subscriber set

subscriber set

[səb′skrīb·ər ‚set]
(communications)
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Given the subscriber set "U", we use two metrics to profile its characteristics:(a) traffic volume (labeled as V), defined as the number of bytes above transport layer consumed by all subscribers; (b) signaling overhead (labeled as S), defined as the total signaling messages involved in creating and deleting sessions by all subscribers and containing two parts: one part is the signaling overheads for radio resource control, and the number of signaling messages is estimated based on the signaling exchanges by the RRC state transitions [3]; the other part is the signaling overheads of PDP context control, and the number of messages in this part are counted directly from our dataset (and this part of signaling overheads are not taken into consideration by the previous works [3, 4]).
And for subscriber set [U.sub.i], V([U.sub.i]) (or S([U.sub.i])) represents the total traffic volume (signaling overheads) consumed by these subscribers as defined above.
If the subscriber sets a threshold that is too large, the system calculates 10,000 results based on the threshold.
The subscriber sets up filters for keywords in the "subject", "from" and/or "text" fields for incoming email.
The subscriber sets the maximum amount that can be charged, and chooses a PIN number, which authorizes charges and changes.

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