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PCE

(Path Computation Element) An application that computes a network path in a large network. Similar in purpose to the software-defined networking OpenFlow protocol, PCE was proposed in the 2006-2009 time frame by AT&T and Cisco, among others, but did not gain the traction of OpenFlow. See OpenFlow and software-defined networking.
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Factors contributing to the decrease in real GDP for the second quarter were primarily negative output in various categories including private inventory investment, nonresidential fixed investment, residential fixed investment, personal consumption expenditures, and exports.
Early in 1995, the growth of personal spending - as measured by personal consumption expenditures - slowed sharply, increasing a meager 0.
After slipping about 1 percent year over year for the second quarter of 2001, personal consumption expenditures on home-related items increased in the second half of the year.
Personal consumption expenditures are expected to increase slightly, to nearly 70 percent of GDP.
Real personal consumption expenditures grew $45 billion in the first quarter, compared to an increase of $37.
In 1989, Americans used a little under 10 percent of their total personal consumption expenditures (PCE) on food at home--the lowest share in the world.
Personal consumption expenditures account for two-thirds of total GNP.
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