multiuser system

multiuser system

[¦məl·tē¦yü·zər ′sis·təm]
(computer science)
A computer system with multiple terminals, enabling several users, each at their own terminal, to use the computer.
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Sintelix is a highly capable system able to operate as a server-based multiuser system for information extraction and advanced search.
Telecommunications will be the fastest-growing industry, increasing its multiuser system revenues at a CAGR of 18% from $1.
Because any NAS device is a network-attached, multiuser system, security features are a crucial component.
There are four possibilities: a dedicated single-user system, a nondedicated single-user system, a dedicated multiuser system, and a nondedicated multiuser system.
PWARE is a multiuser system with both an unlimited terminal-based server and a per-seat Microsoft(R) Windows(R) Client Server based front end.
It maintains superior performance for departmental and small business computing as a multiuser system, network file server or application server.
To increase the efficiency of grain handling, UGG wanted to move to a multiuser system with a database that elevator managers could browse for farm products, prices and delivery dates.
maker of 32-bit Intel-based, multiuser system software for THEOS and DOS environments, announced that its product line now supports Distributed Processing Technology's SmartCache III PM2021 ISA-to-SCSI host adapter.
The Series 900, which incorporates Motorola's MC88110 microprocessor, can be employed as a multiuser system supporting more than 1,000 users, or as servers in a distributed environment.
Using a hands-on approach, he describes channel models and modes, multicarrier systems, multiple access systems, diversity and multiplexing gain in open-loop MIMO systems, optimal design in closed-loop MIMO systems, an innovative methods of space-time coding for flat-fading channels as well as for frequency-selective channels and multiuser systems.
The report provides coverage of multiuser systems, single-user systems, personal computers, the data communications equipment market, packaged software, and IT services markets.