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packet switching

n.
A method of data transmission in which data is broken into small blocks that are transmitted over different channels and are reassembled into their original order at their destination.
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packet switching

n
(Computer Science) computing the concentration of data into units that are allocated an address prior to transmission
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Translations
commutation de paquets

packet switching

[ˈpækɪtˈswɪtʃɪŋ] n (Comput) → commutazione f di pacchetto
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The atomic ratios H/M obtained by H2 chemisorption for all catalysts, suggests an order particle size: PtCl/C < PdCl /C < PdN /C, which is closely related to the catalytic activity results.
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Right now, there's no single best way to treat PDN; doctors typically recommend a combination of controlling blood sugar and minimizing risk factors.
3 self-identified professional strengths or areas of expertise; (ii) a list of dietitians' strengths and expertise is compiled and shared; (iii) each dietitian refers to the list and meets with at least 2 individuals who have listed skills or expertise of interest to him/her; and (iv) dietitians document each PDN meeting on a "PDN Meeting Tracker" form and submit forms to department leaders in electronic or paper format.
If a board PDN has any very high impedance resonant points, that can indicate a possible radiation risk at those same frequencies.
The study found that those with PDN who received two low-dose rounds of a nonviral gene therapy called VM202 had significant improvement that lasted for months.
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The main goal of PDN design is to minimize the impedance between power and ground, across a range of frequencies.