The glossary includes definitions for terms which are commonly used here, and that are part of the DDS and RTI lexicon.

In DDS the term Asynchronus Write is used to indicate that the process of writing a Data using a DDS DataWriter is independent from the process of sending that data on the network. To accomplish this, Connext DDS uses a separate operating system Thread owned by the Publisher to send the data on the
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The Client-Server model is distributed application communication pattern in which applications can take one of two roles "client" and "server". The client explicitly references the server and invokes operations on the server which may perform actions on behalf of the client as well as access or
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The communications model underlying the network middleware is the most important factor in how applications communicate. The communications model impacts the performance, the ease to accomplish different communication transactions, the nature of detecting errors, and the robustness to different
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Community at RTI is an initiative aimed at bringing all of the members of our community together (customers, vendors, employees, future users, etc.) and providing them with resources to enable everyone to be successful using, developing, and working with our products. Community at RTI (PDF) from
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The foundation of the RTI Connext DDS family of solutions is the DDS Databus, a data-centric messaging bus for scalable, high-performance reliable infrastructure. The DDS Databus connects data within applications as well as across devices, systems and networks. It also delivers large data sets with
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DataWriter objects are responsible for sending type-specific data to one or more DataReaders.
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DDS (Data Distribution Service) is a specification for publish-subscribe data-distribution systems. The purpose of the specification is to provide a common application-level interface that clearly defines the data distribution service. The specification describes the service using UML, thus
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