The definition of REAL-TIME PROCESSING is: Use of a monitoring terminal that provides information to a computer that can be quickly used to switch programming. An example is a process control computer in a chemical plant. Unlike online processing, which does not change the program, but updates the files instantly according to the program.

Literal Meanings of REAL-TIME PROCESSING


Meanings of REAL:
  1. Really much

  2. It really exists because something is really unimaginable or should be.

  3. (Substances or objects) that are not imitations or real imitations.

  4. Full pronunciation (used for emphasis)

  5. Adjust the price change according to the price of power.

  6. (A number or set) that has no imaginary component.

  7. (A picture) The kind of light that penetrates in some form is completely virtual.

  8. Fixed assets (ie land and buildings) as opposed to private property.

  9. Brazil's base currency unit has been 100 cents since 1994.

Sentences of REAL
  1. Julius Caesar is a real person

  2. The earrings are probably real gold

  3. Real income fell 30 percent

  4. In this case, this is not a problem, since the domain of the sign function is made up of all real numbers.

  5. We have seen in the last section that a real image consists of light traveling through a convex lens.

  6. Almost all of his property was destroyed

  7. Furthermore, the currencies of this market have appreciated, which means that the Hungarian franchise or the dollar is rising again.

Synonyms of REAL

non-fictitious, total, non-fictional, extremely, bona fide, immensely, absolute, perfect, factual, thorough, actual, complete, existent, veritable, exceedingly, exceptionally, authentic, prize, tremendously, genuine, especially, hugely, utter, vastly


Meanings of TIME:
  1. Plan, plan or arrange when (something) is necessary or necessary.

  2. Measure the time it takes (action or activity, or people who are doing it)

  3. Overall existence and the constant and unbridled development of past, present and future events.

  4. The time in hours and minutes after midnight or noon.

  5. Allocated, available, or used time.

  6. An example of something happening or an opportunity.

  7. (After the number) which represents the multiplication.

  8. The search style of a piece of music is expressed by a measure.

Sentences of TIME
  1. The first race on the track is scheduled for 11:15.

  2. We are fixed and certificates are issued according to our speed.

  3. Travel through space and time

  4. It's 9:30 p.m.

  5. We need more time

  6. This is my first time in debt

  7. Five out of fifteen three times

  8. Waltz Melody

Synonyms of TIME

fix, meter, fix up, line up, arrange, put a stopwatch on, timetable, plan, set up, schedule, fix a time for, slot in, book, time, programme, hour, flow, rhythm, organize, instance, point, measure, beat, bill, prearrange


Meanings of PROCESSING:
  1. Perform a series of mechanical or chemical processes on (something) to modify or maintain.

  2. A series of steps or measures taken to achieve a specific goal.

  3. A subpoena or court order in which someone must appear in court.

  4. Appendicitis or natural growth in an organism, such as a tumor in the bone.

  5. Go or go to the procession.

Sentences of PROCESSING
  1. Salmon is processed quickly after harvest to maintain its flavor.

  2. Military operations can compromise the peace process.

  3. The plaintiff must prepare his report and inform the defendant.

  4. The triangular process occurs 58 times in a total of 334 pairs of scopes in both pairs of bones.

  5. You try runner

Synonyms of PROCESSING

task, summons, exercise, procedure, subpoena, proceeding, activity, business, action, affair, job, undertaking, writ, operation