peer

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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык
{i} akran

Akran baskısına boyun eğme. - Don't give in to peer pressure.

{i} yaşıt
asilzade/akran
{f} dikkatle bakmak
(Antika) Birden fazla istemcinin birbirlerine göre eş durumları
dikkatle bak

Tom kutunun içine dikkatle baktı. - Tom carefully peered inside the box.

eşdüzey
{f} belli belirsiz görünmek
çıkmak
tay
akrandan biri
görevdeş
emsal
lord
asilzade
Taydaş
bir delikten bakmak veya çıkmak
ingiliz asılzadesi
"in
{f} out aralıktan dışarı bakmak
{f} bir parça görünmek
{f} into/at -e dikkatle bakmak
kanun önünde aynı haklara sahip olan kimse
{i} İng. dük/marki/kont/vikont/baron unvanlı kimse
peerless
{s} eşsiz
peer pressure
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) akran baskısı

Akran baskısına boyun eğme. - Don't give in to peer pressure.

peer also
(Bilgisayar) ayrıca eş
peer assessment
(Ticaret) akran denetiminden geçmiş
peer assessment
(Ticaret) emsal değerlendirme
peer assessment
(Ticaret) akran değerlendirmesi
peer assessment
(Ticaret) emsal değerlendirmesi
peer assessment
(Ticaret) akran değerlendirmeleri
peer assessment
(Eğitim) akran değerlendirme
peer at
-e dikkatle bakmak
peer education
(Eğitim) akran eğitimi
peer entities
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) görevdeş öğeler
peer entities
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) eşdüzey öğeler
peer evaluation
(Ticaret) akran değerlendirmesi
peer evaluation
(Ticaret) akran denetiminden geçmiş
peer evaluation
(Ticaret) akran değerlendirmeleri
peer evaluation
(Ticaret) emsal değerlendirme
peer group
(Dilbilim) akran kümesi
peer only
(Bilgisayar) yalnızca eş
peer out
aralıktan dışarı bakmak
peer review
(Politika, Siyaset) bağımsız değerlendirme
peer review
(Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) akran incelemesi
peer review
(Ticaret) emsal değerlendirme
peer review
(Ticaret) akran değerlendirmesi
peer review
(Ticaret) akran değerlendirmeleri
peer teaching
(Dilbilim) akran öğretimi
peer to peer communication
(Bilgisayar,Teknik) eşdüzeyler arası iletişim
peer tracer
(Bilgisayar) nokta izleyicisi
peer assessment
(Eğitim) Öğrencilerin birbirlerini değerlendirmesi
peer evaluation
(Eğitim) Öğrencilerin birbirlerini değerlendirmesi
peer groups
akran grupları
peer influence
(Eğitim) Birinin kendisiyle yaşıt olanların etkilsi altında kalması, özenmesi
peer pressure
Çevre baskısı
peer pressure
Arkadaş baskısı

The reason I'd started to smoke was nothing but peer pressure.

peer pressure
"Peer-group" ergenlik çağındaki çocukları tanımlar. “Peer pressure” grubun veya arkadaş çevresinin birey üzerinde oluşturabileceği baskıyı tanımlar. Sigaraya başlamak, araba çalmak, fazla alkol almak gibi arkadaş çevresinin bireye uyguladığı kaçınılmaz baskı örnekleridir
peer production
meslektaşlarla ya da yaşıtlarla üretim

knowledge-based society, peer production and the common good.

peer to peer
(Bilgisayar) Peer-to-peer (p2p): 2 veya daha fazla bilgisayar arasında veri kopyası oluşturmak için kullanılan ağ program protokolü
peer to peer
Eşler arası
peer to peer
(Bilgisayar) Noktadan noktaya
peer to peer network
peer network peer to
peer tutor
eğitimi bitince öğretmen olacak kişi
peer tutoring
(Eğitim) Öğrenciler arası birebir7karşılıklı çalışma
peer (in) through the window
pencereden bakmak
peer domain
Eşin Etki Alanı
peer entities
esduzey ogeler, gorevdes ogeler
peer into
(Fiili Deyim ) içinde ne var diye var diye bakmak
peer out (of) the window
pencereden bakmak
peer to peer
eşdüzeyde
peer to peer communication
esduzeyler arasi iletisim
peers
(Askeri) GRUP ÜYELERİ
peerless
rakipsiz
connection reset by peer
Bağlantı türdeş ağ üyasi tarafında(n) kesildi
equivalent, tantamount, peer
eşdeğer, eşit, akran
peered
baktı

Tom kutunun içine dikkatle baktı. - Tom carefully peered inside the box.

