An algorithm for improving TCP/IP network performance by combining small packets (“tinygrams”) into larger ones, thus reducing the per-packet overhead. The server transmits the packet either when it has reached a preset size or when it receives an acknowledgment of the previous packet.
[Who was Nagling?]
/ˈneɪɡɔː/ noun 1. another name for reedbuck
[nuh-gawr-noh-kahr-uh-bahk; Russian nuh-gawr-nuh-kuh-ruh-bahkh] /nəˈgɔr noʊˌkɑr əˈbɑk; Russian nʌˈgɔr nə kə rʌˈbɑx/ noun 1. a region in SW Azerbaijan: residents mostly Armenian. 1700 sq. mi. (4400 sq. km).
- Nagorno-karabakh autonomous region
/nəˈɡɔːnəʊkərʌˈbɑːk/ noun 1. an administrative division in S Azerbaijan. In 1990–94 Armenian claims to the region led to violent unrest and fighting between national forces. Capital: Stepanakert. Pop: 143 000 (2000 est). Area: 4400 sq km (1700 sq miles)
[nuh-goi-uh; Japanese nah-gaw-yah] /nəˈgɔɪ ə; Japanese ˈnɑ gɔˌyɑ/ noun 1. a city on S Honshu, in central Japan. /ˈnɑːɡəʊjə/ noun 1. a city in central Japan, on S Honshu on Ise Bay: a major industrial centre. Pop: 2 109 681 (2002 est)