message routing

message routing

[′mes·ij ‚rüd·iŋ]
(communications)
Selection of the communication path over which a message is sent.
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It handles message routing, emergency voice evacuation, local amplification for lecture halls and other functions on a single platform.
It is highly simple and easy protocol to deploy for message routing in OPPNETs.
SAP Information Collaboration Hub for Life Sciences facilitates message routing, verification and connectivity.
It offers guaranteed message delivery, message routing, transactions, prioritization, and a simple type system for message body types.
Kapua provides a core integration framework and an initial set of services for device registry, device management, message routing, data management and application enablement.
Users will be able to manage key communication functions by setting their availability to enable proper message routing. Panic calls in "man-down" emergency situations can also be initiated right from the wrist.
Furthermore, DNS processing complements Diameter functionality to optimise message routing to provide scalability.
By defining standardized service interfaces and message routing, the UVnegotiate incompatibilities of communicating applications, arrange their interactions, and build the integrated servicesaccessible for wide access and re-use.
This hierarchical structure for message routing in Figure 5, as opposed to direct communication between components, contributes in part to the performance issues of JAUS [2] and is something we will address in our experiments.
To improve and streamline communication efforts, the Navy has developed a new message routing system known as the Command and Control Office Information Exchange (C2OIX), which is more efficient, more affordable, and last but not least, easier to read.
A delay-tolerant network (DTN) is an architecture that provides a common method for interconnecting heterogeneous gateways or proxies that employ store-and-forward message routing to overcome communication disruptions [2].
DTN message routing schemes have been generally made by adopting various heuristics [3-9].

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