Async vs Hsync - What's the difference?

async | hsync |


As an adjective async

is (computing) asynchronous.

As a noun hsync is

(electronics) the horizontal synchronization signal incorporated in a video transmission, such as for a tv broadcast.

async

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Adjective

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  • (computing) Asynchronous.
  • * 2002 , Peter Dibble, Real-time Java platform programming
  • The tradeoff is that the first time an async event causes a scheduling point, it incurs the thread creation overhead that it has avoided.

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    hsync

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    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (HSYNC)`
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