real-time processing


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real-time processing

[′rēl ‚tīm ′prä‚ses·iŋ]
(computer science)
The handling of input data at a rate sufficient to ensure that the instructions generated by the computer will influence the operation under control at the required time.
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Three years ago we built Phoenix(TM), the industry's only real-time processing platform that can perform at scale and handle batch processing, and it's now the foundation for our healthcare transactions.
This will be achieved by the implementation of a new payment scheme based on a near real-time processing model.
This partnership will combine Forte Systems' Practice Management Software with real-time processing, including eligibility verification, pre-certifications, pre-authorizations and referrals, electronic claims submission, and credit card/electronic check processing.
With a number of top-tier banks in the process of major core transformation, this report analyses the business case for moving from batch to real-time processing, evaluating the customer, business and IT benefits and assessing the impact of regulation and compliance requirements as a driver for change.
Spectrum's commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) SDR-4000 platform provides DSC with high performance real-time processing in a low power, small form factor configuration ideal for our laser RADAR," said Ken Belsley, Chief Scientist at DSC.
markets Objectivity/DB to ISVs, OEMs and end-users for real-time processing of complex information, document and process management, scientific computing and complex defense and security applications.
The VPF1 and PMC-FPGA02 boards will run the signal processing algorithm as well as perform real-time processing of the sensor data.

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