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Hubs and were
The idea behind Hubs and Authorities stemmed from a particular insight into the creation of web pages when the Internet was originally forming ; that is, certain web pages, known as hubs, served as large directories that were not actually authoritative in the information that it held, but were used as compilations of a broad catalog of information that led users directly to other authoritative pages.
Hubs suffered from the problem that if there were any 10BASE-T devices connected then the whole network needed to run at 10 Mbit / s.
Hubs were maintained in Córdoba ( from 1996 ) and Buenos Aires ( from 1999 ).

Hubs and later
In 1993, ADC acquired Fibermux Corp., a manufacturer of LAN Hubs and Data Multiplexers, later merging the Fibermux division with the Kentrox subsidiary.

Hubs and used
* Hubs and authorities, a scheme used for ranking web pages
There is also a difference in terminology: while the more capable nodes which are used to condense the network are referred to as Ultrapeers in gnutella, they are called Hubs in Gnutella2, and they are also used slightly differently in topology.
Hubs are used for both passenger flights as well as cargo flights.

Hubs and .
* Hubs, the athletic teams of Rochelle Township High School in Rochelle, Illinois.
Hubs do not manage any of the traffic that comes through them.
Hubs feature a list of clients or users connected to them.
Hubs may send out user commands to clients.
These improvements embrace the road, rail and telecommunication infrastructures for — according to the National Development Plan — a better integration with the neighbouring Dublin, Midlands Gateway, and Cavan / Monaghan Hubs.
Gnutella2 divides nodes into two groups: Leaves and Hubs.
Most Leaves maintain two connections to Hubs, while Hubs accept hundreds of Leaf connections, and an average of 7 connections to other Hubs.
When a search is initiated, the node obtains a list of Hubs if needed, and contacts the Hubs in the list, noting which have been searched, until the list is exhausted, or a predefined search limit has been reached.
Hubs index what files a Leaf has by means of a Query Routing Table, which is filled with single bit entries of hashes of keywords which the Leaf uploads to the Hub, and which the Hub then combines with all the hash tables its Leaves have sent it in order to create a version to send to their neighbouring Hubs.
This allows for Hubs to reduce bandwidth greatly by simply not forwarding queries to Leaves and neighbouring Hubs if the entries which match the search are not found in the routing tables.
While gnutella uses a query flooding method of searching, Gnutella2 uses a walk system where a searching node gathers a list of Hubs and contacts them directly, one at a time.
In gnutella, the Ultrapeers generally maintain as many leaves as peer connections, while Gnutella2 Hubs maintain far more leaves, and fewer peer ( Hub-to-Hub ) connections.
That said, there are several Vehicles and Hubs which have had upgrades, improvements and enhancements given to them since construction, allowing them to remain state of the art.
Hubs are generally called a node which have lots of links.
Innovation Hubs.
Throughout this time, they won five pennants and donned four different names: the Blues, the Terriers, the Champs and the Hubs.
One month into the 1931 season, the league disbanded and the Hubs moved to Parkersburg, W. Va.

were and later
Three hours later, while we were bailing desperately, a dot of land came into view.
A year later they were removed to a Stalag in the harbor of Stettin.
We were given a job and we carried it out, and later, his case was taken up by the Disciplinary Committee.
A few weeks later the maps were being divided into squares and a position was described as being `` about lots 239, 247 and 272 with pickets forward as far as 196 ''.
Boniface was later to explain to the English that Robert of Burgundy and Guy De St.-Pol were easy enough to do business with ; ;
Behind him lay the Low Countries, where men were still completing the cathedrals that a later Florentine would describe as `` a malediction of little tabernacles, one on top of the other, with so many pyramids and spires and leaves that it is a wonder they stand up at all, for they look as though they were made of paper instead of stone or marble '' ; ;
A week later the sentence of the Council was carried out: Jake Camaret and the woman were marched naked through the streets past a mocking populace.
Again among those jubilantly reunited bunkmates, I was shy with Jessie and acted as I had during those early Saturday mornings when we all seemed to be playing for effect, to be detached and unconcerned with the girls who were properly our dates but about whom, later, in the privacy of our bunks, we would think in terms of the most elaborate romance.
Years later, franks-in-buns were accepted as the `` first to go '' at the New York Polo Grounds.
the later works were conceived to affirm a way of life for fellow citizens.
So impressive were those serious years of study at the university that Hans later wrote, `` to be perfectly free, the young man must revel in the great kingdom of thought and imagination ; ;
Mills secured Barco's photograph from the gentleman in charge, rushed to the Hollywood police station to report the theft, and less than five minutes later, detectives with his picture in hand were on the trail of Cal Barco.
The sections were mounted on cold slides smeared with Haupts' adhesive ( Johansen, 1940 ) in earlier experiments, and in later experiments with a different mixture of the same components reported by Schramm and Rottger ( 1959 ).
In later experiments, Af and Af were prepared by conjugating 8 mg of FITC per gram of globulin.
For purposes of sample selection only ( individual tests were given later ) we obtained group test scores of reading achievement and intelligence from school records of the entire third-grade population in each school system.
One cannot assume, of course, that all these accumulated meanings were inherent in the stereotype at the beginning of the therapy, or at any one time later on when the stereotype was uttered ; ;
Three years later similar restraints were imposed upon injunctions against collection of state taxes.
the important point, however, is that these magnificent achievements, unlike those of later decades, were only incidentally influenced by Oriental models.
On that cold, but bright, April day we were guests of your government in the reviewing stand of Red Square to witness the poeple's celebration for Yuri Gagarin and later on that day we attended the somewhat more exclusive reception for him in one of the impressive palaces of the Kremlin.
They were held together by pegs and withes and in later times drawn by a single ox in thills.
When the Negroes landed at Boston a month later they were, of course, no longer slaves.
On arriving in Tokyo later we were met by Masu who took us immediately to her university, the Japanese Women's University.
He went for more aspirin later in the day, and passed the surly landlord on the way -- he was still alive and scowling as usual, as if tenants were a burden in his life.
An hour later we were back in my unpadded pad, killing what had been left of the second pint.

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