# une ITI sur 2 remonte à la simulation

## English translation: one inter-frame time interval (ITI) out of every two returns to the simulation

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 10:55 Aug 2, 2000
French to English translations [Non-PRO]
 French term or phrase: une ITI sur 2 remonte à la simulation From a software simulation test script: "La scène est calculée à une fréquence nominale de 25 Hz, l'affichage étant à 50 Hz (une ITI sur 2 remonte à la simulation)"
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 English translation:one inter-frame time interval (ITI) out of every two returns to the simulation Explanation:"The scene is calculated at a nominal frequency of 25 Hz, and is displayed at 50 Hz (with one ITI out of every two returning to the simulation)." -- The subject here is the difference between how a scene was designed (with a refresh rate of 25 Hertz) and how it is displayed on screen (at a refresh rate that is twice as fast, i.e., 50 Hertz). In order for the display to work at that speed, each "original" piece of graphic information (that is, each frame) needs to be shown twice. Therefore, every second inter-frame time interval (ITI) returns to the simulation, to fetch and display the same frame again. See also the web site below ("…it allows the setting of the inter-frame time interval and the frequency with which the animation will be repeated…").
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naone inter-frame time interval (ITI) out of every two returns to the simulation

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one inter-frame time interval (ITI) out of every two returns to the simulation

Explanation:
"The scene is calculated at a nominal frequency of 25 Hz, and is displayed at 50 Hz (with one ITI out of every two returning to the simulation)." -- The subject here is the difference between how a scene was designed (with a refresh rate of 25 Hertz) and how it is displayed on screen (at a refresh rate that is twice as fast, i.e., 50 Hertz). In order for the display to work at that speed, each "original" piece of graphic information (that is, each frame) needs to be shown twice. Therefore, every second inter-frame time interval (ITI) returns to the simulation, to fetch and display the same frame again.

See also the web site below ("…it allows the setting of the inter-frame time interval and the frequency with which the animation will be repeated…").

Reference: http://www.mcdb.yale.edu/animationDemo-Selection.html
 HeathcliffUnited StatesLocal time: 12:54Native speaker of: EnglishPRO pts in pair: 953
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