Subdomain

In the Domain Name System (DNS) hierarchy, a subdomain is a domain that is part of a larger domain.

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Balancing Domain Decomposition Method
... BDD requires only solution of subdomain problems rather than access to the matrices of those problems, so it is applicable to situations where only the solution operators are available ... enforce continuity of the solution at subdomain corners, which makes it however more expensive ... the equality of the solution between the subdomain by Lagrange multipliers ...
Gawler Craton - Western Eyre Peninsula, Coulta Subdomain and Nuyts Subdomain
... On western Eyre Peninsula, the Coulta Subdomain merges with the Nuyts Subdomain which is dominated by variably deformed ca ...
Uses - Subdomains V. Directories
... www.example.com/yn points to a folder within the example.com, not to a subdomain of example.com ...
FETI-DP
... method is a domain decomposition method that enforces equality of the solution at subdomain interfaces by Lagrange multipliers except at subdomain corners ... the equality of averages across the edges or faces on subdomain interfaces which is important for parallel scalability for 3D problems ...
Precision Time Protocol - Protocol Details - Domains
... Clocks are assigned to a domain by virtue of the contents of the Subdomain name (IEEE 1588-2002) or the domainNumber (IEEE 1588-2008) fields in PTP messages they receive or ... Subdomains allow multiple clock distribution systems to share the same communications medium ... Subdomain name field contents (IEEE1588-2002) IPv4 multicast address (IEEE1588-2002) domainNumber (IEEE1588-2008) Notes _DFLT 224.0.1.129 0 Default domain _ALT1 224.0.1.130 1 Alternate domain 1 ...