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In general, round-robin refers to a pattern or ordering whereby items are encountered or processed sequentially, often beginning again at the start in a circular manner.
Round-robin may refer to:
- Round-robin bet, a type of wager offered by UK bookmakers, covering three selections
- Round-robin (document), a document signed by several parties in a circle in order to hide the identity of the leader
- Round-robin DNS, a technique for dealing with redundant Internet Protocol service hosts
- Round-robin letter, a news-filled letter typically accompanying a Christmas card
- Round-Robin Letter (Spanish-American War), a letter written in the United States Army during the Spanish–American War in 1898
- Round-robin networks, communications networks made up of radio nodes organized in a mesh topology
- Round-robin scheduling, an algorithm used in computer science
- Round-robin start, a possible ordering of turns in a turn-based game
- Round-robin story, a collaborative piece of fiction or storytelling
- Round robin test, an interlaboratory test performed independently several times
- Round-robin tournament, a competition where each contestant meets all other contestants in turn
- RRDtool, a round-robin database tool
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