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Synonyms for node

Synonyms for node

a connecting point at which several lines come together

any thickened enlargement

(botany) the small swelling that is the part of a plant stem from which one or more leaves emerge

(physics) the point of minimum displacement in a periodic system

(astronomy) a point where an orbit crosses a plane

any bulge or swelling of an anatomical structure or part

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To suppress the INI in asymmetric dual link, we add the received power information of communication nodes in control frame.
Selection of recovery nodes to replace the faulty nodes;
Shabut [2], Avoid the selfish and misbehaving nodes of bad-mouthing, ballot-stuffing and collusion attacks under the concept of Trust computation, Recommendation manager component and Cluster manager components.
You can also download new nodes if you don't see what you need (such as facial recognition and interfaces to a variety of physical devices).
Then, the parent node will be initiated a search for alternative nodes request, and through the parent node adjacent home node and neighbor node child nodes for node replacement failure to establish a link between.
3]Togn) when operated under sufficient-energy and energy-constrained scenarios respectively, where n is the number of nodes in the network and T is the total number of rounds of data gathering; O([n.
In this paper, we mainly revises the routing discovery process of AODV, we increase the RANGE field (used to record the routing pipe radius) and the location coordinate of the node (whenever the node will starts a new routing or forwards the broadcast packet, the node add its location coordinates in the RREQ packet), the improved algorithm only makes that the nodes which is in the routing pipe and close to the destination node can forward the packets.
Overall, patients who had more than 30 nodes removed were 29% less likely to die than those who had 10 or fewer nodes removed.
1-4) We present a case of papillary thyroid carcinoma in a branchial cyst that metastasized to a lymph node in a patient whose normally situated thyroid was free of disease.
For stage I patients with 0 nodes harvested, median survival was 132 months; for 1-7 nodes, it was 138 months; for 8-14 nodes, it was 131 months; and for more than 15 nodes, 149 months.
Corresponding formulas in cells M6 through M20 calculate the intrinsic value for each of the other 15 terminal nodes in column H of exhibit 1.
Some CNS systems are designed to be future-proof by using commodity-based server technology for their controller nodes.
A new panicle studded with gadolinium ions may soon help surgeons extract only those nodes most likely to harbor cancer, say its developers.
Star Nodes are battery operated, can accommodate up to two sensor inputs, as well as serial I/O, support a dry contact output, and communicate bi-directionally with Mesh Nodes and Bridge Nodes.
In a data network environment, many nodes of the network may share a communication medium for transmitting data packets, and the scheme of organizing and scheduling transmission of the data packets is called medium access control (MAC).