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  1. Jul 2020
    1. Oh, but there’s so much more to see than just where our current Drops are located.  Below, you’ll find maps showing where our delivery routes go.  If you live along one of these routes (even if no Drop already exists in your area of the route), you can get an Azure delivery
  2. Jun 2020
    1. n an enterprise environment, you would likely use the express router and the code would probably look a little less verbose
  3. Mar 2020
    1. Not only are public transport datasets useful for benchmarking route planning systems, they are also highly useful for benchmarking geospatial [13, 14] and temporal [15, 16] RDF systems due to the intrinsic geospatial and temporal properties of public transport datasets. While synthetic dataset generators already exist in the geospatial and temporal domain [17, 18], no systems exist yet that focus on realism, and specifically look into the generation of public transport datasets. As such, the main topic that we address in this work, is solving the need for realistic public transport datasets with geospatial and temporal characteristics, so that they can be used to benchmark RDF data management and route planning systems. More specifically, we introduce a mimicking algorithm for generating realistic public transport data, which is the main contribution of this work.
  4. Jan 2020
  5. Jan 2019
    1. The routing protocol developmentcontinues to progress in two parallel directions: conventional routing (Named-data Link State Routing,NLSR [4]) and update-less greedy routing (Hyperbolic Routing, HR [3]) (Section 5.1)

      The routing protocol development continues to progress in two parallel directions:<br> Conventional routing (Named-data Link State Routing,NLSR [4]) and Update-less greedy routing (Hyperbolic Routing, HR [3])



  6. Aug 2015
    1. It is not bound to aspecific layer three addressing scheme (for example, a changefrom IPv4 to IPv6 would be completely painless, but evennon-IP schemes, such as IPX, would go).

      Then how does it route?

    1. A stub-only implementation of Babel =================================== Babel is a loop-avoiding distance vector protocol that is suitable for both wired and wireless networks documented in RFC 6126.