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uridine

 [u´rĭ-dēn]
a ribonucleoside containing uracil.
uridine diphosphate (UDP) a nucleotide that participates in glycogen metabolism and in some processes of nucleic acid synthesis.

UDP

Abbreviation for uridine 5'-diphosphate.

UDP

Abbreviation for uridine 5'-diphosphate.
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4.1 CUSUM chart detection of DoS attack based on the UDP packets.
"SRT blends the resilience of TCP/IP transmission with the performance of UDP," says Maag, "and adds in security, network-health monitoring, and simplified firewall traversal."
- Operating mode: TCP/IP server, TCP/IP client, and UDP client
The UDP packet will be fragmented if the sensing data is too big to be encapsulated in one 6LoWPAN packet.
The maximum TCP window size (64KB) and UDP window size (8KB) were used to ensure the optimum data transfer during the tests.
UDP glycosyltransferases has been known to use UDP rhamnose as one of donor molecule in vivo.
BellBrook Labs said it pioneered the development of HTS-compatible assays for glycosyltransferases with the introduction of the Transcreener UDP Assay in 2005.
After the selection, candidate has to submit original Demand Draft along with 5 percent of total prescribed fee as Government Tax, he said and informed that all admissions on self Finance i.e UEAP and UDP shall be provided purely/strictly on merit basis, according to allocation of DistrictWise seats as mentioned in Prospectus Session 201415.
Surely such a radical change of use should be through a new UDP. If there has been one, I missed it.
I believe our UDP solution will help a CIO is solving a lot of these issues."
The article presents the research of TCP and UDP packet inter-arrival time distributions.