A common weakness in FFF prints is that layer boundaries can be prone to delamination and fail sooner than in other directions.
A potential strategy to improve layer bonding can be to interleave the tracks in perimeters so not every track starts at even layer heights but insted we aim to get every other track to start at half layer heights.
The trivial example by which we can illustrate this is a vertical wall If you start by laying down a half height layer for even numbered perimeters, then raise the tool and lay down full height odd numbered perimeters, then full height even number perimeters until finally you lay down a half height layer on even perimeters again. This way every other perimeter is interleaved vertically eliminating the layer separation weakness.
This strategy is of course complicated once we depart from the trivial vertical example, so in practice it can likely only be done opportunistically as long as the vertical wall angle is close to vertical or close to 45 degrees, but for a lot of functional prints this would cover a lot of cases.