Definitions for random access
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a feature of a videodisc or compact disc player that allows the user to select and replay any portion without starting at the beginning.
Category: Radio and Television
Origin of random access:
designating an electronic medium for storing and retrieving information in arbitrary sequence.
The ability to access any element of a sequence in real time, without having to seek through preceding elements.
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