In resource scheduling, it is possible to specify that an activity may be split if this results in an earlier scheduled finish date. This means that the specified duration may be divided into two or more pieces, while retaining the specified profile for resource requirement s relative to this split duration. [D01881] WST
the setting of one person or group against another, usually for the purposes of maintaining power ("divide & conquer"), or by acoa's as a survival strategy
The tendency of some philologists to divide languages and language families into many different smaller sub-groups.
Dividing a crypto key into two separate keys so that an attacker can not reconstruct the actual crypto key even if one of the split keys is intercepted.
A straight cut dividing a part made as a single piece.
to divide stock in order to lower its price so that more people will invest in it. In a two-to-one split, 100 shares of $70 per-share stock become 200 shares of $35 per-share stock. In a three-to-one split, 90 shares at $60 a share become 270 shares at $20 a share.