Definitions for "SERIAL"
A literary work, usually a story that is not true, creeping through several issues of a newspaper or magazine. Frequently appended to each installment is a "synposis of preceding chapters" for those who have not read them, but a direr need is a synposis of succeeding chapters for those who do not intend to read _them_. A synposis of the entire work would be still better. The late James F. Bowman was writing a serial tale for a weekly paper in collaboration with a genius whose name has not come down to us. They wrote, not jointly but alternately, Bowman supplying the installment for one week, his friend for the next, and so on, world without end, they hoped. Unfortunately they quarreled, and one Monday morning when Bowman read the paper to prepare himself for his task, he found his work cut out for him in a way to surprise and pain him. His collaborator had embarked every character of the narrative on a ship and sunk them all in the deepest part of the Atlantic.
A publication appearing in a series or succession of part; a tale, or other writing, published in successive numbers of a periodical.
It is a publication that is published in successive parts and is intended to be produced indefinitely. Another term for journal or periodical.
Keywords:  sequential, bit, mice, port, midi
Of or pertaining to a series; consisting of a series; appearing in successive parts or numbers; as, a serial work or publication.
Of or pertaining to rows.
a series of timed sequenced transmissions that display the data along a single wire. Analogous to a railroad train, where each car (data bit) follows the other in single file.
a serialized set of programs; "a comedy series"; "the Masterworks concert series"
Serial is a comedy film from 1980 from Paramount Pictures. The screenplay, by Rich Eustis and Michael Elias, is drawn from the novel The Serial: A Year in the Life of Marin County by Cyra Mc Fadden, published in 1977. The film stars Martin Mull, Tuesday Weld, Sally Kellerman, Christopher Lee, Bill Macy, Peter Bonerz, and Tom Smothers.
Compositional technique in which elements have been pre-arranged in a fixed series . The most common serialization is one by pitch class, but you can also have rhythm, attack, dyamic levels, etc., arranged in series. Schoenberg formulated the basic ideas of serialism, a movement to which his associates Berg and Webern contributed greatly. Serialism has proved one of the most useful modes of composition in the twentieth century, central to the late work of Stravinsky and to work of such composers as Boulez, Carter, and Babbitt. Movt. II of Webern's Symphony, op. 21 (CD 3) is a serial composition.
an ongoing expenditure and for many years the annual increase in subscription costs has averaged far more than any increase in funding the library may have received
an ongoing story told over time in monthly or weekly installments
Keywords:  pencil, reckoners, ata, rev, analyse
A "block" of exercise time, typically a sub-section of an exercise. An analyst will normally analyse and exercise one serial at a time, and it is usual for the exercise data to be broken down into serials.
Serial ATA Serial Time Code
Handling numbers one digit at a time. Examples are the way most humans do arithmetic using a pencil and paper, or the way a seven-digit telephone number is dialed one digit at a time. Reckoners, Rev.?, page 0158
Meaning in a row, or one after the other (as opposed to parallel).
In the context of data transmission, this refers to the transmission of data ``in series'' along a single communication channel, as opposed to ``in parallel'' where the information to be sent is distributed across several channels.
Loosely speaking, serial implies something that has to be done linearly, one at a time, like people being served in a single check-out line. Serial connections are by their nature less expensive than parallel connections (including things like SCSI) but are typically slower.
Keywords:  kudos, kali, unique, registered, lower
Kali Serial number. The unique id you were given when you registered Kali. The lower the number, the more kudos that came with it.
In a serial campaign storylines and characters carry over from one session to the next, like in a soap opera.
Hardware and software specification for communications between a computer and peripheral devices. Although not compatible with each other, both Macintosh and Wintel PCs utilize a Serial Bus.
A method for connecting an external device such as a printer, scanner, or camera, to a computer. It has been all but replaced by USB and FireWire in modern computers.
a type of connector from the computer to the outer world, used by most modems and some printers.
A valid username and password that is saved as a basic text file and is used to register a shareware program and therefore remove all the restrictions.
Keywords:  cinema, chapter, multi, week, film
A multi-part film that usually screened a chapter each week at a cinema.
Keywords:  missing
missing serialVersionUID
This is a consecutive occurance of two items in the same channel.
A sequence of events occurring one after another.
events, activities, or items that are related and occur in a particular order
Keywords:  size, print, low, file
85k 85k Up to size of print file Low
Keywords:  server