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Definition of "interleaving" [interleaving]

  • Present participle of interleave. (verb)
  • The action of interleaving (noun)
  • Data that has undergone this action (noun)

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Use "interleaving" in a sentence
  • "The technical details aren't so important now, as isosynchronous Ethernet is obsolete, but the idea of interleaving voice and data on a common wire was, for it led to the development of the first commercially useful VoIP product, the Internet PhoneJACK."
  • "Also if they were omnicognisant they would realise that at the very least some kind of interleaving rather than moving forward as a Spartan phalanx admittedly with tuting rather than point spear death then the whole thing would work so much better."
  • ""The effects of design techniques such as interleaving, write buffering and prioritized handling are comprehensively analyzed using a prototype implementation.""