Definitions for "Synchronisation"
an adjustment that causes something to occur or recur in unison
a process that compares the content on your mobile phone with the content on your PC and updates each to contain the latest, most up to date information (eg calendar appointments, phonebook entries, etc). It has nothing to do with swimming.
A process that causes something to occur or recur at the same time or in unison. Synchronisation can be used to make the contents of specific files identical on different devices. For example, a user can synchronise the phonebook or contacts, calendar, and to-do list of a mobile device with the corresponding PC applications. This is not possible with all mobile phone models.
The maintenance of one operation in step with another. Abbreviated as 'sync' In film a picture record and a sound record are said to be "in sync" when they are placed relative to each other on a release print so that when they are projected the action will coincide precisely with the accompanying sound. When these conditions are not met they are said to be "out of sync". In video, this is usually refers to the synchronization pulses necessary to coordinate the operation of several interconected video components. When the components are properly synchronized, they are said to be "in sync". A sync generator is an electronic component that generates sync pulses.
The putting together of music and visual components - e.g. in a film or video production.
This term is used in data video projection to describe the fine adjustment of the projector to the data signals of computers and video source.
Used to make the most efficient use of the flash light output; this is the combined action of the shutter opening and closing to fire the flashbulb.
The locking in of one oscillator onto a harmonic of another .
Process by which batch classes and other settings at the central site are downloaded to remote stations. If completed batches exist at the remote station, the batches are uploaded to the central site. to the top
coordinating by causing to indicate the same time; "the synchronization of their watches was an important preliminary"
Keywords:  gear, bits, ability, together, link
The ability to link together two or more bits of gear so that they can share a common time reference.
Keywords:  multi, camera, ensure, frame, formation
A process to ensure that frame formation takes place at the same time on a multi camera system
Keywords:  things, waves, brain, exists, drug
the relation that exists when things occur at the same time; "the drug produces an increased synchrony of the brain waves"