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== The Number of IPCs Drives Response Time ==
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The number of inter-process communications in response to a stimulus usually drives response time.
The number of inter-process communications in response to a stimulus usually drives response time.
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By [[User:Randy.stafford|Randy Stafford]] - this work is licensed under
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The Number of IPCs Drives Response Time

(note: the current revision of this page, and the following text, is serving as a placeholder, to be further elaborated very soon)

The number of inter-process communications in response to a stimulus usually drives response time.

By Randy Stafford

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3

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