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mul·ti·us·er

 (mŭl′tē-yo͞o′zər, -tī-)
adj.
Of or relating to a device or product, such as a computer system, that can be used by more than one person at the same time.
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multiuser

adj
(Computer Science) (of a computer) capable of being used by several people at once
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multiuser

[ˌmʌltɪˈjuːzəʳ] ADJmultiusuario
multiuser systemsistema m multiusuario
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The WLAN Test Toolkit 17.0 empowers designers and engineers with the ability to generate and analyze a wide range of 802.11ax standard-compliant waveforms, including extended single user, multiuser OFDMA and multiuser multiple input, multiple output (MIMO) with per-user configuration and measurement results.
[3] Qiwei Wang, Guangliang Ren, Jueying Wu,"A Multiuser Detection Algorithm for Random Access Procedure with the Presence of Carrier Frequency Offsets in LTE Systems," IEEE Transactions on Communications, vol.
The optimal multiuser detector (OMD) proposed by Verdu [10] could achieve the single user's BER performance, but it had a very high computational complexity and was too expensive to handle [11].
DR Multiuser DOS enables a single 386SX, 386 or 486-based computer to host multiple DOS applications and multiple multitasking users on terminals and PCs linked through a standard serial port connection.
Designed for the Windows NT(R)operating system, PCMessenger NE can operate in applications ranging from a single PC to a multiuser, multisite networked campus environment.
In multiuser MIMO downlink, another advantage of multiple antennas is the capability of simultaneously supporting multiuser transmissions via spatial division multiple access (SDMA) schemes, see, e.g., [2], [3].