guardee

guardee

(ˌɡɑːˈdiː)
n
(Military) informal Brit a guardsman, esp considered as representing smartness and dash
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Each sensor node (guardee) selects its guardian (a one-hop neighbor).
To establish a guardian-guardee relation between nodes in WSN, the centralized manager algorithm [1] supposes that a guardee node selects the nearest node as a guardian.
If a guardian has not received any messages from a guardee for a certain amount of time, the guardian deduces that the guardee has failed and sends a report failure containing the identity and the location of failed node to the manager robot (the failure detection and reporting stage).
Moving beyond the chasse guardee of a few disciplines can only be beneficial to the study of terrorism (11).
Mitch is a man-of-the-world of forty odd, handsome in the tall, angular English "guardee" tradition.
Then these bland Junos-gone-wrong, bare-shouldered and braceleted (as statuesque as feminine show-girl guardees) after a drink or two, will whisper to the outlandish sightseer that they are men .
Then these bland Junos-gone-wrong, bare-shouldered and braceleted (as statuesque as feminine showgirl guardees), after a drink or two, will whisper to the outlandish sightseer that they are men.