synchronized, past tense; synchronizes, 3rd person singular present; synchronized, past participle; synchronises, 3rd person singular present; synchronising, present participle; synchronised, past tense; synchronised, past participle; synchronizing, present participle;
Cause to occur or operate at the same time or rate
soldiers used watches to synchronize movements
synchronize your hand gestures with your main points
Occur at the same time or rate
sometimes converging swells will synchronize to produce a peak
Adjust (a clock or watch) to show the same time as another
It is now 5:48. Synchronize watches
their version failed to synchronize with the police view
both media synchronize national interests with multinational scope
make synchronous and adjust in time or manner; "Let's synchronize our efforts"
happen at the same time
make (motion picture sound) exactly simultaneous with the action; "synchronize this film"
arrange or represent events so that they co-occur; "synchronize biblical events"
operate simultaneously; "The clocks synchronize"
cause to indicate the same time or rate; "synchronize your watches"
Synchronization is timekeeping which requires the coordination of events to operate a system in unison. The familiar conductor of an orchestra serves to keep the orchestra in time. Systems operating with all their parts in synchrony are said to be synchronous or in sync. ...
(Synchronization (computer science)) In computer science, synchronization refers to one of two distinct but related concepts: synchronization of processes, and synchronization of data. ...
(Synchronizing) In telecommunication, the term synchronizing has the following meanings: # Achieving and maintaining synchronism. # In fax, achieving and maintaining predetermined speed relations between the scanning spot and the recording spot within each scanning line.
(synchronization) The state or property of being synchronized; The arrangement of military actions in time, space, and purpose to produce maximum relative combat power at a decisive place and time; In the intelligence context, application of intelligence sources and methods in concert with the ...
(synchronized (adj)) Moving or occurring at the same time or rate
(Synchronized) A Service is synchronized if, when upon creation, the day of the Invoice Date was forced to be the same as the Account Invday and a prorated amount was billed if necessary. ...
(Synchronized) A very formal and specialized form of service that generally costs extra because extra labor is involved, this style has one server per dining guest. On cue, all meals are brought out at the same time, placed in front of each guest at the same time, and uncovered on cue. ...
(Synchronized) Two separate function speeds set to run at the same speed.
(Synchronized) swimming involves pairs or teams of swimmers performing moves such as boosts, lifts, twists and twirls.
(synchronized) Keyword that indicates that a method or block of code is not allowed to execute simultaneously within multiple threads.
The synchronized keyword is used in two related ways in Java: as a modifier and as a statement. First, it is a modifier applied to class or instance methods. ...
(Synchronization) chronobiological term used to indicate that two or more rhythms recur with the same phase relationship. In an EEG tracing, the term is used to indicate an increased amplitude with an occasional decreased frequency of the dominant activities.
(synchronization) The act of bringing two or more processes to known points in their execution at the same clock time. ...
(synchronization) Process of adjusting a receiving terminal or switch clock to match the transmitting system's master clock.
(Synchronization) The method of ensuring that the receiving end can recognize characters in order in which the transmitting end sends them in a serial data transmission is called synchronization. ...
(Synchronization) Frame formation in multi surveillance camera systems is started simultaneously by the process of synchronization, and there are differing ways this process can be achieved.
Synchronization is the process of copying files from one device to another (for example, from a palmtop to a desktop computer), and vice versa, so that the files (such as a calendar or address book) update each other with any new information entered into either device. ...
(Synchronization) Process of achieving the same timing relationship at the transmitter and the receiver in order that information can be correctly conveyed.
(Synchronization) In a paralleling application, synchronization is obtained when an incoming generator set is matched with and in step to the same frequency, voltage, and phase sequence as the operating power source.