Interval may refer to:

  • Interval (mathematics), a range of numbers (formally, a type of subset of an ordered set)
  • Interval measurements or interval variables in statistics is a level of measurement
  • Interval (music), the relationship in pitch between two notes
  • Interval (time), the duration between two events
  • Space-time interval, the distance between two points in 4-space
  • In cricket, the breaks in between play
  • Interval training, in sports, a training technique often used by runners
  • Interval Research Corporation, a defunct technology think tank founded by Paul Allen
  • Intermission during a theatrical performance (used primarily in Great Britain)
  • Interval (1973 film), a 1973 film starring Merle Oberon
  • Intervals (See You Next Tuesday album), 2008
  • Intervals (Ahmad Jamal album), 1980

Other articles related to "interval, intervals":

All-interval Tetrachord
... An all-interval tetrachord is a tetrachord, a collection of four pitch classes, containing all six interval classes ... There are only two possible all-interval tetrachords ... The interval vector for both all-interval tetrachords is ...
Septimal Tritone
... tritone (also Huygens' tritone) is the musical interval with ratio 75 (582.51 cents) ... The inverse of that interval, the greater septimal tritone (also Euler's tritone), is an interval with ratio 107 (617.49 cents) ...
Segment Tree - Construction
... First, the endpoints of the intervals in I are sorted ... The elementary intervals are obtained from that ... binary tree is built on the elementary intervals, and for each node v it is determined the interval Int(v) it represents ...
Septimal Whole Tone
... tone, septimal major second, or supermajor second play is the musical interval exactly or approximately equal to a 8/7 ratio of frequencies ... Although 24 equal temperament does not match this interval particularly well, its nearest representation is at 250 cents, approximately 19 cents sharp ... The septimal whole tone may be derived from the harmonic series as the interval between the seventh and eighth harmonics and the term septimal refers to the fact that it ...

Famous quotes containing the word interval:

    I was interested to see how a pioneer lived on this side of the country. His life is in some respects more adventurous than that of his brother in the West; for he contends with winter as well as the wilderness, and there is a greater interval of time at least between him and the army which is to follow. Here immigration is a tide which may ebb when it has swept away the pines; there it is not a tide, but an inundation, and roads and other improvements come steadily rushing after.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    [I have] been in love with one princess or another almost all my life, and I hope I shall go on so, till I die, being firmly persuaded, that if ever I do a mean action, it must be in some interval betwixt one passion and another.
    Laurence Sterne (1713–1768)

    The yearning for an afterlife is the opposite of selfish: it is love and praise for the world that we are privileged, in this complex interval of light, to witness and experience.
    John Updike (b. 1932)