Definitions for "Interleave"
To arrange data in alternating chunks so that selected parts can be extracted while other parts are skipped over, or so that each chunk carries a piece of a different data stream. In DVD, used for seamless multi-angle and Director's cut features, in which multiplexed streams are subsequently interleaved to allow seamless playback of alternate program material.
intersperse the sectors on the concentric magnetic circular patterns written on a computer disk surface to guide the storing and recording of data
intersperse alternately, as of protective covers for book illustrations
Keywords:  blank, leaves, accessory, book, leaf
To insert a leaf or leaves in; to bind with blank leaves inserted between the others; as, to interleave a book.
Accessory sheet between the leaves or parts of a form set.
provide (books) with blank leaves
To insert something alternately between the parts of; as, to interleave transparencies with the corresponding pages.
A method to help reduce eddy current losses in a laminated steel core. The core is split into slices, each slice shaped into an “E” and an “I”. Placing them together forms a complete magnetic circuit with a tiny gap between each “E” and “I”. To help prevent the small amount of flux at the gap from interfering with other lamination slices, the "E"s and "I"s are alternately inserted into the core, sometimes every layer but often every few layers.
Keywords:  interlace, see
See interlace.
Keywords:  sonet, efficient, mix, manner, thus
The ability of SONET to mix together and transport different types of input signals in an efficient manner, thus allowing higher transmission rates.
Keywords:  footage, audio, frame, video, linked
This is usually a value that describes the way in which audio is linked to video footage - e.g. every frame, every second etc... (more..)
Keywords:  sequence, writing, reading, order, data
The reading or writing of data in an out of order sequence.