round robin


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round robin

A continuously repeating sequence, such as the polling of a series of terminals, one after the other, over and over again. To cycle through open applications round robin means that each app is displayed one after the other. See round robin DNS.
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He said: "There are potential flaws with round robins but in hurling, where you have five teams in a group and three are fighting for the quarter-finals or better and two are trying to avoid relegation, there'll be no dead rubbers there and every game will count.
I am not as grateful as perhaps I should be when this missive drops through my letterbox because there's something about round robins that I find both disturbing and yet deeply fascinating.
Racing in round robin two will begin following the ETNZ vs Artemis match.
True, a round robin format means that the top players are showcased at least three times during the week-long tournament, which is theoretically a draw for the crowds.
The top eight teams at the end of the round robin will advance to the quarters with the top-four ranked sides playing at home.
The eBook Boutique will reportedly be the online retailer for all Harlequin Mini and Mini Round Robin eBooks.
According to the cTnI Committee Chair, Stephen Kahn, PhD, DABCC, FACB, the committee will conduct a third and final round robin in 2004.
Then the round robin starts over again with the first NID after the last NID port in the group is used.
The round robin letter I most enjoyed came from a friend with a suicidal daughter-in-law and children who are about to fail their exams or to pack in work to start a rock band.
1) For complete analysis of test data in round robin test program see Rubber and Plastics News, August 30, 1993.
In the round robin session, the top four countries out of 10 can advance to the semifinals.