[kuh n-kur-uh ns, -kuhr-] /kənˈkɜr əns, -ˈkʌr-/
the act of .
accordance in opinion; agreement:
With the concurrence of several specialists, our doctor recommended surgery.
cooperation, as of agents or causes; combined action or effort.
simultaneous occurrence; coincidence:
the concurrence of several unusual events.
Geometry. a point that is in three or more lines simultaneously.
Law. a power equally held or a claim shared equally.
Archaic. competition; rivalry.
the act of concurring
agreement in opinion; accord; assent
cooperation or combination
simultaneous occurrence; coincidence
(geometry) a point at which three or more lines intersect
early 15c., from Old French concurrence (14c.) or directly from Medieval Latin concurrentia “a running together,” from concurrens, present participle of concurrere (see concur).
[kuh n-kur-uh nt, -kuhr-] /kənˈkɜr ənt, -ˈkʌr-/ adjective 1. occurring or existing simultaneously or side by side: concurrent attacks by land, sea, and air. 2. acting in conjunction; cooperating: the concurrent efforts of several legislators to pass the new law. 3. having equal authority or jurisdiction: two concurrent courts of law. 4. accordant or agreeing: […]
- Concurrent c
1. An extension of C with rendezvous-based concurrency. Versions for most Unix systems are available commercially from AT&T. [“Concurrent C”, N.H. Gehani et al, Soft Prac & Exp 16(9):821-844 (1986)]. [“The Concurrent C Programming Language”, N. Gehani et al, Silicon Press 1989]. (1994-11-11) 2. An extension of C with asynchronous message passing. [“Concurrent C: A […]
- Concurrent clean
language An alternative name for Clean 1.0. (1995-11-08)
- Concurrent clu
Hamilton, 1984. [“Preserving Abstraction in Concurrent Programming”, R. Cooper et al, IEEE Trans Soft Eng SE-14(2):258-263 (Feb 1988)].
- Concurrent constraint programming
language (CCP) Not a language, but a general approach. [Details?] (2001-11-01)