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FIFO

phr. first in, first out; the first items placed in the stack are the first items to be retrieved. (see also GIGO, LIFO.) Oh, I thought this thing was FIFO, and I put the stuff in the wrong order.
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Perhaps realistic previews of expectations for extended absences of parent or spouse could assist FIFO and other NRW families.
FIFO has also been the subject of inquiries and investigations by various levels of government and government agencies in Australia.
However, it appears the majority of posters were female, and either living with or married to a man employed in a FIFO working arrangement.
Ha: Companies whose inventories are perishable use FIFO.
But simply getting rid of the conformity rule isn't enough because FIFO still leaves financial statement users without full information about the results of management's purchasing and marketing activities.
Next, we prove that crash failures and reliable FIFO links can drive the nodes to arbitrary states in Section 9.
Urgent components in non-pre-emptive priority: ten independent replications Maximum Average Average WIP number waiting number Rule inventory waiting time (hrs) waiting Throughput FIFO 37 40 105 32 113 39 42 110 39 113 41 47 116 37 119 41 52 102 36 116 37 50 115 40 113 38 44 104 36 123 36 42 112 40 119 37 50 104 40 115 38 42 122 40 101 40 37 130 41 115
By continuing to use FIFO, the cooperative fulfills their responsibility to the older patrons by returning the capital which has been held for many years.
The new FIFOs are available for sampling today in 209-ball BGA package of 14mm x 22mm x 1.
Discussion of FIFO tends to include Drive In Drive Out (DIDO) and Bus In Bus Out (BIBO).
The patented injection unit FIFO A is completely redesigned as well, and is now presented under the name FIFO-Advanced.
FIFO earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization and LIFO charge (FIFO EBITDA) tumbled 12% to $31.
This multi-queue family of FIFOs are based on a new industry architecture that combines high-speed queuing logic with an embedded FIFO memory core.
For FIFO taxpayers, payments made (or received) for floor stocks taxes generally are included in cost of goods sold (and not in ending inventory), because the goods physically held on the floor stocks date to which the payments relate usually do not remain in ending inventory.
This function is significantly more complicated than a repeater since the recovered data must be stored in an add/drop FIFO synchronously to the recovered clock and pulled out of the FIFO timed to the local reference clock.