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/ˈdedˌläk/,
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deadlocks, plural;
  1. Cause (a situation or opposing parties) to come to a point where no progress can be made because of fundamental disagreement
    • - the jurors were deadlocked on six charges
  2. Cause (a contest or game) to be in a tie
    • - with the score still deadlocked at three-three
  3. Secure (a door) with a deadlock

Noun
  1. A situation, typically one involving opposing parties, in which no progress can be made
    • - an attempt to break the deadlock

  1. a situation in which no progress can be made or no advancement is possible; "reached an impasse on the negotiations"
  2. (deadlocked) at a complete standstill because of opposition of two unrelenting forces or factions; "the chess game ended with white stalemated"; "the two factions are deadlocked over fringe benefits"
  3. A deadlock is a situation wherein two or more competing actions are each waiting for the other to finish, and thus neither ever does. It is often seen in a paradox like the "chicken or the egg".
  4. *Frankie Riester - male vocals *Alex Jehs - guitars, keyboards, backing vocals *Heribert Rother - drums, percussion *Uwe Grochowski - bass, backing vocals *Steffen Lohrmann - keyboards, backing vocals
  5. "Deadlock" is the eighteenth episode in the fourth season of the reimagined Battlestar Galactica. It aired on television in the United States and Canada.
  6. In game theory, Deadlock is a game where the action that is mutually most beneficial is also dominant. (An example payoff matrix for Deadlock is pictured to the right.) This provides a contrast to the Prisoner's Dilemma where the mutually most beneficial action is dominated. ...
  7. Deadlock is a German melodic death metal band from Schwarzenfeld, Bavaria, Germany. In 2010 they supported Lacuna Coil.
  8. Deadlock is a detective novel by sara Paretsky told in the first person by private eye (Vick) V. I. Warshawski. Vic goes to the Chcigo port to find out about her cousin Boom Boom's death. She believes thatBoom Boom was killed. ...
  9. A standstill resulting from the opposition of two evenly matched forces; a stalemate or impasse; An inability to continue due to two programs or devices each requiring a response from the other before completing an operation; to cause or to come to a deadlock
  10. (Deadlocking) The turn of a key in a lock which makes the lock inoperable without the key
  11. (7 Deadlocks) 1 System Model 2 Deadlock Characterization 3 Methods for Handling Deadlocks 4 Deadlock Prevention 5 Deadlock Avoidance 6 Deadlock Detection 7 Recovery from Deadlock 8 Combined Approach to Deadlock Handling 9 Summary * Exercises * Bibliographic Notes
  12. (n.) A situation in which each possible activity is blocked, waiting on some other activity that is also blocked. If a directed graph represents how activities depend on others, then deadlock arises if and only if there is a cycle in this graph. See also dependence graph.
  13. A condition in which two independent threads of control are blocked, each waiting for the other to take some action. Deadlock often arises from adding synchronization mechanisms to avoid race conditions.
  14. Unresolved contention for the use of a resource.
  15. An error condition common in parallel programming in which the computation has stalled because a group of UEs are blocked and waiting for each other in a cyclic configuration.
  16. When a complaint has been raised with a telecommunications company and has come to the end of the company's internal complaints procedure without being resolved, or when it's been six weeks or more since the customer contacted the company and the customer still doesn’t have a resolution they are ...
  17. A lock in which the bolt is fixed in its locked position such that the bolt cannot be pushed back into the lock using normal pressure.
  18. a state in which progress halts due to intransigent or inexorable opposition; as a stalemate or impasse, standstill or dead-end, at loggerheads or discontinuance; see MEXICAN STANDOFF. ...
  19. Special case of stalemate in which all moves are physically blocked.
  20. occurs when two or more threads are waiting for resources that are occupied by one another. This often causes computers to freeze.
  21. A situation that arises when two threads each acquires the lock to one of a set of resources that they both need.
  22. An impasse that results when two or more transactions have locked a common resource, and each waits for the other to unlock that resource. (12)
  23. A type of door lock employing a dead bolt.
  24. Occurs when neither side in a negotiation will make a concession.