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    dominattee

    Hi,

    I've encountered a papare on computer science in which there is a word I could not undrestand its meaning,I've googled it but nothing. Could ayone please help me with it?

    The proposed Partition Detection and Recovery Algorithm(PADRA), identifies a connected dominating set (CDS) for the network. The authors employ the approximate algorithm of Dai and Wu[55]for finding the CDS using 2-hop information. PADRA designates for each cut-vertex Ai a failure handler within the network that would start the recovery process when Ai fails. The ideal handler will be a dominatee neighbor ofAi that can simply replace Ai. If a dominatee is not available, the closest dominator is picked as the failure handler of Ai.

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    Re: dominattee

    Hello.

    *I AM NOT A NATIVE OR TEACHER.*

    Considering the mentioned paper which is talking about "connected dominating set (CDS)", I think by "dominatee", the author(s) mean an identity which is dominated by a dominator; just like the paradigm based on which words like employer-employee, interviewer-interviewee, etc. are made.

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