querier


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The query message contains an identification (msg-id), a querier node identification (querier-node-id), a threshold value (th), and a hop counter (he).
In order to evaluate the performance of ASBPQL we implemented a tool, namely, ASBPQL Querier, that supports compliance checking for business process models with ASBPQL.
The original querier is, of course, Barnett Newman, writing about his paintings of the same name and about the "purists and formalists who have put a mortgage on red, yellow and blue, transforming these colors into an idea that destroys them as colors." De Duve, returning to Newman's text fourteen years later--seemingly light-years away from the painter's aesthetic moment--responds by posing two new, paradoxical questions, with a pair of historical addressees: the pioneers of modernism who broke with Western painting's past in the turn to nonobjective painting, on the one hand, and those artists, critics, and historians in the present of 1983 over whom modernism no longer held sway, on the other.
(There will be no such flights if the database is consistent with its constraints.) It would be better, however, for the database system to inform the querier that there can be no such flights because of the Washington, D.C., flight regulations.
Between the available values, we can mention the querier location parameter which enables the MN to send the query request with its current location information.