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- Noun

The state or quality of being latent.

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  • Latency

    Latency or latent may refer to:

  • Ring latency

    In a ring network, such as Token Ring, ring latency is the time required for a signal to propagate once around the ring. Ring latency may be measured in seconds or in bits at the data transmission rate. Ring latency includes signal propagation delays in the ring medium, the drop cables, and the data stations connected to the ring network.

  • The Latency Phase (6-12 years of age)

  • Latency (disambiguation)

  • Round-trip latency

  • Latency oriented processor architecture

    Latency oriented processor architecture is the microarchitecture of a microprocessor designed to serve a serial computing thread with a low latency. This is typical of most Central Processing Units (CPU) being developed since the 1970s. These architectures, in general, aim to execute as many instructions as possible belonging to a single serial thread, in a given window of time; however, the time to execute a single instruction completely from fetch to retire stages may vary from a few cycles to even a few hundred cycles in some cases. Latency oriented processor architectures are the opposite of throughput-oriented processors which concern themselves more with the total throughput of the system, rather than the service latencies for all individual threads that they work on.

  • Low Latency (horse)

    Low Latency is a racing horse owned by Maythehorsebewithyou Syndicate. She was bred by T R G Vestey and sired by Exceed And Excel with Ivory Gala as the dam.

  • Input latency

  • Motion To Photon Latency

  • Latency period (psychology)

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