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  • n. The process or action of converting something in a serial or into serial form.
  • n. The process of serializing.

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  • n. publication in serial form


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serialize +‎ -ation


  • As the serialization progresses, and more tiles are unveiled, the grid of tiles in the game will grow to reflect the larger quantity of tiles available, eventually reaching a whopping 9 x 9 tile grid, which will feature all 81 planned tiles by the time that the serialization is complete.

    Makers by Cory Doctrow interactive web game/utility « Third Point of Singularity

  • Introducing extprot: extensible binary protocols for cross-language communication and long-term serialization extprot, a tool that allows you to create compact, efficient and extensible binary protocols that can be used for cross-language communication and long-term data serialization. extprot supports protocols with rich, composable types, whose definition can evolve while keeping both forward and backward compatibility.


  • The existing serialization is not bringing in new customers, and it’s increasingly losing the old ones.

    DC Launches Earth One; Reaction Not as Positive as Hoped » Comics Worth Reading

  • And Mr. Gritten has been a Wells fan for a long, long time; he clearly recalls the serialization of "The War of the Worlds" in the Strand Magazine at the end of the 1890's.

    The Wind from The Sun

  • With WCF, you may also want to consider using JavaScript Object Notation (JSON) serialization, which is a more compressed format than XML serialized data.

    MSDN Magazine: RSS Feed

  • Already we've seen one massive bestseller grow out of online "serialization": Diary of a Wimpy Kid.

    The Comeback of Vanished Fictional Forms

  • What was your thinking in using this almost "serialization" style in

    Comics Comics

  • Data I/O provides hardware and software solutions for turn-key programming and device testing services, as well as in-system (on-board), in-line (right before use at the SMT line), or in-socket (off-line) programming with special manufacturing options such as serialization, traceability, version control, statistical data logging, co-planarity test, and bad block management.


  • It also supports optimizations such as serialization, resource sharing, and pipelining.

    BN - Broadcast Newsroom-news

  • Another effective way to block unauthorized access is by embedding a "serialization" code into the host and remote portions of the remote control product.

    IT & Security Portal» IT-Observer


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