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While transmitting multi or five-sensory information after transduction, the concept of temporal consistency becomes an important issue at the receiving end from the point of view of context. Any violation of temporal consistency among the different decoded sensory information can lead to a failure of context, thereby making the multisensory system ineffective in creating unified percept and bringing in reality to any scene. Therefore, when a multisensory information is captured, transduced and the resulting convergent (fused or mashed) information is transmitted as a multimedia information, and again reverse - transduced and interpreted at the receiving end, the temporal constraints among the different sensory responses need to be consistent and preserved.
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