Negative Acknowledgment

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Negative Acknowledgment

Also called NAK. In telecommunications, acknowledgement of the receipt of a file, with a note that the information is incomplete or corrupted.
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Whereas Fuhrmann focuses on the desire of attachment in Nonzee's characterization of Nak by applying a vernacular Buddhist framework, her interpretation of female desire arguably overlooks the problematic, bodily drives of the female phi in Thai culture.
KIMK'de NAK lehine onemli kanitlar sunan diger buyuk calisma, Southwest Oncology Group'un (SWOG) 8710 calismasidir.
If timer D expires before receiving any ACK or NAK feedback (see line 15 in Algorithm 1), it retransmits the original data.
(36) In a similar vein, perhaps Khun Phan simply wanted to acquire the powers also enjoyed by the nak leng living in the villages and the bandits who roamed the region at will.
Then Nak and Mak are introduced standing on a dock along a small jungle stream (nowadays the Phrakanong Canal in Southern Bangkok).
An ion-exchange plant neutralises the caustic liquor coming from the NaK disposal plant and then passes it through two ion-exchange columns in a series designed to absorb the caesium content.
Soon-to-be first lady Laura Bush and first daughters Jenna and Barbara both wore Anthony Nak to inauguration parties.
The plan also entails the operation of a new DFR NaK Disposal and Ion Exchange Plant (DFR-NDP/IXP).
The software only re-sends lost or bad frames, and re-transmission requests are batched into smaller NAK packets, further reducing the number of re-transmissions complete a transfer.
The former worker told the party there had been an explosion in a waste shaft in 1977, possibly caused by NaK.
Korea is eager to contribute to the Kingdom's vision 2030, according to Oh Nak Young, the consul general of South Korea, who spoke on the occasion of the 4,349 National Foundation Day on Thursday at the Crown Plaza Hotel in Jeddah.
Six bandits were neutralised in the ensuing shootout," NAK said in a statement.