Kurt sessizce ormana kaymadan önce dikkatle köşeye baktı. - The wolf peered around the corner before slipping silently into the woods.

peerless
{s} emsalsiz
peerless
peerlessly emsalsizce
peerless
peerlessnessemsalsiz oluş
without a peer
eşsiz
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A noble with a hereditary title, i.e., a peerage, and in times past, with certain rights and privileges not enjoyed by commoners
Somebody or something who/that is at an equal level
To carry communications traffic terminating on one's own network on an equivalency basis to and from another network, usually without charge or payment. Contrast with transit where one pays another network provider to carry one's traffic
To look with difficulty, or as if searching for something

He would peek into the curtained windows, or, climbing upon the roof, peer down the black depths of the chimney in vain endeavor to solve the unknown wonders that lay within those strong walls.

Relationship between network devices that have mutual access to each other's resources
{v} to come just in fight, peep, appear
{n} an equal, nobleman, lord
{i} Hebrew family name
To come in sight; to appear
A router that operates on the same protocol layer as another router
A Knight, Laurel, or Pelican
A peer is a computing node that talks to other peers as an equal A peer can both initiate connection to other peers and accept connections from other peers
When two programs are sending data to each other over a network, they are peers This term is usually seen in the phrase "remote peer", meaning "the host that you are exchanging data with"
In networking, any functional unit in the same layer as another entity
In the context of this document, a peer refers to a PIX Firewall or other device, such as a Cisco router, that participates in IPSec, IKE, and CA
A term used of the Abstract Windowing Toolkit (AWT) to refer to the underlying classes that provide the platform-specific implementation of component classes
A holder of a noble title See PEERAGE
To look narrowly or curiously or intently; to peep; as, the peering day
Any computer that may both request and provide services
an equal, as in: When it comes to playing the violin, he has no peer
A comrade; a companion; a fellow; an associate
{f} look, glance
A person who has received a Patent of Arms and who is considered to embody the ideals of chivalry and courtesy
A non-RADGUARD external device that protects transmitted data using the IPsec security mechanism
One of the same rank, quality, endowments, character, etc
Your peers are the people who are the same age as you or who have the same status as you. His engaging personality made him popular with his peers. to look very carefully at something, especially because you are having difficulty seeing it
In networking, a device to which a computer has a network connection that is relatively symmetrical, i e where both devices can initiate or respond to a similar set of requests
The term 'peer' is used in this project to indicate a relationship based on shared/equivalent professional expertise That is, 'peers' are those who have expertise that is relevant to the design and construction of ICT-based resources, including expertise relevant to making judgements about the quality of a resource
look searchingly; "We peered into the back of the shop to see whether a salesman was around"
To be, or to assume to be, equal
An immediately adjacent router with which a protocol relationship has been established Also called a neighbor
(an entity) at the same protocol layer (eg at NIL, MCAST, SERVER layer)
In Britain, a peer is a member of the nobility who has or had the right to vote in the House of Lords. Lord Swan was made a life peer in 1981
a person who is of equal standing with another in a group a nobleman (duke or marquis or earl or viscount or baron) who is a member of the British peerage look searchingly; "We peered into the back of the shop to see whether a salesman was around
An intermediate process that can start a local client We recommend that you always start local clients by using their peer processes (with names hpxt *)
A nobleman; a member of one of the five degrees of the British nobility, namely, duke, marquis, earl, viscount, baron; as, a peer of the realm
a nobleman (duke or marquis or earl or viscount or baron) who is a member of the British peerage
If you peer at something, you look at it very hard, usually because it is difficult to see clearly. I had been peering at a computer print-out that made no sense at all He watched the Customs official peer into the driver's window
An ISP with which one has a peering relationship
Person of the same age or social group
Another news server that connects to exchange news through a newsfeed
{i} person of equal rank or standing; friend, companion; nobleman
The actual implementation of a GUI component on a specific platform Peer components reside within a Toolkit object See Toolkit
(n ) In networking, a hardware or software unit that is in the same protocol layer as another unit
an equal; a match; a mate
To look at surreptitiously
To make equal in rank
Term used to describe networked computers with equal status (see client and server)
a person who is of equal standing with another in a group
Peer Panja
A village in the Bhatiore region of the Punjab province of Pakistan
peer editing
a teaching technique in which students read, and comment on each other's written work
peer pressure
encouragement by one's peers

