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We can fix it by providing LaTeX with explicit hyphenation specification for the problem words, e.g., `syn\-chroni\-zation``inter\-face``aaa\-aaa\-aaa`, disregard the last one).
It also makes sense to tell LaTeX that it's okay to have long white spaces in the table of contents, because the alternative that we can observe above looks far uglier. In order to permit that, use the macro `\sloppy` (it is commented out in the example listing above). This is what we get as the result: