Higher Priority

Some articles on priority, higher priority:

Baloot - Starting The Game
... of taking the public card, players "buy" the public card, priority goes to the player on the right of the dealer, then the front player (teammate) and then the player on the left, the person with the least priority ... took the public card as Sun, then only the person with the higher priority can take the card ... buy it over him even if they were of a higher priority ...
Stack (abstract Data Type) - Applications - Expression Evaluation and Syntax Parsing - Evaluation of Infix Expression Which Is Not Fully Parenthesized
... By implementing the priority rule for operators, we have a solution to this problem ... The Priority rule we should perform a comparative priority check if an operator is read, and then push it ... If the stack top contains an operator of priority higher than or equal to the priority of the input operator, then we pop it and print it ...
Scheduling Algorithms - Scheduling Disciplines - Fixed Priority Pre-emptive Scheduling
... The OS assigns a fixed priority rank to every process, and the scheduler arranges the processes in the ready queue in order of their priority ... Lower priority processes get interrupted by incoming higher priority processes ... Waiting time and response time depend on the priority of the process ...

Famous quotes containing the words higher priority, priority and/or higher:

    Our first line of defense in raising children with values is modeling good behavior ourselves. This is critical. How will our kids learn tolerance for others if our hearts are filled with hate? Learn compassion if we are indifferent? Perceive academics as important if soccer practice is a higher priority than homework?
    Fred G. Gosman (20th century)

    Weekend planning is a prime time to apply the Deathbed Priority Test: On your deathbed, will you wish you’d spent more prime weekend hours grocery shopping or walking in the woods with your kids?
    Louise Lague (20th century)

    The higher a man stands, the more the word “vulgar” becomes unintelligible to him.
    John Ruskin (1819–1900)