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multicast

(ˈmʌltɪˌkɑːst)
n
(Computer Science) a broadcast from one source simultaneously to several receivers on a network
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The largest systems are typically ones where performance demands are limited to short bursts of multicasts, far from the rates seen in Figure 1 [Birman 1999].
A May 2019 launch is planned, with a full roll-out that includes MVPD distribution (digital multicasts are included on cable systems in many markets), as well as via OTT means — a necessity at the dawn of the 2020s.
Specifically, there are two multicasts in this network; i.e., source node [s.sub.1] sends data to the destination node set [T.sub.1] = {[t.sub.1], [t.sub.3]} and source node [s.sub.2] sends data to the destination node set [T.sub.2] = {[T.sub.2], [t.sub.4]}.
Medard, "Wireless Inter-Session Network Coding-An Approach Using Virtual Multicasts," in Proc.
The set of the whole networkis denoted by N, the number of all switches is n, the set of the switches in one secure multicast path is denoted by S (S c N), the number of switches is s, the number of the multicasts in the network is l, and the attacker is denoted by A.
Consequently, the source multicasts the video bursts to the considered clients.
The flexible, IP streaming solution multicasts an HDMI signal to up to 256 screens on an Ethernet network.
Because EtherNet/IP I/O messages are scheduled, it is possible to predict scan time performance over industrial wireless systems if the following conditions are met: 1) packets per second performance of wireless technology, 2) wireless behavior in multipoint systems (handling of UDP Multicasts), and 3) number of CIP connections.
It is being repositioned to channel 233 beginning June 21 in an effort to group the multicasts closer together, Wilson said.
The copy creation minimizes the communication overhead in the multicast routing.
Multicast services in MMR network is an efficient and power saving mechanism which also facilitates the subscribers with strong protection from theft of service by encrypting the broadcast connections within the subscribers, and the serving multihop relay base station (MR-BS).
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