lockstep

noun a manner of marching in file in which each person`s leg moves with and behind the corresponding leg of the person ahead; `the prisoner`s ankles were so chained together that they could only march in lockstep`
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Lockstep

In the USA, lockstep marching or simply lockstep is marching in a very close single file in such a way that the leg of each person in the file moves in the same way and at the same time as the corresponding leg of the person immediately in front of him, so that their legs stay very close all the time. Originally it was used in drilling soldiers. E...
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Lockstep

[computing] Lockstep systems are fault-tolerant computer systems that run the same set of operations at the same time in parallel. The redundancy allows error detection and error correction: the output from lockstep operations can be compared to determine if there has been a fault if there are at least two systems (dual modular redundancy),...
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lockstep

method of marching in tight formation
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