Employed to perform at recording sessions
1. The time during which a program is running. In most interactive programs, a session is the time during which the program accepts input and processes information.
2. In communications, the time during which two computers maintain a connection.
3. A specific protocol layer in the ISO/OSI reference model that manages communication between remote users or processes. See also ISO/OSI reference model, session layer.
ETYM Latin sessio, from sedere, sessum, to sit: cf. French session. Related to Sit.
1. A meeting devoted to a particular activity.
2. A meeting for execution of a group's functions.