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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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The methods above both require use of an AP node to globally control the stations, and thus these methods can only be applied in centralized wireless networks.
The first assumption is that all sensed data are forwarded from sources to a central node called Base Station (BS) via Cluster-Heads (CH).
In 2ACK concepts [12], Packet send node expected two Acknowledgements from two hop neighbor node.
Node-RED includes an impressive set of nodes that will make you immediately productive.
As Figure 2 shows the node is added to the sample node notifies the node K to join the network, and K is the routing table neighbors and children is full.
The performance metrics evaluated are the tree lifetime, delay per round, energy lost per node, energy lost per round, fairness of node usage, node lifetime, network lifetime, coverage loss time and fraction of coverage loss.
In the paper, We propose the G-AODV routing protocol which is based on geometric routing protocol, the protocol add some geometric information to optimize the AODV routing protocol, that is, using the geometric routing protocol optimize the flooding broadcasting algorithm in the routing discovery process, and limit the number of forward node in the network, thereby reduce the routing overhead in the network.
Among the node-negative patients, 762 (16%) had 10 or fewer nodes removed, 1,709 (37%) had 11-20 nodes removed, 1,251 (27%) had 21-30 nodes removed, and 926 (20%) had more than 30 nodes removed.
Histopathology of the specimen revealed cystic degeneration within a lymph node and the presence of thyroid tissue, most of which was effaced with papillary carcinoma (figure).
BOSTON -- Resection of at least 15 nodes improves colon cancer survival at all stages, according to a study presented by Dr.
After developing a stock-price tree, the next step is to calculate the intrinsic value of the option at each terminal node by subtracting the option's exercise price (B8) from the stock price at that node.
They can add the new node with the latest advancements to the cluster migrating data transparently.
Based on the Sensimesh distributed mesh network architecture, the H900 Wireless SensorNet System enables inexpensive low power sensor nodes to communicate directly with one another, in either full mesh, partial mesh, or hub and spoke configurations.
They use an infinite-node model with Poisson arrivals, assuming that no node ever has more than one packet arrive at it.
That's why cancer surgeons often remove and examine nodes as they plan treatments.