to store (information) in a computer for later forward transmission through a telecommunication network
(Or “message switching”) A kind of message passing system where a complete message is received before any of it is passed on to the next node. This means that each message is using at most one interprocessor link at any time but intermediate nodes will require more storage buffers than under the alternative, wormhole routing.
E-mail transmission is an example of store and forward message passing.
[stawr-bawt, stohr-] /ˈstɔrˈbɔt, ˈstoʊr-/ adjective, Chiefly Midland and Southern U.S. 1. commercially made rather than homemade.
noun 1. an item offered for sale under a store’s own label.
noun 1. a token bearing the name of a business, often exchangeable for a particular item. noun 1. another name for charge card
noun 1. an establishment where merchandise is sold, usually on a retail basis. 2. a grocery: We need bread and milk from the store. 3. a stall, room, floor, or building housing or suitable for housing a retail business. 4. a supply or stock of something, especially one for future use. 5. stores, supplies of […]