traceroute

<networking>

A TCP/IP utility, originally Unix, which allows the user to determine the route packets are taking to a particular host. Traceroute works by increasing the "time to live" value of packets and seeing how far they get, until they reach the given destination; thus, a lengthening trail of hosts passed through is built up.

Last updated: 2007-02-02

trace scheduling

<processor>

A method of controlling and coordinating the operation of multiple hardware elements of a Very Long Instruction Word processor. It was developed by Josh Fisher at the now-defunct Multiflow Computer Corporation

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Last updated: 1995-03-01

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