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- adj. intertwined; connected at multiple points or levels
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of interconnect.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. having internal connections between parts.
- adj. operating as a unit.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. reciprocally connected
- adj. operating as a unit
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Online and mobile initiatives also are part of what he calls an "interconnected retail" road map that aims to attract shoppers when and where they want to buy.
If hypothesizing that quantum effects are interconnected is considered an "extraordinary claim".
Obviously, I am suggesting something like the realization that everything in interconnected both in space and time.
Esther Dyson comments on the changes that WiFi-connected bloggers are making at conferences -- what does it do to a talk (or, by extension, to any instruction), if the audience in interconnected and conversing and commenting while the speaker flaps his gums?
As it turned out, however, none of Lehman's largest counterparties failed-so much for the idea that the financial market is "interconnected" - but all market participants now realized they had to know the true financial condition of their counterparties.
I had the idea of interconnected stories moving across time, with some characters appearing in different stories at different points in their lives.
I've been ruminating over writing a post about the the level of globalization, that is to say the interconnected state of the world in the age of the Internet, satellites and air travel, in humble little Sacramento.
Meshed Circuits, also known as interconnected circuits, are such circuits where loads are connected in parallel and other loads in series.
"We are now at the edge of the next phase in the globalization of financial markets, namely the interconnected ownership of a small number of dominant international exchanges," Mr. Prentice said.
Progress in all these disciplines is deeply interconnected, which is why data storage turns out to be as vital as lower priced [...]