Definitions for "RTT"
Real-time technology, which allows a user to receive data in real time (measured in milliseconds or microseconds).
( RoundTrip Time ) is the amount of time it takes for a packet of data to get from one designated point to another and back to the sender. RTT is usually used to measure latency. runt In Ethernet networks, any frame shorter than the minimum 64 bytes but with a valid CRC is considered a runt. See also: jabber RWIN
Real-time translation systems are based on linguistically sophisticated machine translation (MT) technologies. Such systems are programmed with comprehensive dictionaries and a collection of linguistic rules that translate one language into another without relying on human translators. Real-time cross-language translation is the only viable solution for real-time communication, collaboration and commerce on digital networks.
(Réduction du Temps de Travail) = working hours reduction programme
Keywords:  tire, transit, rubber
Rubber Tire Transit
Keywords:  rural, travel, transport
Rural Travel and Transport
Keywords:  thread, read
Read The Thread
Keywords:  encoding, length, run
RU run length encoding