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MWMegawatt
MWMerriam-Webster
MWMilliwatt
MWMuseums and the Web
MWMolecular Weight
MWMicrowave
MWMidwest
MWMediawiki (open sofware)
MWMalawi (ISO country code, top level domain)
MWModern Warfare (gaming)
MWMedium Wave (see MF)
MWMost Wanted
MWMicrosoft Word
MWMontenegro
MWMicrosoft Windows
MWMillimeter Wave
MWMark Wahlberg (actor)
MWMaster of Wine
MWMevrouw (Dutch: Mrs.)
MWMorrowind (computer game)
MWMuslim World
MWMilky Way
MWMonitoring Well
MWMiddleware
MWMinimum Wage
MWMidwife
MWMechWarrior (game)
MWMemory Write
MWMud Weight
MWMary Washington
MWMountain West
MWMaintenance Window
MWMessage Waiting (telephone)
MWMagnetized Water
MWMittelwelle (radio band 300-3000 KHz, German)
MWMeines Wissens (German: to my knowledge)
MWMouth Watering
MWMarcos Witt (singer)
MWMan Week
MWMixed Waste
MWMoving Window
MWMiracle Whip (salad dressing)
MWMine Warfare
MWMacWrite (MacIntosh word processing file extension)
MWMissile Wing (US DoD)
MWMace Windu (Star Wars character)
MWMontgomery Wards (mail order department store)
MWMichigan Wolverines
MWMegaworks
MWMeatwad (cartoon character)
MWManway
MWMouth Wash
MWMilgard Windows
MWManual Windows (automotive)
MWModulation Wheel (music synthesizer)
MWMaintenance of Way (railroad)
MWMedium Well
MWMejuffrouw (Dutch: Miss)
MWMissile Warning System
MWMagnetic Wall
MWMiddle Welsh
MWMark Willis (country music artist)
MWMedical Wing
MWMounted Warrior
MWModerate Weathering
MWMachine Wars (Transformers comic)
MWMaximum Window
MWMaster Warrant
MWMetro Warriors (fantasy football league)
MWMyth-Weavers (online roleplaying website)
MWMen's Washroom
MWMennonite Women USA (Newton, KS)
MWMultipurpose Weapon
MWMatching Week (UK adoption procedures)
MWMiddle Woman
MWMaine Woodsman
MWMetropolitan Winds (Dallas, TX)
MWMoogle War
MWMega Wedge
MWMeridian Winds (UK)
MWModified Wire-Wrap
MWMetaOCaml Workshop
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INPUT: Transition Matrices [tm.sub.1], [tm.sub.2], ..., [tm.sub.t], Timestamp t, Entropy Threshold [theta] Maximum Window Size MaxW 1: For each road [R.sub.t] do 2: Clear PATELQUEUE and PROB_QUEUE 3: PATH_QUEUE.ENQC([R.sub.f]) and PROB.QUEUE.ENQ(1.0) 4: For k = t to t - MaxW + 1 do 5: Set E = 0 6: Last_R = PATH_QUEUE.DEQ() 7: For each road it [R.sub.j] incident with Last_R do 8: Set p = [tm.sub.k] [[R.sub.t];][[R.sub.f]] x PROB_QUEUE.DEQ() 9: Set E += -p x log(p) 10: if E > [theta] then go_to line 12.
INPUT: Maximum Window Size MaxW OUTPUT: Decaying Factor h (1) Set f(h,MaxW) = ([h.sup.2] + (3 - MaxW)h + 1 - MaxW + [(-l/h).sup.MasW-1)]/[h(h + l).sup.2] (2) Set Left = 1 and Right = MaxW - 1 (3) Set h = MaxW - 1 (4) while Left < Right do (5) Set mid = (Left + Right)/2 (6) if f(mid, MaxW) > 0 then (7) if h > mid then (8) Set h = mid and Right = mid (9) else then (10) Left = mid (11) Return h To solve the above problem, the proposed technique allocates the minimum privacy budget to each timestamp using the BA algorithm, as shown in Figure 6(b).
Experiment Result about a Maximum Window Length (MaxW).
7 (e, f), we set different maximum window sizes and compare throughputs.
We can see that our model and experiments match well over a wide range of loss rate (from 0 to 20%) and maximum window size (from 10 to 100 pkts).
Kim's model only cares about the maximum window size, and in our experiments, all the maximum window sizes are set the same value (50 pkts) so it has the same curves.
* Slow Start: Starting with a window of one packet, a sender increases its window (number of transmitted packets awaiting acknowledgment) by one each time an acknowledgment is received, up to the prespecified maximum window. This results in a doubling of the window in each round-trip time.
* Congestion Avoidance: In this mode, the sender increases its window by one packet each time it receives acknowledgments for a full congestion window of packets (up to the maximum window).
* To ensure fairness, the CLP bit is set periodically (with period equal to the maximum window) on packets in connections that reach their maximum windows.
After determining the maximum window size, [W.sub.max], through the delay-based max-probing step, the protocol enters an adaptive logarithmic increase step after reducing the window through the decreasing parameter, [beta].
TABLE 1: New Features in CART5 * Very flexible handling of categorical variables ** automatic class detection ** specification of fractional values * Full support of character variable ** as independent variables ** as dependent variables ** as covariates * Data info window offers summary statistics * Grove files (stores information about the tree sequence that is necessary to apply the tree to a new data set) * Easy export of CART model information * Missing value summary report * Implementation of entropy splitting rule * 32-character variable names * Implementation of maximum windows path length (256 characters) * Improved navigator window * New summary reports * Additional tree details available for viewing/printing
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