balanced network

balanced network

[′bal·ənst ¦net‚wərk]
(electricity)
Hybrid network in which the impedances of the opposite branches are equal.
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The proposed work LDOSAR, designed with the goal of achieving the maximized network lifetime with balanced network parameters.
aDemand and economies are changing and a balanced network allows you to handle change in the industry.
By offloading processing-intensive application identification tasks at the wireless network's edge, the platform helps dramatically reduce centralized 40 Gbps link bottlenecks, thereby enabling optimized and balanced network loading.
Local authorities must have flexible funding to ensure a balanced network of bus services with more encouragement to not-for-profit solutions which are flourishing in the community transport sector.
A likely consequence is poorly balanced network load, which hurts the overall service quality of all clients, as well as causes inefficient utilization of the network resources.
Latin American TEs, we find that balanced network size and network scope in the respective institutional settings enhance the degree of transnational venture activities.
It isn't official, but there's so much teeing up of these tea bagging events by the fair and balanced network that you'd think Lipton is their chief advertiser.
Overall, CBS remains the most balanced network, winning or challenging for the lead every weeknight while getting enough help from NFL overruns to compete on Sundays.
Flybe chairman Jim French said the company was now a "much stronger business", with good cash reserves and a more balanced network.
These LBB Longitudinal Bridges connect the input and outputs of 50[ohm] network analyzers to the balanced network of interest.
The answer of course is that all living things are part of a complex, delicately balanced network called the biosphere.
Planners have known for at least three years that the development of Millennium Place, at the junction of Trinity Street and Hales Street, will upset the finely balanced network of bus routes through the city centre.