopredation", is another euphemism, though presumably much broader in scope than "threading"
[ 'thred ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English threed, þred, from Old English þrǽd, ðrǽd, from Proto-Germanic *þrēduz, from Proto-Indo-European *treh₁-tu-, from *terh₁- (“rub, twist”). Near cognates include German Draht, Icelandic þráður and Norwegian, Danish and Swedish tråd.
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