1 a meeting for execution of a group's functions; "it was the opening session of the legislature"
2 the time during which a school holds classes; "they had to shorten the school term" [syn: school term, academic term, academic session]
3 a meeting devoted to a particular activity; "a filming session"; "a gossip session"
- Rhymes: -ɛʃən
- A period devoted to a particular activity; a training session.
- A meeting of a council, court, or legislative body to conduct its buisness.
- Used in reference to web applications, a session is the sequence of interactions between the server and a user. A users session can store persistent data between different web pages. For instance, a person might login to a site on one page, then go on using other pages on the site. The login step begins a session where the server tracks information about that specific user. Sessions typically expire after a set time of non-interaction and are removed from the server's memory.
- A period of play in which the players only leave the field at a change of innings; the three sessions are between start of play, lunch, tea and close of play
- A musical performance broadcast for a radio show.
period devoted to a particular activity
meeting of a body to conduct business
- Czech: zasedání
- Finnish: istunto, kokous
- Italian: sessione
- Russian: сессия, заседание
- Spanish: sesión
Session may refer to:
(computer science), also known as a communication session, is a
semi-permanent interactive information exchange between
communicating devices that is established at a certain point in
time and torn down at a later point in time. Examples are:
- TCP sessions
- HTTP sessions, using session cookies
- Sessions established by some session layer protocol
- Session Description Protocol, a format for describing streaming media initialization parameters
- Session Initiation Protocol, a computer network protocol often used for IP telephony, and for setting up and tearing down peer-to-peer communication sessions consisting of one or several media streams
- Jam session, where musicians gather and play
- Recording session, where musicians record music together
- Pub session, playing music in a public house
- "Session", an instrumental song by Linkin Park from their 2003 album Meteora
- "Session", a song by The Offspring from their 1992 album Ignition
- Session musician, musicians available for hire
session in German: Session
session in French: Session
session in Lithuanian: Sesija
session in Japanese: セッション
session in Polish: Sesja
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