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path vector protocol

A routing protocol, sometimes known as a policy routing protocol, that is used to span different autonomous systems. EGP and BGP are examples. The routing table maintains the autonomous systems that are traversed in order to reach the destination system. Contrast with distance vector protocol and link state protocol. See autonomous system, routing protocol, EGP and BGP.
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The reference flight path vector is calculated in translational kinematic control loop based on the target trajectory.
Replace [??] with ideal derivatives of flight path vector [??], which is calculated by the linear controller.
(1) When the individual violates constraint (12), duplicate grid center is searched and deleted, and TSP algorithm is used to calculate the path vector which traverses all grid centers in the individual.
Then, the decimation of path vector produces a minimum amount of navigation points, which are sent to the robot, as shown in Figure 12.
RIPv2 [17]) and inter-domain path vector routing protocol (e.g.
[22] proposed various security mechanisms using hash tree chain, tree-authenticated one-way chains and a one-way Merkle-Winternitz (MW) chain (new cryptographic mechanism) for distance vector routing protocol and cumulative authentication mechanism for path vector routing protocol against DoS attack.
BGP is a path vector protocol or a variant of a Distance-vector routing protocol.
Sobrinho, "Network routing with path vector protocols: theory and applications," in Proceedings of the Conference on Applications, Technologies, Architectures, and Protocols for Computer Communications (SIGCOMM '03), pp.
2 FLIGHT PATH INDICATOR--FPI symbol shows where the aircraft flight vector is going without regard to where the nose is pointed or rate of change in path vector.
En la figura 5 se puede apreciar la topologia de red usada para todas las simulaciones y en la figura 6 se puede ver el resultado de las simulaciones ejecutadas para cada uno de los protocolos OSPF-TE y BGP con sus respectivos algoritmos de enrutamiento, Dijkstra y Path Vector respectivamente, para un escenario en el cual no se presenta ninguna falla en la red y el mecanismo de autodescubrimiento opera de forma normal.
El tema de definicion de cual protocolo es el mas apto para esta labor aun es discutido por expertos, puesto que la implementacion de uno u otro protocolo depende de factores como el costo, el uso, la eficiencia entre algoritmos Path Vector y Dijkstra y las politicas.
Rendimiento, este factor concierne directamente al comportamiento de cada uno de los algoritmos path vector vs Link State Protocol, en cuanto a rendimiento, lo cual fue analizado en este trabajo.