Interleaving

In printing, the insertion of slip sheets between prints as they come off press. See Interleave (first definition).

In computing, the term interleaving refers to the division of a computer's dynamic random access memory (known as DRAM) into separate memory "banks" as a means of enhancing system performance. See Interleaved Memory.

In computing and multimedia, interleaving also refers to the act of combining various data types and files into a seamless whole. See Interleave"] (second definition).

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