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sub·net

 (sŭb′nĕt′)
n.
A system of interconnections within a communications system that allows the components to communicate directly with each other.

subnet

(ˈsʌbˌnɛt)
n
a part of a network
Translations

subnet

n (Comput) → Teilnetz nt
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The researcher can create a subnetwork of a chosen pathway for further analysis and understanding.
The EU-ANSA is a subnetwork of the EU Agencies Network.
He said that "beyond Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, we're seeing a fair number of people using Pinterest, Instagram and even VinedIn," the Twitter subnetwork for oenophiles.
Some of these differences were statistically significant: the overall inter-hemispheric CPL (LInter-H) and the overall left and right intra-hemispheric CPL (LIntra-H) were significantly longer in the patient group than in the control group; the subnetwork inter-hemispheric CPLs for the left and right frontal lobes (LInter-F), temporal lobes (LInter-T), and subcortical structures (LInter-S) were significantly longer in patients than controls; and the subnetwork right intra-hemispheric CPL for the frontal lobe (LIntra-F) was significantly longer in patients than in controls.
The first (second) subnetwork contains only left-handed (right-handed) players with associated links, respectively.
In order to match the input and output impedance to 50 ohm respectively, the characteristic impedance of the microstrip should be set as high impedance due to the parallel subnetwork.
Apart from the use of a dual-series subnetwork as the basic building block, the design idea is based on the insertion of losses in the network.
A k-core subnetwork with a k-value of 12 was located at the core status within the large scale gene network (Figure 3).
There are millions of documents across hundreds of sites and servers so is it really impractical to duplicate the data stores, whether that is in the cloud, the DMZ--a subnetwork that exposes an organization's external services to untrusted networks--or elsewhere?
In section 5, we study the effect of the absence of subnetwork in F on the asynchronous state graph of f, which is a directed graph on [{0,1}.
This is necessary in order that the vehicles sent from one traffic subnetwork to another arrive in correct time step (Potuzak & Herout, 2009).
To illustrate the usefulness of the new mapping we analyse two real-world networks (1) (i) the global neuronal network of the nematode (roundworm) Caenorhabditis elegans, and (ii) a local subnetwork of 131 frontal neurons of the same organism; see [14].