CNDS

AcronymDefinition
CNDSCommunication Networks and Distributed Systems Modeling and Simulation Conference
CNDSCenter for Networking and Distributed Systems (Johns Hopkins University)
CNDSComputer Networks and Distributed Systems (conference; research)
CNDSCondensate
CNDSCrank-Nicolson Direct-Splitting
CNDSCalling Name Delivery Service (Ameritech)
CNDSCall Number Delivery System
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First author Meichen Yu, a post-doctoral fellow in the CNDS, conducted statistical analyses to determine the associations between temporal correlations in connectivity within and between 10 well-established, large-scale resting state networks (RSNs) and clinical measures, including both past history of trauma and current clinical symptoms, such as depression, anxiety, suicidality.
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High aspect ratio, defects, and surface functionalities govern the properties of CNDs, which strongly depends upon the precursor material and synthetic conditions [21].
Yaghmaee, "Designing a prediction-based clustering algorithm for target tracking in wireless sensor networks," in Proceedings of the International Symposium on Computer Networks and Distributed Systems (CNDS '11), pp.
After receiving the extrinsic messages at the VNDs and CNDs, the log-likelihood-ratio based belief-propagation (LLR-BP) decoding is performed.
It represents the author's recent reflections on CDS in general and Chinese discourse studies (CNDS) in particular.
The committee has recommended that the CNDS must be made an autonomous organization to be managed by a Board of Governors having sufficient administrative and financial powers to take prudent decisions and minimizing risks which must include public-private sector professional instead of managing it as a section of the ministry of Finance.
"There are huge numbers of nominations for each award so the CNDS has done remarkably to stand out," said a NAS spokesman.
CNDs with null deletion (i.e., 0-copy) frequencies between 0.3 and 0.7 were identified by in silico analysis of 2 high-resolution data sets.
Berenjkoub, "An anonymous secure routing protocol for mobile ad hoc networks," in Proceedings of the International Symposium on Computer Networks and Distributed Systems (CNDS '11), pp.