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end-to-end control


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end-to-end control

end-to-end control

End-to-end foodweb control of fish production on Georges Bank

Investing to end epidemics: the role of the Global Fund to control TB by 2030

From ‘control to elimination’: a strategic change to win the end game

Comparison of outcomes following end-to-end hand-sewn and mechanical oesophagogastric anastomosis after oesophagectomy for carcinoma: a prospective randomized controlled trial

rh_tsp_map 3.0: end-to-end radiation hybrid mapping with improved speed and quality control

In vitro initial attachment of HIV-1 integrase to viral ends: control of the DNA specific interaction by the oligomerization state

RAD54 controls access to the invading 3′-OH end after RAD51-mediated DNA strand invasion in homologous recombination in Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Pathways From Religion to Advance Care Planning: Beliefs About Control Over Length of Life and End-of-Life Values

Early home-based group education to support informed decision-making among patients with end-stage renal disease: a multi-centre randomized controlled trial

SP365NUTRIENTS INTAKE ASSESSED WITH DIET HISTORY QUESTIONNAIRE II IN RELATIONS TO THE LONG-TERM CALCIUM-PHOSPHATE CONTROL IN HAEMODIALYSIS PATIENTS WITH END-STAGE RENAL FAILURE

Measurement of Activities of Human Serum Sulfotransferases Which Transfer Sulfate to the Galactose Residues of Keratan Sulfate and to the Nonreducing End N-Acetylglucosamine Residues of N-Acetyllactosamine Trisaccharide: Comparison between Normal Controls and Patients with Macular Corneal Dystrophy

 

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Control acting between two applications that are communicating across one or more networks. Data traversing a network must be protected against a number of possible forms of error. An individual unit of data may be corrupted, lost completely, or delivered more than once; successive units of data may be delivered in the wrong order. The sender may attempt to transmit data more quickly than the receiver can receive it, or some part of the route can actually carry it. Within the network, the transmitter and receiver at the two ends of an individual link will cooperate to control some of these errors, and this is known as point-to-point control. However, it may also be necessary to require the applications at each end of the overall connection to cooperate in protecting against other forms of error, and this is end-to-end control.

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