Client Side Latency Synchronization System For Data Consistency In A Distributed Processing System
The unique concept of the present invention is that latency delay is dynamically calculated by the distributed system as User Machines connect. This allows for the packet delay to be dynamically adapted to network traffic.
Publication Date15 June 2009
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