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routeing

(networking)
(US "routing") /roo'ting/ The process, performed by a router, of selecting the correct interface and next hop for a packet being forwarded.

This is the British and international standard spelling.

See also Exterior Gateway Protocol, Interior Gateway Protocol.
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(40) Nonetheless, this first routeing rested on poor quality maps and crossed the area known as the 10,000 staircases which, as its name suggests, was unsuitable for railway construction.
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The automated tower and apron control operations suite, including the basic A-SMGCS functions routeing, guidance, and conformance monitoring/alerting--the latter deactivated due to the scope of the validation--was provided by Freiburg-based ATRiCS.
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Optimal liner fleet routeing strategies, Maritime Policy and Management 23(3): 249-259.
"As the runway will be extended further south, there will be a change to the routeing of aircraft after taking off to the south.
on Safety of Navigation, Proposal: Routeing of Ships, Ship Reporting and Related Matters: Amendment qf the Traffic Separation Scheme in the Bay of Fundy and Approaches, [paragraph] 3.2, NAV 48/3/5 (Apr.
The High Court in Glasgow heard Cameron was cultivating the drug on an industrial scale, powering the cannabis factory by illegally routeing the electricity supply.
Markov paths on the Poisson-Delaunay graph with applications to routeing in mobile networks.
In the satellite communications division, Met Office industry-specific forecasts can anticipate operational difficulties, ensure enough bandwidth is available and modify signal routeing.