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  • n. Plural form of topology.

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  • More than a manager of geographic data, the geodatabase also implements sophisticated business logic that, for example, builds relationships between data types such as topologies and geometric networks, validates data, and controls access.

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  • Sure, the motivation for developing this automation was the emergence of potentially complex topologies like Mars relay and (in a few years) the Constellation network around the moon -- the procedural, manual approaches of the last few decades don't scale up well -- but once you've developed that automation it can be applied to reduce cost in all kinds of missions that don't involve multiple spacecraft.

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  • FiOS topologies (fiber to the home) may not necessarily help out unless of course they explicitly included backhaul routes or are near backhaul routes (tower to CO) … Metro fiber topologies matter more in LTE/mobile-data backhaul. dunno if Verizon is any better placed than AT&T here. who knows maybe old MFN or American Fiber Systems may have more fiber near potential LTE backhaul sites.

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  • We can certainly imagine appropriate topologies that preserve the few main trunks of life that have their origin in a common population.

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  • Second, our IT standards for networking, operating systems, database topologies and other things that you shouldn't mention on a first date have historically been set according to the products that the Federal government buys.

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  • Not sure where you got the idea that "such non-standard topologies are usually rejected by physicists."

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  • "It is mathematically possible for the universe to be spatially flat and yet finite (as explained by for example Heckmann and Schücking (1962, 441-2)), but such non-standard topologies are usually rejected by physicists."

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  • During the construction of another piece, I became interested in the translation of architecture from three to two dimensions because it simultaneously maps unexpected topologies and reorients the body's perception of space.

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  • As virtual machine topologies form to meet demand, VCS makes sure that each VM gets the appropriate port profile regardless of where the VM is located.

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  • However, we have seen many network topologies, especially highly redundant ones with embedded firewalls, where you'd end up buying a lot of appliance to make this work — if you could make it work at all.

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