multivolume


Also found in: Dictionary.

multivolume

Multiple, independent entities that reside on the same disk or cartridge. For example, using software that supports the feature, a CD-R disc can be recorded in multiple sessions that are retrieved independently of each other and not linked as one. See multisession.
Copyright © 1981-2019 by The Computer Language Company Inc. All Rights reserved. THIS DEFINITION IS FOR PERSONAL USE ONLY. All other reproduction is strictly prohibited without permission from the publisher.
References in periodicals archive ?
This multivolume set is basically for high school and public libraries audiences, designed to provide readers with an overview of contemporary customs and life in Africa through discussions of key concepts and topics that touch everyday life among the nations' peoples.
ZCC Allocation Director also provides policies for scratch, multivolume, and unit-affinity requests to the zVT.
Siebeck wanted Troeltsch to be one of the major editors of the multivolume Religion in Geschichte und Gegenwart, and he frequently wrote him for advice on potential submissions and collaborators (100, 109-10, 139-41).
These writings come together for the first time in one place in Motoring West, which documents the very first years of automobile usage and contributes to a planned multivolume series on the subject.
USDA maintains a library of about 200 cooperative publications and videos, ranging from broad topics--such as "How to Start a Cooperative" and "Co-ops 101"--to more technical reports, such as a multivolume set of reports on tax laws for cooperatives.
In the two short works Sacred Scripture and White Horse, he provides the spiritual theory behind the verse-by-verse analysis found in his multivolume works Secrets of Heaven and Revelation Unveiled.
The result of their efforts will become the multivolume edition covering all periods of history of Uzbekistan.
Picasso, it seems, was fond of carrying around a rusty Browning revolver "and is credited with firing off several shots at the Lapin Agile in exasperation with several Germans intent on extracting aesthetic theories from him." Proust obsessed over details for his multivolume masterpiece, visiting the countryside to study trees in bloom while "carefully keeping a closed car window between him and the cut branches he admired, to prevent them from bringing on an asthma attack."
She organizes the books by characteristics that attract readers--story, character, setting, language, and mood/tone--then sublists ranging from true crime stories to family sagas to multivolume sets.
In this multivolume series about bad guys of all types, readers learn about some of the most notorious people in history.
Acclaimed science fiction fantasy author Brandon Sanderson penned the final three volumes of Robert Jordan's The Wheel of Time series (1990-2013) as well as his own multivolume Mistborn series (2006-2008) and Alcatraz series (2007-2010).