She vowed to give up drinking during the exam period, but eventually succumbed to peer pressure and was out drinking with her friends within a week of the resolution.

peer review
The reviewing before publication, by an authority or authorities in the pertinent field of study, of the written form of an idea, hypothesis, theory, and/or written discussion of such

Three drafts of his report were peer reviewed before it was accepted for publication.

peer review
The scholarly process whereby manuscripts intended to be published in an academic journal are reviewed by independent researchers (referees) to evaluate the contribution, i.e. the importance, novelty and accuracy of the manuscript's contents

Peer review happens in two ways. In one method, a paper submitted for publication in a peer-reviewed journal is examined by other scientists in the field before an editor (usually an expert in the field) passes judgment on it. The second method is review by an independent panel of experts who, using rigorous criteria, determine whether the findings of the paper are credible.

peer review
A written idea, hypothesis, or theory that has been reviewed and accepted by experts as worthy of publication in the professional literature of the experts' field

a paper submitted for publication in a peer-reviewed journal is examined by other scientists in the field .

peer-reviewed journal
an academic journal, the content of which has been subjected to an independent peer review process
peer-to-peer
of a social network of equal partners able to conduct business without using a middle man
peer-to-peer
of a network of two or more computers connected as equal partners and able to share processing, control and access to data and peripherals
Peer Exchange
(Bilgisayar) Peer Exchange or PEX is a communications protocol that augments the BitTorrent file sharing protocol. It allows a group of users (or peers) that are collaborating to share a given file to do so more swiftly and efficiently
peer assessment
(Eğitim) Assessment of student’s work, products, or learning processes by classmates, also called peer evaluation
peer evaluation
(Eğitim) Assessment of student’s work, products, or learning processes by classmates, also called peer assessment
peer pressure
Pressure from one's peers to behave in a manner similar or acceptable to them
peer to peer
(Bilgisayar) Denoting a network in which each computer can act as a server for the others
peer to peer network
(Bilgisayar) A network of two or more computers that use the same program or type of program to communicate and share data. Each computer, or peer, is considered equal in terms of responsibilities and each acts as a server to the others in the network. Unlike a client/server architecture, a dedicated file server is not required. However, network performance is generally not as good as under client/server, especially under heavy loads
peer tutoring
(Eğitim) Peer Tutoring is a way for all students to get one-on-one help and enough time to practice and learn
peer-review
Evaluate professionally a colleague's work, (synonym) referee
peer-review
A process by which something proposed (as for research or publication) is evaluated by a group of experts in the appropriate field
peer group
Your peer group is the group of people you know who are the same age as you or who have the same social status as you. It is important for a manager to be able to get the support of his peer group. a group of people, especially people who are the same age, social class etc as yourself
peer group
a subgroup of a society in which membership is determined by similar age, sharing the same social status, etc
peer group
contemporaries of the same status
peer group
A set of logical nodes which are grouped for purposes of creating a routing hierarchy PTSEs are exchanged among all members of the group
peer group
For the purposes of comparison, a number of companies that compete in the same industry, and are relatively equal in market capitalization A peer group provides a benchmark by which to study how an individual company performs within its industry
peer group
Usually refers to people working or studying at the same level or in the same grouping; one's colleagues or fellow students
peer group
DPA IPTs are gathered into peer groups of projects sharing similar characteristics   Peer groups are intended to be a valuable but informal source of advice for an IPT Leader and members
peer group
A friendship group with common interests and position composed of individuals of similar age
peer group
  In Open Systems Interconnection (OSI)-Architecture, a group of functional units in a given layer of a net­work in which all the functions performed by the func­tional units extend throughout the system at the same layer   [From Weik '89]
peer of the realm
a peer who is entitled to sit in the House of Lords
peer of the realm
In Britain, a peer of the realm is a member of the nobility who has the right to sit in the House of Lords
peer pressure
Pressure from one's peers to behave in a manner similar or acceptable to them. a strong feeling that you must do the same things as other people of your age if you want them to like you
peer pressure
societal pressure on the individual living among this group, getting pulled into doing something
peer review
Written, critical response to a study, data, or report provided by scientists and other technically qualified professionals
