What is a Collision Vector?
A collision vector is a representation of forbidden latencies in a binary form. It serves as a mechanism to indicate which latencies are prohibited within the context of a reservation table. The value of each bit in the collision vector informs whether the corresponding latency is forbidden (1) or allowed (0).
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