Computing: Use of a computer's resources in a manner that several users access
in a sequence but seem to be working simultaneously. Timesharing is common
in larger (mini, mainframe, or clustered) systems since 1960s and accommodates hundreds or even thousands of users.
Real estate: Type of joint property ownership
(see joint tenancy) often with equal (but not concurrent) right of possession
exercisable at specified time intervals such as different days, weeks, or months.
Time sharing is common
for resort or vacation properties where every joint owner
pays a periodic fee to the owners' association
or a property management
firm for upkeep of the property.