peer review
The analysis of a clinician's care by a group of that clinician's professional colleagues The provider's care is generally compared to applicable standards of care, and the group's analysis is used as a learning tool for the members of the group
peer review
The evaluation of the quality of the services provided by a plan's clinical staff by equivalently trained clinical personnel
peer review
The process scientists use to examine the work of fellow scientists before it is published or accepted within the scientific community
peer review
The review of casework for technical correctness by a peer
peer review
A review of a CPA firm's accounting or auditing practice involving procedures tailored to the size of the firm and the nature of its practice For PCPS and SECPS firms, includes a review of the firm's compliance with the applicable section's membership requirements Peer reviews are performed in accordance with standards established the AICPA Peer Review Board for PCPS firms and firms enrolled in the AICPA Peer Review Program, and by the SECPS Peer Review Committee for SECPS member firms
peer review
Review of applications for support from the NIH by groups composed of scientists from the extramural research community (as opposed to review by federal/NIH employees)
peer review
The term 'peer review' in this project involves the exercise of judgement about the quality of an ICT-based teaching and learning resource by peers who are external to the site and process of the development of that resource The review process is 'blind' - independent and anonymous
peer review
Review of health care provided by a medical staff with training equal to the staff which provided the treatment (H)
peer review
– A review by members of the profession "peers" regarding the quality of care provided a patient, including documentation of care (medical audit), diagnostic steps used, conclusions reached, therapy given, appropriateness of utilization (utilization review), and reasonableness of charges
peer review
A system using reviewers who are the professional equals of the principal investigator or program director who is to be responsible for directing or conducting the proposed project It is a form of objective review Peer review is legislatively mandated in some programs and in other programs is administratively required
peer review
The process by which manuscripts submitted to health, biomedical, and other scientifically oriented journals and other publications are evaluated by experts in appropriate fields (usually anonymous to the authors) to determine if the manuscripts are of adequate quality for publication
peer review
Review of health care provided by a medical staff with training equal to the staff which provided the treatment
peer review
Analysis of research by a group of professionals of comparable knowledge and expertise in a specific scientific or medical field
peer review
evaluate professionally a colleague's work
peer review
The evaluation of quality of total health care provided by medical staff with equivalent training
peer review
evaluation of the quality of total health care provided by medical staff with equivalent training
peer review
Mechanism of ensuring quality of care within the medical community The quality assurance review is conducted by health care professionals (peers) to ensure that care provided and services used are appropriate It is also used to identify fraud and other abuses of health care payment systems
peer review
A formal review of an item by a group of peers of the item's developer
peer review
A review by members of the profession "peers" regarding the quality of care provided a patient, including documentation of care (medical audit), diagnostic steps used, conclusions reached, therapy given, appropriateness of utilization (utilization review), and reasonableness of charges claims
peer review
A review of a software work product, following defined procedures, by peers of the producers of the product for the purpose of identifying defects and improvements
peer review
A system in which the appropriateness of healthcare services delivered by a provider to health plan members is evaluated by a panel of medical professionals
peer review
The process of reviewing a journal article or conference paper to ensure that it meets the required standards for publication Such a review is performed by respected authorities (or peers) in the field
peer review
process in which research articles are reviewed and critiqued by experts in that field before publication
peer review
The procedure by which academic journal articles are reviewed by other researchers before being accepted for publication
peer review
The process used by the scientific community to assess a scientific paper, report, project, or proposal by seeking comments on it from independent assessors ('peers') working in the same field
peer reviewed
A publication, usually scholarly, in which articles are reviewed by a panel before being accepted for publication See also Scholarly Journal
peer reviewed
articles evaluated by a panel of experts in the field and approved for publication in a scholarly journal: also known as Refereed journal or article
peer reviewed
In peer reviewed journals, articles are evaluated by at least one subject expert before they are accepted for publication
peer reviewed
Yes (Y) or No (N)
