Definitions for "Multithreaded"
Having more than one path of execution. For instance, one thread in a multithreaded program might handle user interactions, another thread might perform calculations, and yet a third might perform I/O See also: thread
There may be one or more threads in a process, and each thread is executed by the operating system concurrently. An application program is multithreaded if more than one thread is executed concurrently.
Describes a program that is designed to have parts of its code execute concurrently. See also thread.