network node


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network node

(networking)
(node) An addressable device attached to a computer network. If the node is a computer it is more often called a "host".
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In this step, topology structure is transformed into network node diagram.
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Figure 8 shows the operation of individual EGT-based overlay network node. In this scheme, nodes are randomly bootstrapped into an arbitrary network structure.
(4) Every network node has the same physical structure except sink node.
An average number of data packets arrive at a network node in unit time, which reflects how fast the data packets arrive at a network node.
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In a complex network, removing a small amount if the vast majority of nodes in the network node is still connected, may be considered the connectivity of the network node failure robust.

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