Definitions for **"Interval"**

A space between things; a void space intervening between any two objects; as, an interval between two houses or hills.

Space of time between any two points or events; as, the interval between the death of Charles I. of England, and the accession of Charles II.

Difference in pitch between any two tones.

Interval Intonation

Intonation Inverse Square Law

a brief bout of intense physical activity--such as a sprint--alternated with a longer period of rest or lighter exercise

a short burst of energy, like a sprint, that boosts your heart rate

a training method of alternating hard, short bursts of speed with short recovery periods

The time period between successive renewal efforts

A specific elapsed time for swimming or rest used during swim practice.

Time in between printed journals.

intermission

a parcellular half-wavelength, whose amplitude always varies between a maximum and zero at either node for any observer

A segment of the real line existing between a minimum and a maximum value. Closed intervals have specified minima and maxima, open or half-open intervals do not. In RAMAS Risk Imaging, the term “interval” is also used to denote a range of ordinal values between a minimum and a maximum.

See lunitidal interval and lunicurrent interval.

A brief space of time between the recurrence of similar conditions or states; as, the interval between paroxysms of pain; intervals of sanity or delirium.

The lateral space between elements on the same line.

a set of CFG nodes that make up a strongly connected component within the CFG

a set of instantaneous states of the universe

a set of points with the property that if x, y are distinct points of the set, then every point between x and y is also a point of the set

Interval data (whole numbers or fractions) are ranked and sorted, and the magnitude of the difference between each observation is made clear.

a close set in R , which included the possible range of a number

a number followed by one of the characters s

Is a scheduled ETM+ image period along a WRS path, and may be from 1 to 90 full scenes in length.

a SequenceableCollection so the above applies

The part of a signal cycle during which signal indications do not change. (MUTCD)

a power chord

a pattern of clocks

a graph theoretic construct first defined by J

See Intermediate.

a vertical section of rock distinct from that above or below.

See sample interval.

The standard interval between exercise prices of traded options contracts.

a group of days with similar temperatures or