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Serial Processing

 

Literally doing one thing after another. Generally Serial Processing is meant to indicate that one computer job must be completed before the next can begin and a queuing system is used, coupled with priority flags to indicate when a particular job request will be processed.

The most common example of serial processing is printing - especially when shared by several users.


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