selective transmission

selective transmission

[si′lek·tiv tranz·mish·ən]
(mechanical engineering)
A gear transmission with a single lever for changing from one gear ratio to another; used in automotive vehicles.
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Namely, this scheme can generate many clusters under the selective transmission attack.
Therefore, this attack is called as selective transmission attack hereafter.
This was essential because the objectives of two attacks (that is, silence attack and selective transmission attack) conflict with each other.
The commitment based scheme and the seed based scheme have no defense mechanism when compromised nodes try to break the agreement property by invoking selective transmission attacks.
The government of India and theAsian Development Bank inked a $350 million loan for selective transmission and distribution system improvements cruicial for meeting the increasing demand of power in the state of Madhya Pradesh.
Keen goes on to show how its modular structure and reliance on ancient authorities were important in permitting and encouraging wholesale and selective transmission of Bartholomew's text down the centuries.
364, Bracketed is the authors' own interpretation) For Bernstein, recontextualization is a dynamic process in which different discourses "are appropriated and brought into a special relationship with each other, for the purpose of their selective transmission and acquisition" (Bernstein, 2000, pp.
As a sociologist of education, Bernstein argues that recontextualization is concerned with the construction of a pedagogical discourse that "is a principle for appropriating other discourses and bringing them into a special relation with each other for the purpose of their selective transmission and acquisition" (Bernstein, 1996:47).
Neutrons are polarized in the vertical direction by selective transmission through a polarized [.
By collecting lessons from Democrats and Republicans alike, The White House World moves beyond the traditional system of selective transmission across administrations.
The Government of India and Asian Development Bank (ADB) signed here yesterday a $350 million loan for selective transmission and distribution system improvements critical for meeting the growing demand of power in Madhya Pradesh.
The scope of the project is selective transmission and distribution system improvements critical for meeting the growing demand of power in Madhya Pradesh.
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