a competition in which every player or team plays every other player or team
a letter that has been signed by a large number of people who wish to express their opinions about sth
something that is made, written, etc. by several people who each add a part one after another
a letter intended to be read by many people that is copied and sent to each one
Due to the round-robin nature of assigning new connections, it is possible that all CPUs within a node are busy while another node is idle.
Experts say one thing that is often no longer recommended in high school classes is what teachers call a "round robin".
A simple implementation of a push model could be built where the work is sent to grid resources in a round-robin fashion.
All traffic enters through a single port and is distributed on a round-robin basis to any available NUMA node.
Performance data can be printed to a log file, stored in a round-robin database, or made available through a Java API.
Functional Tester records the time of each transaction in a round robin database and graphs the results.
In Master Looter mode, items are no longer opened up for looting by all party members after the round-robin looter closes their loot window.
The Redirector implements load balancing and failover using a simple round robin algorithm (servers are chosen in a fixed cyclic order).
Home or Away League Scheduler creates fair round-robin league schedules for any sporting competition, with up to 100 teams per division.
I sent out a round-robin e-mail to a mailing list of about 500 people all of whom do busy, supposedly workaholic jobs.