peer reviewed
means experts in the field evaluate the validity of an article before publication Periodical is the generic name for a "periodic" publication such as newspaper, journal, or magazine The Periodicals area is located on the fourth floor, LRC This area houses magazines, professional journals, newspapers, electronic resources for periodical indexes, Internet, and full text articles on CD-ROM or on-line
peer to peer
A multiplayer network game where all computers store a copy of the game world An example is Warcraft These computers in a peer to peer game can prevent cheating if they detect that one computers game world is very different from the other computers' game worlds
peer to peer
A network computing system in which all computers are treated as equals on the network Individual computers may share hard drives, CD-ROM drives, and other storage devices with the other computers on the network This is different than a client/server set-up in which most of the computers (clients) tend to share resources from one main computer (the server)
peer to peer
friend to friend, colleague to colleague
peer to peer
a connection between computers that creates equal status between the computers
peer to peer
(aka: "p2p") - a commonly used protocol for downloading software, MP3 music or other files with other ordinary users on the Internet P2P is often used to obtain freeware, shareware, and bootleg software P2P exchange is often made practical through web sites that act as clearinghouses listing people who have or want something One of the most famous of these was Napster Some P2P exchanges require a "client" program, often at a niminal fee, to do downloads
peer to peer
A network architecture inwhich every computer has broadly equalabilities and tasks Most smaller networksare peer-to-peer, a system that works wellbecause ordinary computers are now muchmore powerful than they used to be, andalso because current operating systemsmake basic network administration quitesimple See also Client/server
peer-review
The process of evaluating manuscripts submitted by potential contributors by at least one subject specialist in addition to the editor prior to acceptance for publication Journal articles are usually peer-reviewed Internet documents are not usually peer-reviewed
peer-review
the process in which scholars or specialists in a field have critically evaluated an article prior to it being accepted for publication Peer-reviewed journals are also sometimes called referreed journals
peer-review
process used for scholarly journals which insures quality control
peer-review
An organized method for evaluating scientific work which is used by scientists to certify the correctness of procedures
peer-reviewed
A journal is peer-reviewed when an article may be published in it only after receiving approval by a board of experts (the author's "peers") Synonymous with "refereed " Peer-reviewed journals are considered scholarly journals Read more about the distinctions among different types of journals
peer-reviewed
Refers to periodical publications which subject submitted articles to a review by other professionals in a particular field
peer-reviewed
A journal is peer-reviewed when an article is published in it only after receiving approval by a board of experts (the author's "peers") Synonymous with "refereed "
peer-reviewed
Process by which articles submitted for publication are evaluated by a group of experts in the subject area
peer-reviewed
A scholarly journal in which manuscripts submitted by potential contributors are evaluated by at least one subject specialist in addition to the editor prior to acceptance for publication
peer-to-peer
Refers to a network topology where devices communicate directly with each other rather than according to a client server architecture Resource sharing under Windows95 is an example of peer to peer networking
peer-to-peer
A balanced relationship between two products, neither one is more capable or can control the other
peer-to-peer
A type of communication in which any two devices can communicate on an equivalent basis A peer-to-peer architecture is a LAN option that allows nodes to communicate on an equal basis and share resources (as opposed to a server-based LAN)
peer-to-peer
Networking where stations are equivalent; any station can make any of its resources available to any/all other stations Examples of Peer-to-Peer networks are Acorn Access+ and Windows for Workgroups(r) If the software controlling the Peer-to-Peer networking is readily available and users enjoy 'experimenting' then managing a Peer-to-Peer network can be very difficult! Compare Server-Client
peer-to-peer
A model or paradigm on which some network communications and applications are based In a peer-to-peer environment, each networked host runs both the client and server parts of an application
peer-to-peer
A network setup that allows every computer to both offer and access network resources, such as shared files, without requiring a centralized file server Macintosh computers utilize this type of network setup
peer-to-peer
In a peer-to-peer architecture, two or more nodes can directly initiate communication with each other; they do not need an intermediary A device can be both the client and the server
peer-to-peer
Term used for point-to-point communications between two client systems without use of a central server
peer-to-peer
