The capability of a computer or system to be operated by more than one user simultaneously.
A computer that can support several workstations operating simultaneously.
The capability of an operating system to let multiple users work in parallel on a computer.
technology that supports avatars or some other representation of users in a shared world. Usually this implies that the users can also communicate in the world.
An operating system such as UNIX that is designed to support more than one independent user at a time on the same computer.
is used to describe an operating system that allows multiple users to log into and use the system at the exact same time, each being able to do their own work independent of other users. A multitasking operating system is required to provide multiuser support. GNU/Linux is both a multitasking and multiuser operating system, as is any UNIX system for that matter.
The ability of an operating system to support several users on the system at the same time. NCAR/GKS NCAR's graphic package that produces device-independent "metacode files" that translators then use to create graphics displays or hardcopy. Supports GKS and color. Provided by SCD.
A multiuser system is one where more than one user has access to the resources of a single computer.
A system that can be used by more than one person at the same time.
The ability of a computer system to execute programs for more than one user at a time.
n. See multiuser system.
Operating system that enables two or more users to run a program simultaneously. 8.9