pre emption

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Englisch - Türkisch
şufa hakkı
satınalmada öncelik hakkı
önce satın alma hakkı
preemption
önalım hakkı
preemption
(Bilgisayar) Yerine getirilmekte olan bir görevin, işlemin daha sonra devam ettirilmek düşüncesiyle yarıda kesilmesi, duraklatılması
preemption
{i} herkesten önce satın alma hakkı, önalım hakkı; önalım
preemption
satınalmada öncelik hakkı
preemption
satın alma öncelik
preemption
önce satınalma hakkı
preemption
şufa hakkı
Englisch - Englisch

Definition von pre emption im Englisch Englisch wörterbuch

preemption
The purchase of public land by the occupant
preemption
The temporary interruption of a task without its cooperation and with the intention of resuming it at a later time
preemption
The displacement of a lower jurisdiction's laws when they conflict with those of a higher jurisdiction
preemption
the right or act of purchasing before others
preemption
{n} a right of buying before another
pre-emption right
(Emlak) A pre-emption right is a right to acquire certain property in preference to any other person. It usually refers to property newly coming into existence; a right to acquire existing property in preference to any other person is usually referred to as a right of first refusal
pre-emption
the right of a government to seize or appropriate something (as property)
pre-emption
the right to purchase something in advance of others
pre-emption
A federal agency voiding a local ordinance or state law, asserting that the federal government, not the state or locality, has ultimate jurisdiction on the matter
pre-emption
interruption of execution of process or thread during time-sharing execution before its time-slice has expired in order to context switch to another process or thread which has been given execution priority over it
pre-emption
a prior appropriation of something; "the preemption of bandwidth by commercial interests"
pre-emption
a judicial principle which states that certain federal laws apply over certain state laws
pre-emption
the judicial principle asserting the supremacy of federal over state legislation on the same subject
pre-emption
Involuntary switching of a CPU from one task to another User-space is pre-empted by interrupts, which can then either return to the process, or schedule another process (a process switch will also occur when the process "voluntarily" gives up the CPU by e g waiting for a disk block in kernel mode) Kernel mode tasks are never pre-empted (except by interrupts) - they are guaranteed use of the CPU until they sleep or yield the CPU Some kernel code runs with interrupts disabled, meaning nothing except an NMI can interrupt the execution of the code
preemption
the judicial principle asserting the supremacy of federal over state legislation on the same subject
preemption
The act of suspending the execution of one thread and starting (or resuming) another The suspended thread is said to have been "preempted" by the new thread In QNX, whenever a lower-priority thread is actively consuming the CPU, and a higher-priority thread becomes READY, the lower-priority thread is immediately preempted by the higher-priority thread
preemption
A legal concept whereby certain federal laws are deemed to supersede state laws concerning the same subject matter
preemption
the right to purchase something in advance of others the right of a government to seize or appropriate something (as property) the judicial principle asserting the supremacy of federal over state legislation on the same subject
preemption
U.S. policy that allowed the first settlers, or squatters, on public land to buy the land they had improved. Since improved land, coveted by speculators, was often priced too high for squatters to buy at auction, temporary preemptive laws allowed them to acquire it without bidding. The Pre-Emption Act (1841) gave squatters the right to buy 160 acres at $1.25 per acre before the land was auctioned. The Homestead Act (1862) made preemption an accepted part of U.S. land policy. See also Homestead Movement
preemption
If a process becomes ready to execute and it has a higher priority than the currently executing process, the “new” process preempts the current process That is, the operating system saves the current process's context and switches to the context of the higher-priority process See also process state transition
preemption
a prior appropriation of something; "the preemption of bandwidth by commercial interests"
preemption
{i} right of purchase before anyone else; acquisition before others; tenure, right of possession
preemption
The act of interrupting a currently running program in order to give time to another task
preemption
Reselling Of Reports Subpoenas Underwriting Insurance Willful
preemption
the right to purchase something in advance of others
preemption
A feature of the HUD Code which states that it may not be modified in any way by local or state building codes The HUD Code preempts all other building codes with regard to manufactured housing
preemption
  The seizure, usually automatic, of military system facilities that are being used to serve a lower precedence call in order to serve immediately a higher precedence call   (188)
preemption
The purchase of something before it is offered for sale to others
preemption
In general, the doctrine that certain matters, either implicitly or by explicit expression of Congress, are of such a national, as opposed to local, character, that Federal laws supercede or take precedence over State laws ERISA has a very broad explicit preemption of any State law that "relates to" an employee benefit plan, whether or not the State law conflicts with ERISA (ERISA §514(a), 29 USC 1144(a))
preemption
An abrupt removal of a previously scheduled infomercial (or any) broadcast It happens most often for a breaking news story
preemption
When a regularly scheduled program is replaced by special programming, the regular program is said to have been preempted
preemption
the right of a government to seize or appropriate something (as property)
pre emption

    Türkische aussprache

    pri empşın

    Aussprache

    /ˈprē ˈempsʜən/ /ˈpriː ˈɛmpʃən/

    Etymologie

    (prefix.) Middle English, from Old French & Latin; Old French, from Latin prae-, from prae in front of, before; more at FOR.

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