Queue may refer to:
- Queue area, where a line of people wait. The line of people is the queue.
- Queue (hairstyle), a Chinese pigtail (or ponytail), is also known as a queue
- Queueing theory, the study of waiting lines
In computer science:
- Queue (data structure), in computing is an abstract data type
- Deque or Double Ended queue
- Priority queue
- Circular queue
- Message queue
- E-Mail queue, used by SMTP e-mail servers to process incoming and outgoing e-mail into a FIFO buffer, or placing deferred mail into a non-linear waiting buffer
- Load (computing) or queue, system load of a computer's operating system
- ACM Queue, a computer magazine
Other articles related to "queue":
... If own request is at the head of the queue and all replies have been received, enter critical section ... Other processes After receiving a request, enter the request in the request queue (ordered by time stamps) and reply with a time stamp ... message, remove the corresponding request from the request queue ...
... The ride's queue was originally designed to match the name and theme of the ride ... of the design was to occupy patrons as they waited in the queue through both visual and physical stimuli such as theatrical lighting and shaking floors ... At a point prior to 2008, the queue line was switched with the exit ramp resulting in patrons lining up on the ramp that wraps around the building, and exiting through the deactivated ...
... The queue winds through a recreation of the Chinese Theatre lobby past glass display cases containing actual costumes, props, and set pieces from various films ... The queue then takes guests into a small pre-show theatre where guests view a series of condensed film trailers for the various films that are featured ... The queue line ends at a pair of automatic doors at the front of the theatre that lead into a 1930s era Hollywood soundstage where guests are loaded ...
... The exterior queue line consists of mock razor wire fences and various large torture implements rusting on the ground (most of which come from the films) ... The queue travels around the back of the warehouse and then into the building itself ... Above the queue, a body is seen tangled in barbed wire (referencing the first Saw), before the queue goes into the station ...
Famous quotes containing the word queue:
“English people apparently queue up as a sort of hobby. A family man might pass a mild autumn evening by taking the wife and kids to stand in the cinema queue for a while and then leading them over for a few minutes in the sweetshop queue and then, as a special treat for the kids, saying Perhaps weve time to have a look at the Number Thirty-One bus queue before we turn in.”
—Calvin Trillin (b. 1940)