buffer state


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a small neutral state between two rival powers

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Based on the proposed optimal relay selection scheme, we define [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] and [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] as the transition probability matrices from buffer state category [F.sub.2] to [F.sub.1] and buffer state category [F.sub.1] to [F.sub.2] respectively.
Lee told Steinberg that he believes Japan may well go nuclear, and that the prospect of Japan with nuclear weapons is less bad in China's view than losing North Korea as a buffer state.
First, each group member in G-ER is required to report its buffer state to its leader: whenever a member is ready to broadcast its periodic DSDV routing update in G-ER, its current buffer state is collected and carried in the routing update packet.
The server can estimate the client buffer state as follows:
To make the rate control mechanism be effective, there should be frequent feedbacks from sender to the server so as to allow it to quickly react to the buffer state. In the proposed system, the receiver periodically sends feedback packets including its buffer state to the sender.
RTCP feedback periodically reports channel state, buffer state, and the network status information including RTT, packet loss rate.
Ambassador Chowdhury, who is also the former UN regional administrator of Kosovo, said: "Myanmar should allow a buffer state in Rakhine which will be monitored and controlled by the international forces.
Though Oli's desire to broaden Nepal's foreign policy horizons is a pragmatic measure aimed at lessening the country's dependence on either India or China, the reality is New Delhi still considers Nepal a buffer state against Beijing's advances.
Nepal is a special case - the classic buffer state. Ever since its founding in its modern manifestation in 1768, its raison d'etre and raison d'etat, as laid down by the great Prithvi Narayan Shah has been the unequivocal foreign policy of 'equidistance' from both Imperial China/Communist China and British India/ Republic of India (Bharat/ Hindusthan).
The proposed scheme defines the quality control region using the buffer state of the client.
After the two Anglo-Afghan wars, Afghanistan, now a buffer state, entered the new world order under British suzerainty.
Inhabited by the same tribe on either side of the Durand Line - the border demarcated in 1873 to create a buffer state between Czarist Russia and the British Indian Empire, the (Afghans) Pashtuns have more in common with their compatriots in Pakistan than any other.
Inhabited by the same tribe on either side of the Durand Line -- the border demarcated in 1873 to create a buffer state between Czarist Russia and the British Indian Empire, the (Afghans) Pashtuns have more in common with their compatriots in Pakistan than any other.
Based on the channel state information (CSI) and the buffer state information (BSI), these sub-problems are optimally solved by standard convex optimization methods.
Beijing wants a stable, docile, non-nuclear Korean buffer state. That would enhance China's regional influence, prevent the peninsula from being used as a tool of containment, spark allied requests for Chinese help to "manage" the North, and preserve a relationship with both historical and ideological significance.