multiaccess

multiaccess

(ˌmʌltɪˈæksɛs)
n
(Computer Science) computing a system in which several users are permitted to have apparently simultaneous access to a computer
Translations

multiaccess

[ˌmʌltɪˈæksɛs] adj (Comput) → ad accesso multiplo
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For this reason, single-access is not always sufficient for the treatment of kidney stones and multiaccess is sometimes required for stone removal.
As a matter of fact, network types with the value of 0 for the variable NT need to implement a DR and also a BDR as they are multiaccess networks, that meaning there might be more than two routers within a network segment.
For supporting applications with differential QoS, various techniques have been proposed by the telecommunication industries as part of the continuous evolution of cellular networks such as multiaccess edge computing (MEC) and network slicing [6].
In [20] authors present a 5G platform for IoT applications, and the platform is able for deploying Virtualized Multiaccess Edge Computing (vMEC) when required.
[21] Nicol 'o Michelusi, Michele Zorzi, "Optimal Random Multiaccess in Energy Harvesting Wireless Sensor Networks," in Proc.
Yeh and Cohen [19] considered single-hop scheduling over multiaccess fading channels when the capacity region of the users' service has a polymatroid structure [20].
The EPC is a multiaccess IP-based network that allows for a common core network for 3GPP and non-3GPP radio access and fixed access.
In the work, two methods are employed to eliminate cooperative data interference (CDI) and multiaccess interference (MAI).
If two or more nodes transmit signals simultaneously, their signals are required to be differentiated by using a multiaccess technique.
Patrons view internet-connected computers as multiaccess machines, not single-function devices.
The authors in [29] are designed a multiaccess wireless network architecture employing the Wi-Fi (WLANs), vehicular, worldwide interoperability for microwave access (WiMAX), and long-term evolution 4G (LTE) technologies, supporting a continuous and wireless connection for the ongoing vehicular applications.

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