A-STAR

AcronymDefinition
A-STARAnchor-Based Street and Traffic Aware Routing
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In this paper, we propose a novel approach based on the skeletonization of the navigable space along with an adapted A-star path planner for aerial vehicles.
Its biggest recall was in February 2010 when a faulty fuel pump was replaced in more than 1 lakh A-Star hatchbacks, its flagship export model.
The Celerio will retain the same 1.0-litre three-cylinder K Series engine that powers the A-Star and Alto K10, with a similar power output of 67bhp.
Anchor-based street and traffic aware routing (A-STAR) [8] is a connectivity-aware routing protocol which uses city bus route information.
As to the above problems, this paper presents a new routing method called CAF which means a cluster algorithm and A-star with fuzzy approach for lifetime enhancement in WSNs.
More youngsters in Walsall this year look to have got five or more A-star to C grades than ever before - with an increase in those making the achievement up by more than five per cent.
Small car maker, Maruti Suzuki India Ltd (BOM:532500) is said to be considering to launch an automatic transmission version of its popular compact car A-Star in next two-three weeks.
Plans are also underway to source 35,000 units of A-Star from Maruti Suzuki this year, which is sold under the brand name 'Pixo' in Europe.
To drive growth, it continued to launch fuel-efficient models like the A-Star and the Ritz.
To really stand out from the crowd, children need a string of A-star grades and the education system must now ultimately look at how best to deal with the increasing pressure this places on them.
"Maruti s A-star is the company s flagship export model.
Radio telescopes in Hawaii, Arizona and California aimed at Sagittarius A* (also called A-star) obtained the image.