Real Time

  • (noun): (computer science) the time it takes for a process under computer control to occur.
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Some articles on real, time, real time:

Strategy Video Game - Sub-genres - Turn-based Strategy
... reserved for certain computer strategy games, to distinguish them from real-time computer strategy games ... With (a), ranked, the players take their turns in the same order every time ... are turn-based however, the personal computer game market trend has lately inclined more towards real-time games ...
Technics And Time, 1 - Part II: The Fault of Epimetheus - Already There - No Future
... Does this mean there is no longer any différance, that in the world of "real time" there can be no future? To answer this question affirmatively would not simply be to say that tekhne produces falling ... In The Concept of Time Heidegger argues that a clock can show us the now, but that no clock ever shows the past or the future ... constitute the possibility of being-futural? Does the time without time of no future translate the error of technics, or rather the techno-logical fate of Dasein itself? When ...
Continuous Auditing - Continuous Reporting
... is the release of financial and non-financial information on a real-time or near real-time basis ... interested in knowing how a company is doing at a given point in time ... They argue that near real-time information would provide them with the ability to take advantage of important business moves as they happen ...
Chronology Of Real-time Tactics Video Games
... This is a comprehensive index of commercial real-time tactics games for all platforms, sorted chronologically ... See also Chronology of real-time strategy video games See also List of strategy video games ...
SGI Origin 2000 - Hardware Description - I/O Subsystem
... UltraSCSI single-ended port 1 external wide UltraSCSI, singled ended port 1 real-time interrupt output for frame sync 1 real-time interrupt input (edge triggered) Flash PROM, NVRAM and ...

More definitions of "real time":

  • (noun): The actual time that it takes a process to occur.
    Example: "Information is updated in real time"

Famous quotes containing the words time and/or real:

    If man knew how women pass the time when they are alone, they’d never marry.
    O. Henry [William Sydney Porter] (1862–1910)

    The desire of most parents is first and foremost to do what is best for their children. Every interview with a mother or father confirms this, every letter written by a parent breathes this deep-seated wish, “I hope I am doing the right thing for my child.” This is real and honest, and at the very base of parenthood.
    Irma Simonton Black (20th century)