Definitions for "Multi-Threaded"
A computer hardware technology that allows a computer to process multiple simultaneous requests.
Having multiple concurrent or pseudo-concurrent execution sequences. Used to describe processes in computer systems. Multi-threaded processes allow throughput-intensive applications to efficiently use a disk array to increase I/O performance.
a thread is a sequence of instructions, and multiple threads can be executed in parallel on many computers. Multithreading can be performed by time-slicing on a single processor, or shared across processors on multi-processor computer systems. An application that is multi-threaded is coded to take advantage of multiple processors to execute two or more instructions in parallel.