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Java timestamp set
A timestamp set is the collection of timestamps that are associated with an event. The latency framework API provides functions that developers can use to add, inspect, and remove timestamps from an event's timestamp set.
The timestamp set is represented as a dictionary of integer-float pairs, where the integer index refers to the location at which the timestamp was added and the floating-point time gives the time at which an event was there.

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