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Lookup

To search for a previously saved record, especially but not necessarily on a computer. Looking up is necessary to guarantee information that is as accurate as possible.
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Use extra care in reviewing the results from the wildcard lookup. What if you were searching for both "apple" and "crabapple"?
Many IP address lookup schemes have been researched that generally fall into either of two categories: trie-based and TCAM-based.
The enhanced Lookup Manager gives them the freedom and flexibility to independently modify and control the language and terminology they want to use.
In this part of the paper, after briefly recalling Chord [4], we study the degradation of the performances of the DHT in presence of a Sybil attack by means of simulations, considering both lookups and storage and retrieval operations.
Lookups of racism were high all year but had two noticeable spikes, one after the South Carolina church shootings and another amid the University of Missouri protests.
"Since September when this ad came out this word has been close to the Top 10 or in the Top 10 of our lookups almost every single day,'' Sokolowski said.
Structured peer-to-peer networks are appealing because they can provide decentralization, self organization, failure resilience, and good worst-case lookup performance for applications.
One unique search is the phone number lookup. With this feature, a user can easily trace the origin of a phone call from a caller ID service.
The numbers are gleaned from DNS lookups in .com and .net, the two largest domains on the internet.
Another versatile employment search site, offering job lookups by category and location and resume posting.
Researchers investigated possible connections between retention and lookup behavior (type of information selected and number of lookups per word).