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On other sources, it is given that we need to assign high priorities to newly inserted element in case of stack otherwise low priority to newly inserted element in case of queue. My doubt here is that shouldn't  stack be implemented with max-heap priority queue and queue with min-heap priority queue keeping above assumption of assigning priorities to newly inserted element?
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If priority of an element is directly proportional to the arrival time of an element then yes you can implement stack with max-heap priority queue and queue with min-heap priority queue.

Since Stack follows LIFO(Last In First Out) order, the greater the arrival time, the greater will be the priority and hence you can emulate LIFO, just by using priorities. Similar logic applies for FIFO data structure queue.

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arrival time doesnot depending on priority of a process
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in case of priority queue elements can be ordered by time insertion
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No the arrival time does not depend on priority but its the other way round as clearly mentioned.

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