Peer-to-peer is a communication model in which each party has the same capabilities and either party can initiate a communication session
peer-to-peer
A type of network setup in which there is no server Each workstation shares resources with other workstation The machine with the shared drive should be beefed up like a server Peer-To-Peer installations should not exceed 5 users A Peer-To-Peer network can be created with Windows NT Workstation, Windows 98, or Windows 95
peer-to-peer
A type of network which allows small groups of computers to share resources without a central server
peer-to-peer
A networking strategy where the different computers in a network are considered to be equal Instead of a central server providing services for clients on the network, each computer on the network can make its resources available to others, and use resources which others have made available A contrasting strategy is client-server
peer-to-peer
- like superdistribution without the initial B
peer-to-peer
Peer-to-peer is a communication model in which computing devicesdesktops, servers, and other smart deviceslink directly to each other This can include smart client to smart client, smart client to smart server, and smart server to smart server connections Microsoft NET supports peer-to-peer as one of the manifestations of distributed computing
peer-to-peer
A system in which two or more nodes or processes can initiate communications with each other Usually describes a network in which all nodes have the ability to share resources with other nodes so that a dedicated server can be implemented but is not required
peer-to-peer
Communication between two network devices that have the same status on the network
peer-to-peer
Computer-based communications in which both computers have equal responsibility for initiating, maintaining and terminating the session Napster and other file-sharing programs have popularized peer-to-peer communications
peer-to-peer
A type of connection between two computers; both perform computations, store data, and make requests from each other (unlike a client-server connection where one computer makes a request and the other computer responds with information)
peer-to-peer
peer-to-peer architecture/network/technology etc a computer system etc in which all of the computers are connected to each other and they do not need a server (=a main computer that controls all the others)
peer-to-peer
Peer-to-peer is a communication model in which computing devices--desktops, servers, and other smart devices--link directly to each other This can include smart client to smart client, smart client to smart server, and smart server to smart server connections Microsoft NET supports peer-to-peer as one of the manifestations of distributed computing
peer-to-peer
A control strategy in which independent intelligent devices share information directly with each other and make their own control decisions without the need or delay of using an intermediate, central or master controller Because of the enhanced system reliability introduced by eliminating the master (a single point of failure) and the reduced installation and configuration cost inherent in peer-to-peer designs, LonWorks networks often use a peer-to-peer control strategy
peer-to-peer
P-t-P configurations are typical to ad hoc networks They involve at least two wireless nodes setting up an independent network (as long as they're in communicating distance from each other)
peer-to-peer
Form of cooperative processing in which either of the programs involved can initiate communication with the other In a peer network, every station can function as both a client and a server
peer-to-peer
- A type of networking in which each computer can be a client to other computers and act as a server as well
peer-to-peer
A type of direct communication between two devices on the same communications level of a network without intervention by any intermediary devices (such as a host or server)
peer-to-peer
A computer networking arrangement where there is no central computer (or server) and all the linked computers are treated equally All the computers can share printers, CD-ROM drives, and other peripherals and access files stored on all the computers on the network
Peers
A patronymic surname
Peers
A male given name, variant of Piers
life peer
A member of the House of Lords, appointed for life, but whose position is not hereditary
peerless
Without peer or equal; unparalleled, nonpareil. Of the highest quality, best
peerless
of unequaled excellence or worth
peerless
{a} having no equal, excellent, noble
-peer
In the context of this document, a peer refers to a PIX Firewall or other device, such as a Cisco router, that participates in IPSec, IKE, and CA
-peer
Any computer that may both request and provide services
-peer
A router that operates on the same protocol layer as another router
-peer
Relationship between network devices that have mutual access to each other's resources
-peer
look searchingly; "We peered into the back of the shop to see whether a salesman was around"
-peer
A Knight, Laurel, or Pelican
-peer
an equal, as in: When it comes to playing the violin, he has no peer
-peer
An ISP with which one has a peering relationship
-peer
A non-RADGUARD external device that protects transmitted data using the IPsec security mechanism
-peer
In networking, any functional unit in the same layer as another entity
