- writers who know how to evoke these latencies
- —E. C. Lindeman
Examples of latency in a Sentence
the flower bulbs went from latency to full bloom in a matter of days
Recent Examples of latency from the Web
OcuSync is designed for low-latency, high-resolution video, specifically for use with DJI’s FPV racing goggles, and promises better performance across the board compared to the old system.
Architecturally, the biggest improvements seem to have been made to memory and cache latencies.
Palmer says the latency of 5G is about 100 times faster than the blink of an eye.
Auto Low-Latency Mode, as Microsoft calls it, will be supported on new TVs, and will automatically switch a TV into game mode to take advantage of the latency reductions.
Not only is there very little latency when writing with the S Pen, but the convertible also has decent handwriting-to-text recognition.
The aim is to have a ubiquitous network that can run with lower latency, or lag time, in transferring data -- the type of super-fast connections that enable advances like robotic surgery and autonomous cars.
That's going to show up as an option for consumers in future reports even though few people would choose satellite over cable or fiber because of satellite's latency and low data caps.
The Waymo approach ensures that latency — a delay in the communications traffic — doesn’t compromise the car’s driving behavior by leaving a remote operator unable to react in real time.
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- The cellular mechanisms by which viral latency is maintained or viral replication is induced is not known.
- —Science, 20 June 1986
- During this nonreplicating latent period, the virus' home is believed to be the ganglia of nerves serving the area where the herpes lesion initially appeared.
- —The Journal of the American Medical Association, 11 Nov. 1983
- In the worst cases, chronic active hepatitis develops and can lead to cirrhosis of the liver and finally to hepatocellular carcinoma. … Usually the cancer does not develop until after a 30- to 50- year latency period …
- —Peter Tiollais and Marie-Annick Buenidia, Scientific American, April 1991
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