Similar words: collision, vision, envision, division, derision, revision, decision, provision. Meaning: [ɪ'lɪʒn] n. 1. omission of a sound between two words (usually a vowel and the end of one word or the beginning of the next) 2. a deliberate act of omission.
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1. It was then but an intellectual elision to view abstraction as the purest of all styles, since it depicted nothing at all.
2. Elision is a closely related subject, and in considering intonation the difference between strong and weak syllables is also important.
3. The elision of the divisions between high art and popular culture is one of the much-vaunted ambitions of postmodernism.
4. One such optimization is known as lock elision.
5. Is (31) this elision the same thing as repression?
6. In addition to escape analysis and lock elision, Mustang has some other optimizations for locking performance as well.
7. This optimization is called lock elision and is another of the JVM optimizations slated for Mustang.
7. Sentencedict.com try its best to gather and make good sentences.
8. On the surface it looks as though lock elision allows us to write thread safe code without any synchronization penalty for using in cases where it really wasn't needed.
9. But the way Rembrandt's nose is worked should equally provide a corrective to rhetoric or elision in the writing on bureaucracy.
10. I was hoping that escape analysis combined with lock elision would have a much greater influence than it did.
11. I had to use ctrl-z many times in my editor to revert from a version where I thought elision was working and then for some reason, it just didn't work anymore.
12. From this work we now have adaptive spinning, biased locking and two forms of lock elimination known as lock coarsening, lock elision.
13. Best guess why: some lock-related optimizations (such as lock elision or lock biasing) failed to kick in (see Resources).
14. To handle long functions, we collapse large blocks by default, using vertical elision.
15. Finally I came to recognize that there seems to be some relation between the enabling of lock elision and the data size of the locked object.
16. While all of the lock acquisitions will be uncontended and therefore fast, the compiler can actually eliminate the synchronization entirely using lock elision.
17. If the compiler cannot eliminate the locking using lock elision, it may be able to reduce the overhead by using lock coarsening.
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