RF

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AcronymDefinition
RFRadio Frequency
RFRight Front
RFReference
RFRight Field (baseball)
RFRising Force (Yngwie J. Malmsteen album)
RFRussian Federation
RFRegions Financial Corporation (stock symbol)
RFRheumatoid Factor
RFRoger Federer (tennis player)
RFRange Factor (arcane baseball statistic)
RFRoyal Family (UK)
RFRisk Factor
RFRed Flag
RFRange Finder (camera)
RFRockford Fosgate (car audio)
RFRate of Fall (US Air Force)
RFRed Faction (game)
RFRenal Failure
RFRoyal Flush (cards)
RFRiksidrottsförbundet (Swedish)
RFRutherfordium (element 104)
RFRight Foot (dance)
RFRoskilde Festival (Danish music festival)
RFRetractable Fastback (Mazda MX-5 Miata)
RFResponse Force (US DoD)
RFRumble Fighter (online gaming)
RFRight Forward
RFRheumatic Fever
RFRascal Flatts (country music artist)
RFRelease Factor
RFRoyal Fusiliers (WWI British Army regiment)
RFReduction Factor
RFReform Party (founded by Ross Perot in 1995)
RFRadius to Fix
RFRépublique Française (French Republic)
RFRegister File
RFRelative Frequency
RFRotary Foundation
RFRockefeller Foundation
RFRiver Forest (suburb of Chicago, IL)
RFReaction Force
RFRaised Face (flange)
RFReceptive Field
RFRevolving Fund
RFResponse Factor
RFRolling Forecast (finance & marketing)
RFRim Fire (ammunition)
RFRhodium Finish
RFReverend Father
RFReserve Force
RFRadiative Forcing
RFRNase-Free
RFReplication Factor
RFRighteous Fury (gaming, World of Warcraft)
RFRear Floor (automobile manufacturing)
RFRight-Arm Fast (cricket; also seen as RAF)
RFRecovery Factor (oil and gas)
RFRegional Forces (Vietnam)
RFRepresentative Fraction
RFRipper Free (DVD backup software without ripping decoders)
RFResume Flag
RFRhodesian Front (political party)
RFRetardation Factor (chromatography)
RFRural Friends
RFRespirable Fraction
RFRepair Factor
RFRear Focusing (lens technology)
RFRainforest Foundation (UK)
RFRadiated Frequency
RFRegistered Forester
RFReconnaissance Fighter
RFRipping Friends
RFRadio Fantasy
RFReconocimiento de Formas (Spanish)
RFRossiyskaya Federatsiya (Russian Federation)
RFReplacement Factor
RFReaction Function (economics)
RFReceptor Factor(s)
RFRelative Body Fat
RFReadiness Field
RFReaction Furnace
RFReal Feel Temperature (index created by AccuWeather)
RFReflexology Forum
RFResistance to Frequency
RFRatio of Fronts (component)
RFReprographic Facility
RFRalph Furley
RFReduced Fratricide
RFRelentless Family (gaming clan)
RFRandomflame (gaming community)
RFRefrigerant Ton
RFUS Revenue Playing Cards (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
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Replication factor R is used to measure whether a node is suitable to have a replica as follows:
Therefore, the replication factor, node service rate, available storage, the average available bandwidth, and the length of the average waiting queue are proportional.
Compute the replication factor, select the node with the smallest replication factor as the place to create a replica of the location, and return node address to the domain headnode.
12 (b), two modules show the best performance when the block replication factor value is set to three.
Although a similar performance is provided in both modules when the block size option value is set to more than three, we highly recommend that the block replication factor to be set to three, since many block replicas result in an unnecessary waste of storage space and more processing time for copying and transferring a large amounts of blocks.
Total image and video transcoding time for various values of block replication factor (s) The total image Image data set size transcoding time (s) 1GB 2GB 4GB 8GB 10GB 50GB 1 28 40 63 114 135 1092 Block 2 22 30 50 84 103 436 replication 3 23 32 49 84 102 428 (EA) 4 24 30 48 85 102 435 5 23 31 48 84 102 435 The total image Video data set size transcoding time (s) 1GB 2GB 4GB 8GB 10GB 50GB 1 144 220 309 467 517 2330 Block 2 160 176 239 323 384 1616 replication 3 124 169 207 311 375 1623 (EA) 4 160 165 212 326 389 1643 5 166 170 224 347 400 1492 Table 6.
In order to verify the efficiency of our system, we conduct three sets of experiments: (1) examine how a change in cluster size affects performance speedup, (2) explore different Hadoop options for different block sizes (32, 64, 128, 256, 512), and (3) explore different Hadoop options for different block replication factors (1, 2, 3, 4, 5).
Taking into account replication factors, it holds the equivalent of one individual's sample for every 9.7 people.
Taking into account replication factors, there were 3.8 million different individuals represented on the database up to the end of March 2007.
The report by the National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA), says that taking into account replication factors, there were 3.8 million different individuals represented on the database up to the end of March 2007.