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    clump up

    Hi,
    Could anybody explain to me what the verb "clump up" means?

    The traffic does not gradually ‘clump up’ and become more synchronized as network parameters change.


    Thanks.

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    Re: clump up

    In what context have you read this?

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    Re: clump up

    In a context on the transitions on networking.

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    Re: clump up

    I think it means group itself together here.

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