LLNS

AcronymDefinition
LLNSLawrence Livermore National Security
LLNSLandau-Lifshitz-Navier-Stokes (equations)
LLNSLyons Lavey Nickel Swift, Inc. (New York, NY)
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M-RPL uses variable length DIO intervals based on network conditions, as they are more suitable for LLNs.
RPL is the standard protocol recommended by IETF for IPv6 based LLNs. The current standard of RPL supports single path routing.
Routing Protocol for Low Power and Lossy Networks (RPL) [8] is proposed as an IPv6 routing protocol for LLNs by the ROLL [9] Working Group in the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).
Measured spirometric values, predicted values, and LLNs calculated using both reference equations are shown in Table 1.
The mean predicted values and LLNs calculated using the GLI equations were significantly (p < 0.01) different from those produced using the Gore equations, excluding mean predicted [FEV.sub.1]/ FVC (Table 1).
The link layers typically used in LLNs impose strict limitations on packet sizes: in IEEE 802.15.4, the maximum physical layer packet size is 127 bytes and the resulting maximum frame size at the mac-layer is 102 bytes.
Although there are various low-layer technologies more commonly (and, perhaps, more viably) used for LLNs (power line communication, 802.15.4, low-power wifi, Bluetooth low energy, etc.), 802.11 provides basic distributed mechanisms for channel access, such as DCF (distributed coordination function), CSMA/CA (carrier sense multiple access with collision avoidance).
To evaluate the recruitment of [T.sub.reg] induced by ASCs treatment, the LLN cells were cultured in plate-coated anti-CD3 for 3 hours from the LLNs of OVA-induced asthmatic mice and ASC-treated asthmatic mice.
And strong ties still exist between LLNL and UC: the school is now a partner in LLNS.