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in real time

Instantaneously; as things develop; at the moment something happens. Luckily, because of our undercover reporter, we can get updates on the situation in real time.
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real time

1. noun The present time, or nearly so. The term is used in applications in which some kind of result or imagery is displayed simultaneously (or nearly simultaneously) with when it is occurring. The images you're seeing are in real time—this is a live broadcast.
2. adjective Immediate or nearly immediate; present and completely up-to-date. Often hyphenated. Don't worry, we can get real-time information on the other flights that are available.
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The company's product suite includes RedHawk, a real-time Linux operating system; NightStar, a set of development tools designed to aid developers in building better and faster real-time applications; and SIMulation Workbench, a real-time simulation application that runs on RedHawk and executes advanced, high-frame-rate, multiple model simulations.
To meet real-time requirements, activation, sentry detection, wakeup, aggregation, communications, and base processing delay and their tradeoff were analyzed and brought insights.
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To drive better, more consistent carrier and vendor real-time implementations, the Real Time/Download Campaign developed a research guide.
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For example, real-time traffic can be given higher priority than non real-time traffic to ensure that real-time communications are always reliable, also video traffic can be given higher priority over voice traffic since video traffic is less delay tolerant.
The 30 papers cover resource management and scheduling, real-time architectures for memory storage and caches, real-time systems with temperature constraints, hard-wired/soft-wired codesign, real-time applications, models and analysis methods for real-time architectures, real-time operating systems and tools, wireless sensor networks, energy efficient designs, and designing efficient task models.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-May 16, 2012-Demandbase's Real-Time Identification module for the Drupal CMS platform is now available(C)1994-2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
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Updates on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and other real-time content sites could be worth more than $30 million a day, or nearly $10.9 billion a year, to advertisers, researchers say.
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