-peer
In networking, a device to which a computer has a network connection that is relatively symmetrical, i e where both devices can initiate or respond to a similar set of requests
-peer
A person who has received a Patent of Arms and who is considered to embody the ideals of chivalry and courtesy
-peer
When two programs are sending data to each other over a network, they are peers This term is usually seen in the phrase "remote peer", meaning "the host that you are exchanging data with"
-peer
The actual implementation of a GUI component on a specific platform Peer components reside within a Toolkit object See Toolkit
-peer
Term used to describe networked computers with equal status (see client and server)
-peer
Person of the same age or social group
-peer
A holder of a noble title See PEERAGE
-peer
a nobleman (duke or marquis or earl or viscount or baron) who is a member of the British peerage
-peer
(n ) In networking, a hardware or software unit that is in the same protocol layer as another unit
-peer
An intermediate process that can start a local client We recommend that you always start local clients by using their peer processes (with names hpxt *)
-peer
A peer is a computing node that talks to other peers as an equal A peer can both initiate connection to other peers and accept connections from other peers
-peer
a person who is of equal standing with another in a group
-peer
The term 'peer' is used in this project to indicate a relationship based on shared/equivalent professional expertise That is, 'peers' are those who have expertise that is relevant to the design and construction of ICT-based resources, including expertise relevant to making judgements about the quality of a resource
-peer
A term used of the Abstract Windowing Toolkit (AWT) to refer to the underlying classes that provide the platform-specific implementation of component classes
-peer
Another news server that connects to exchange news through a newsfeed
-peer
(an entity) at the same protocol layer (eg at NIL, MCAST, SERVER layer)
-peer
An immediately adjacent router with which a protocol relationship has been established Also called a neighbor
A peer
pere
Peers
a section of the British Houses of Parliament, the House of Lords, the House of Peers
Peers
variant of Piers
life peer
In Britain, a life peer is a person who is given a title such as `Lord' or `Lady' which they can use for the rest of their life but which they cannot pass on when they die. He was made a life peer in 1991. someone who has the rank of a British peer (=lord or lady) but who cannot pass it on to their children
life peer
a British peer whose title lapses at death
peered
Simple past and past participle of peer
peering
When two ISPs or other providers agree to pass traffic between each others' customers, they are peering See also private peering and public peering
peering
Present participle of to peer
peering
A business relationship whereby ISPs provide to each other connectivity to each other's downstream transit customers The terms peering and peer are often, particularly in the US, used to refer to the relationship with downstream transit customers and upstream transit providers
peering
The internet is made up of connections between carrier networks These connections can be through public access points (such as Network Access Points-NAPs, or Metropolitan Area Exchanges-MAEs), or through private agreements between carriers Public internet access points are often overcrowded and induce additional delay to traffic that passes through them, whereas private connections negotiated between carriers often provide smoother connections The percentage of private peering may be helpful in evaluating a carrier The higher the percentage of private peering, the less congested the network is likely to be
peering
Internet interconnection as equals (peers) and thus no billing between the parties This is the normal method of interconnection between the sub-networks which make up the Internet Contrasts with supplier/ customer interconnection, eg ISP and end customer
peering
An agreement devised between two network service providers for the purpose of private and direct data exchange between their respective networks Peering agreements usually result in faster and more efficient data exchange
peering
The commercial practice under which nationwide ISPs exchange each other's traffic without the payment of settlement charges
peering
The act of one national Internet backbone provider accepting and passing traffic from another national provider
peerless
Of or pertaining to the quality of something without peer or equal; unparalleled, nonpareil. Of the highest quality, best
peerless
Having no peer or equal; matchless; superlative
peerless
Something that is peerless is so beautiful or wonderful that you feel that nothing can equal it. two days of clear sunshine under peerless blue skies. = matchless. better than any other
peerless
eminent beyond or above comparison; "matchless beauty"; "the team's nonpareil center fielder"; "she's one girl in a million"; "the one and only Muhammad Ali"; "a peerless scholar"; "infamy unmatched in the Western world"; "wrote with unmatchable clarity"; "unrivaled mastery of her art"
peerless
{s} having no equal, unrivaled, incomparable
peers
third-person singular of peer
peers
plural of peer
peer
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