Real-time

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Real-time or real time is a term often used to distinguish reporting, depicting, or reacting to events at the same rate and sometimes at the same time as they unfold (see real time (media)), rather than compressing a depiction or delaying a report or action. The term has uses in many areas, and many articles cover different aspects.

Computing[edit]

Applications of real-time computing[edit]

Video gaming[edit]

Network protocols[edit]

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Film, television and radio[edit]

Game companies[edit]

Video gaming[edit]

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