Synchronous data

Synchronous data

Information available at the same time. To test option-pricing models, the price of the option and of the underlying should be synchronous and reflect the same moment in the market.

Synchronous Data

Information collected or available at the same time. Investment decisions must be made according to data synchronous to the general public in order to avoid committing insider trading. Likewise, in options, one must use synchronous data in order to evaluate the validity of the various option pricing models.
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Tenders are invited for license activation service synchronous data manager (sdm) and tetra dispatcher protocol (tdp) of the n2a protocol of the tetra nebula teltronic system of the autonomous city of ceuta
However, the actual positioning system with multisensor cannot meet the condition of synchronous data fusion model [13].
Key features include: electronically compensation for dispersion to allow transport of high bandwidths in a more cost effective way; provision of a more efficient way to connect multiple sites; cost effectiveness for long distance services; minimal footprint and power requirements through a choice of four chassis types; ultra-low latency needs of key market sectors and applications such as high frequency trading or synchronous data backup are met; and provision of more flexible Resilience options including Line/Trunk Protection, Wavelength Protection and Client Protection.
The digitizerNETBOX is available with two to 16-channels of fully synchronous data acquisition.
- Synchronous data protection to ensure committed transactions are safely replicated to at least one additional host
Look for smaller, synchronous data centers near urban environments to house only critical applications due to high energy and maintenance costs in those locations.
* support of asynchronous and synchronous data transfer
RecoverPoint's new "stretched continuous data protection (CDP)" capability adds synchronous data replication from the production site to a secondary site at a distance up to 30 kilometers away (more than 18 miles), enabling two-site limited-distance data protection with zero data loss, as well as three-site cascaded configurations by adding a continuous remote replication (CRR) link.
* Synchronous data replication can be implemented out of campus areas, through the development of WDM technologies and optical MANs.
Access is guaranteed via synchronous data mirroring or iSCSI failover even during maintenance and breakdown, and additional security is guaranteed by the snapshot function and delayed data replication from remote locations via LAN or WAN.
Topics include throughput analysis of synchronous data flow graphs, extended time automata and time Petri nets, models of computation for networks on chip, an algebra of abstractions for communication processes, concurrency in distributed systems under autonomous and enforced actions.
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