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Category Archives: Advanced Computer Subject

A z-Transform is important for analyzing discrete signals and systems. We know analog signals or signals that are continuous in the time domain. But modern-day… Read More
Green Computing is the study and practice of using computing resources efficiently. It is a criterion for measuring organizational success using the triple bottom line… Read More
In 1977, Wolfgang Handler presented a computer architectural classification scheme for determining the degree of parallelism and pipelining built into the computer system hardware. Parallel… Read More
Spanning Tree Protocol is a data link layer or layer-2 protocol whose prime objective is to prevent loops in the different network configurations or network… Read More
RED is among the first Active Queue Management (AQM) algorithms. RED was proposed in 1993 by Sally Floyd. RED is called by three different names;… Read More
The proportional Integral (PI) Controller is the AQM algorithm. It manages the queue at the output port of the router. It includes the major features… Read More
Liveliness Analysis consists of a specified technique that is implemented to optimize register space allocation, for a given piece of code and facilitate the procedure… Read More
Technology is growing rapidly in today’s running world. Technologies are being replaced by much faster and efficient one. In all these running processes cybercrime is… Read More
The dbt is an open-source conversion tool that aims to simplify the work of the analytical engineer in the flow of data pipeline work. Specifically… Read More
TCP users communicate with each other by sending packets. The packet contains data and other information about the source and destination and other TCP variables.… Read More
Internet became something without which our lives are incomplete. Every day each internet user makes 100s of queries on the internet, be it a simple… Read More
Fairness measure is a great tool to determine if all the TCP flows are getting the fair share of the available network bandwidth. There are… Read More
TCP CUBIC is becoming the default in Linux Kernel and the Rate Halving technique for congestion avoidance was becoming the default in Linux Kernel. So,… Read More
Rate Halving is the packet loss recovery algorithm that overcomes the issue of the Fast Recovery algorithm. Rate Halving means that it will half the… Read More
When the RTO timer expires but an ACK is not received, the sender confirms that the packet is lost due to congestion at intermediary devices.… Read More

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