[reed-throo] /ˈridˌθru/ noun 1. (def 1). 2. (def 7). readthrough read·through (rēd’thrōō’) n. Transcription of a nucleic acid sequence beyond its normal termination sequence.
- Real-time euclid
Real-time language, restriction to time-bounded constructs. [“Real-Time Euclid: A Language for Reliable Real-Time Systems”, E. Kligerman et al, IEEE Trans Software Eng SE-12(9):941-1986-09-949].
- Real-time mentat
An extension of C++. “Real-Time Mentat: A Data-Driven Object-Oriented System”, A.S. Grimshaw et al, Proc IEEE Globecom, Nov 1989 pp.232-241.
- Real-time operating system
operating system (RTOS) Any operating system where interrupts are guaranteed to be handled within a certain specified maximum time, thereby making it suitable for control of hardware in embedded systems and other time-critical applications. RTOS is not a specific product but a class of operating systems. [Other criteria?] (1998-02-27)