multiple fault

multiple fault

[′məl·tə·pəl ′fȯlt]
(geology)
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For example, BOSS LINK Manager can have multiple fault management instances throughout the network giving it the ability to easily manage large regional networks with a high number of elements and enormous bandwidth use, as is the case with IPTV and Digital Video Broadcasting networks.
Syrian society is a religious and ethnic mosaic with multiple fault lines.
This work showed that Treasure Island had the right geology (the granophyric zone), a change in geological orientation and major structural features like the Boulder-Lefroy Fault with a lot of evidence of multiple fault splays coming off the Boulder-Lefroy Fault as well as tremendous surface evidence of the gold bearing quartz veins on the Island (see ASX releases dated 1st November 2010, 25th November2010 & 4th March 2011).
In addition to using fault models based on Dynamic Bayesian Networks and Hidden Markov Models, data fusion is used to combine fault detection results from multiple fault models in an attempt to achieve a more accurate fault detection outcome.
The first approach is relatively easy to deploy but lacks the power and flexibility needed to deal with multiple fault occurrences, multiple vendor hardware, or changing needs over time.
This is one of the multiple fault lines between the Palestinians and Israel.
Ha, "Service Restoration Methodology for Multiple Fault Case in Distribution Systems," IEEE Trans.
Multiple fault tests were run on the freezer combining evaporator fouling with the other four faults.
There are multiple fault lines racking the country and breaking the country apart.
Safety-critical functions include an integrated sensor for component temperature monitoring, multiple fault conditions for system flexibility, built-in write protection registers for critical functions, and on-chip clock synthesis that allows shutdown for system damage protection.
A 7 7/8-inch pilot hole was drilled through granite formations with multiple fault zones 78 meters below sea level and 28 meters below the deepest part of the channel.
Rajsia, Analysis and Methodology for Multiple Fault Diagnosis, IEEE Transaction on Computer Aided Design of Integrated Circuits and System, Volume 25, No.

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