Traducción de real time en Español:

real time

tiempo real, n.



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    tiempo real masculino
    • Other uses for this program could be access points or real time crypto or image processing.
    • This is the first game where terrain is used as an active part of the real-time gameplay.
    • What is new is the array of information resources now available in real time or near real time.
    • A real-time system would allow users to see delays and would give new estimated departure times.
    • Crawling can never produce real-time indexing for search engines.
    • Text is highlighted in real time as the audio file is played back.
    • In a real-time system, each of these cases would be an opportunity for a missed deadline.
    • Unlike still photography, the algorithm can produce the image in real time, on an ordinary laptop.
    • It effectively relies on a real time streaming protocol to deliver email over mobile networks.
    • The hard real-time system would guarantee that sensor inputs would not be missed.
    • For example, the real time monitoring of a business process must understand the process flow that was defined at the design stage.
    • The result will allow viewers to watch sporting events while playing the games in real time.
    • We were able to address the situation in real time without rebooting a single machine.
    • Have you ever had to make a real time judgement on a child's safety?
    • Each area exists in real time and the time of day does change as you play.
    • The optimized change file may be inserted into the object code on a real-time basis.
    • Live streaming through webcams allows real time viewing of art events anywhere on the globe.
    • The real-time combat system that the game is heavily dependant on is rock-solid.
    • Although a real-time link to ground exists, most of the data needs to be stored on hard disk.
    • The system shows the school in real time, but recordings of specific events, good or bad, can be retrieved and saved on CDs.
    • Payment is made by credit or debit card and is processed securely online in real time.
    • It is possible to do impressive things in real time, as computer games demonstrate.
    • You have to record and create in real time, and invest more time editing.
    • We maintain a real-time database that tracks information about every known online fraud threat.
    • Media outlets have blasted world events to them in real time and around the clock.
    • When activated as you browse the Internet, it displays a real time summary of the Web page that is open.
    • This is definitely not video, we are using computers to manipulate images in real time by analysing audio input.
    • The software provides feedback in real time; there are three levels of difficulty.
    • Engineering staff can then take advantage of the corporate knowledgebase in real time.
    • Turning a browser into a buyer by using real-time support tools is an important step.
    • It gives access to corporate information, reports and documents for business processes in real time.
    • The network should also be useful for off-line, non real-time users via the Internet.
    • In the works is a transition to full real-time processing, which is well underway.
    • That gives security personnel a real-time database of who is actually in the building.
    • I was watching events unfurl in real time, completely live, on a small portable device that sits on my lap.
    • Fully real time combat would be a better option, but then how do you deal with action points?
    • Unlike the call centre, this computerised system will offer real-time data.
    • The file sharing is not in real time with everyone working off the same version of the data.
    • RealPlayer streaming software allows the delivery of video and audio in real time over the internet.
    • Most visual environments contain more information than the human brain can process in real time.