transmission control protocol

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Noun1.transmission control protocol - a protocol developed for the internet to get data from one network device to anothertransmission control protocol - a protocol developed for the internet to get data from one network device to another; "TCP uses a retransmission strategy to insure that data will not be lost in transmission"
communications protocol, protocol - (computer science) rules determining the format and transmission of data
TCP/IP, transmission control protocol/internet protocol - a set of protocols (including TCP) developed for the internet in the 1970s to get data from one network device to another
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Each node has only one routing entry for each destination stored in the routing table, If the node receives more than one route for the same destination, it chooses the freshest sequence number and if the sequence number for all routes does not differ, the node will choose the path with fewer hop counts.
Many researchers have designed different schemes to overcome the performance losses caused by the sequence number attacks by targeting the common routines that the adversary follows [3].
The sink calculates the estimated weight of a node as the sum of the estimated weights of the directed edges originating from the node (as reported by its neighbors); the sink selects the node with the largest estimated weight to be the LEADER node (root node) of the new DG tree that is to be setup and sends a TREE-INITIATE message (including a sequence number) to the chosen root node to begin the construction of the new DG tree.
This protocol adds a new attribute, sequence number, to each route table entry at each node.
In DSDV each node keeps a routing table which contains route to every possible destination, number of hop to the destination and a sequence number assigned by the destination node.
In January 1998, there were 15500 sequence species included in EMBL, and the sequence number is currently more than one million, more than 50% of which are biological sequences.
In the 3-plant system total manufacturing costs are minimised in the case of the combination of production sequence number 2 by 80 monetary units comparing them with the best result for 1000 simulations (see Table 1).
Information about these extra parameters can be retrieved for specific messages using the message's unique id and sequence number, as well as for multiple messages based on these parameters.
However, because the latency and other networking-related characteristics of asymmetric paths can be significantly different and sensitive to variations, there is a high probability that a packet with lower sequence number sent over a low-quality path (e.g., a slower path) arrive at the receiver later than a packet with higher sequence number sent over a high-quality path (e.g., a faster path).
The NOTAM format always has the name of the affected facility, followed by the month of issuance (06) and a sequence number (no.
At the same time, in the process of PrefixSpan algorithm implementation, due to the projection sequence number is less than the minimum support of basic projection database, support will not be more than the minimum number of the frequent items, so in IPMSP algorithm only scans the projection when the database is the frequent items, while by comparing the projection sequence number and the minimum support database contains, abandoned mining sequence number is less than the minimum support projection database, early exit projection database for further mining, reduce scanning impossible frequent sequence projection database, so as to improve the efficiency of algorithm implementation as figure 3.
The parties can log in to their efiling website and by quoting a Unique Transaction Sequence Number provided in the letter sent to them, can link their transaction with their PAN easily.