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DMs

abbreviation for
(Clothing & Fashion) Doc Martens

DMS

(in Britain) abbreviation for
(Education) Diploma in Management Studies
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While good work is underway across the North Seas region to better connect countries, we need a single architect to design a meshed grid based on the SuperNode.
Global Banking News-December 29, 2016--Korean central bank planning to create supernode to oversee blockchain transactions
have devised a supernode caching scheme to decrease the number of memory accesses [13].
Having few number of defense mechanisms is the reason behind the vulnerability of the Peer-to-Peer file sharing networks to many security attacks ; according to this hundreds of viruses have used the P2P as a propagation vector, the authors have described how KaZaA works and shares files and explained the concept of supernode and indexing process for the hosts, where the connection between hosts is encrypted with a key exchanged at the beginning of the session, also they have discussed about Krawler (A KaZaA Crawler), which has two main components : the dispatcher, which maintains a list of super nodes and the fetcher, which is responsible for communicating with the Dispatcher, Updating process and Sending Queries.
The SuperNode is delivered over Level 3 Communication's low-latency network routes across the U.
An adaptive beamforming connection (a phased array of antennas that transmits in a focused pattern without having to physically steer the antennas--particularly useful in counteracting jammers) could well be made between the Hap and a ground station or network supernode.
The New Intel Xeon Processor 7500 series is featured in the Bull Supernode system at CEA, newly listed at No.
Napster employed a supernode at its main indexing servers.
646, 660-61 (2006) (explaining standard and supernode peer-to-peer software).
As mentioned already, there may be situations where the supernode may produce cascading breakdowns in hubs and nodes directly connected to it, which could eventually bring down a network.
It uses no more storage than a sparse Cholesky factorization of a positive definite matrix with the same sparsity structure due to restricting the pivoting to interchanges within the diagonal block associated to a single supernode.