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In highly automated devices, deadlock is a case that occurs when no system can permit its event which may give irrelevant economic losses. A process can request or release resources that are either available or are on hold by others. If a process requesting a resource is not available at any time, then that process enters into the waiting state. But if a waiting state is not converted into its present state, it enters more than two processes are having an indefinite waiting state. The proposeddoi:10.11591/ijeecs.v24.i3.pp1596-1603 fatcat:twuzv5kbqrcazg2xyerz3fafty