misroute

misroute

(ˌmɪsˈruːt)
vb (tr)
to send the wrong way or by a wrong route
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to delay, damage, discard, or misroute packets, or to analyze the traffic stream.
If you can't handle adventure then stay in Iowa, where a non-instrument rated pilot contacted AFSS for a briefing: Thank you for calling VFR-Not-Recommended Service; how may we misroute your call?
Complex bureaucracies misroute information; the amount of intelligence proves to be excessive rather than insufficient, and salient indicators are buried in a clutter of information; false alarms foster a "crywolf" syndrome and make victims less sensitive to warning information; uncertainty leads decisionmakers to search for more information, which delays response; enemy deception derails the interpretation of warning data; the victim finds out that an attack is coming, but not where, when, or how it will occur, which hampers response; warnings are disregarded because the indicated attack seems strategically irrational for the enemy, and the evidence is explained away as diplomatic muscle-flexing.
Furthermore, it is frequently possible for a third party to alter, forge, or misroute packets before they reach the monitoring point.
i+1] distance has already been reduced to zero, then misroute.
The complex menu system often took customers up to a minute to navigate, and a misroute rate of 25 percent was estimated to cost the company millions of dollars in agent retransfers.
If they misroute your luggage and then lose it, that's a $500-plus information error.
FIGURE 1 Exception Failure Description Code Flat Car Shortage A Dray company missed cutoff B Chassis Shortage C Truck Maintenance D Shipper Misroute E FIGURE 2 PRICING STRUCTURE COMPARISON - INTERMODAL AND TAILORED TRANSPORTATION REP Quote Basis Intermodal Tailored Transportation RFP Geography Point-to-Point Region-to-Region Metric Single rate Per Mile rate
The complex menu system often took customers up to a minute to navigate, and a misroute rate of25 percent was estimated to cost the company millions of dollars in agent retransfers.
Within three months of deploying speech recognition customer satisfaction for time of access increased by 4 percent, customer satisfaction for ease of access increased by 3 percent, and the average estimated misroute run-rate percentage for select IVR applications dropped two percentage points to 4 percent.
But work by Conn and others revealed that, when the proteins are misfolded, the cell's "quality control system" misroutes them within the cell and they cease to function only because of that misrouting.