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interconnectivity

Definitions

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  • noun The state or quality of being interconnected

Etymologies

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interconnective +‎ -ity

Examples

  • Such interconnectivity is also consistent with the ancient astrobiological notion that each of the seven apertures of the human head was influenced by the seven celestial bodies (Sun, Moon, Mars, Mercury, Venus, Jupiter, and Saturn) and that the inward flow of these influences gathered in the sensus communis (common sense), where the human soul was believed to reside.

    Architecture and Memory: The Renaissance Studioli of Federico da Montefeltro

  • I wholeheartedly agree with no. 8 about Chicago’s transportation system — interconnectivity is bad and the waits are unsupportable.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Government Makes the Stuff We Need

  • But the downside of modern interconnectivity is that most security secrets on the Internet don’t stay secret in the face of the sorts of repeated probes that the WSJ describes.

    Wonk Room » The Smart Grid And Cybersecurity

  • "The code has done a good part of the job ... but on the interconnectivity, which is the critical part of the competitive model, we are still waiting for these connections to happen," the Commission's David Wright told a conference.

    Latest news _ Budapest Business Journal _ BBJ_online

  • Mr. Koolhaas said that the "interconnectivity" of the building's rounded form was meant to foster "an intimacy between all the parties" at CCTV.

    The Sky's No Longer the Limit

  • The 'interconnectivity' metric is used to highlight current and future opportunities for wholesale liquidity to be driven by cross-border trading 31

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Even if we are growing more isolated as a result of our much-vaunted "interconnectivity," humans will always be needed to use the technology that develops.

    Politics

  • "The idea of 'interconnectivity' was the biggest thing to come out of our open space talks," said Chuck Flink, of Greenways Inc., the city's open space consultant.

    Durangoherald.com

  • These objectives must cover virtually every aspect of telecommunications network and service provision including tariff, technical standards, allocation of scarce resources, fair competition, and the regulation and mediation of inter_operator issues such as interconnectivity and interconnect termination rates.

    Vanguard

  • Even if we are growing more isolated as a result of our much-vaunted "interconnectivity," humans will always be needed to use the technology that develops.

    Politics

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