Priority level or priority, in the Telecommunications Service Priority system, is the level that may be assigned to an NS/EP telecommunications service, which level specifies the order in which provisioning or restoration of the service is to occur relative to other NS/EP or non-NS/EP telecommunication services.
Priority levels authorized are designated (highest to lowest) "E," "1," "2," "3," "4," and "5" for provisioning and "1," "2," "3," "4," and "5" for restoration.
... As part of the scheduling, the processor gives a priority level to different processes running on the machine ... at the same time, the processor performs the jobs for the one with the higher priority ... There are six named priority levels Realtime High Above Normal Normal Below Normal Low These levels have associated numbers with them ...
... This defines the user’s priority ... The different priority levels are A and B Highest priority levels (not used by GSM-R networks) 0 Highest priority levels for ASCI and normal calls (mainly used for REC calls) 1 Lower priority than level 2 ... Lower ...
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