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Definition[]

End-to-end latency

comprises all delays experienced by a communication from origin to destination. It includes the time spent in the transmission of the information from a human via the communication infrastructure to a control server; the processing of the information and generation of a reaction; and the eventual transmission of the reaction via the communication infrastructure back to a human. If the end-to-end latency exceeds the human reaction time, the experience is less realistic, with too great a gap between stimulation and response.[1]

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