Did you by any chance mean synchronicity?
- n. uncountable The state of being asynchronous
- n. countable The extent to which something is asynchronous
“This is the whole timeline asynchronicity I've described in my Ponzi Scheme analysis Bev mentions above.”
“Synchronicity or asynchronicity on their own do very little to promote learning.”
“Other issue I have is with the design of the Load API where the attempt is made to hide the asynchronicity of the call.”
“The truck transporting the camper suffers mishaps of ever-increasing severity, and though the ostensible subject is once again technology and its failures, the film really deals with synchronicity and asynchronicity: Pumping a tire on the side of the road, Hulot bends his body with each stroke so that his butt regularly juts into traffic, and gaps between cars materialize exactly as needed.”
“Rainforest cloud frequency was negatively correlated with the degree of asynchronicity (ΔNDVI) between forest types, most strongly at a 1-month lag.”
“This is great for asynchronicity, not so great when everything you've ever said has gone down on your permanent record.”
“Furthermore, the advanced asynchronicity of the application makes things even worse: sometimes a scan triggered by previous calls starts with a great delay, eventually * after* the Waitable is created.”
“Due to its asynchronicity, the typical problems of synchronous processing can be avoided.”
“The asynchronicity happening within seconds is just mesmerizing.”
“Being able to keep up with my communications without being tied to my desk has been invaluable and I far prefer the asynchronicity of email to the interruption of telephone calls.”
Looking for tweets for asynchronicity.