We define function PF to calculate the fitness of each path, in which available bandwidth of path, available CPU of nodes across the path, and the

length of path are considered.

Since the

length of path depends on the number of nodes and the probability of connections, they have a direct impact on the network topology duration.

Then [L.sub.1](t) and [L.sub.2](t), the

length of Path I and Path II, are expressed as

After adding the length of fed pin and shorting pin, the total electrical

length of path 1 is about 160 mm, which is about 0.5-wavelength of 900 MHz.

The park has many long and short paths that don't get flooded, so it must be obvious that this ten metre

length of path is surely too low compared to the surrounding woodland.

As the

length of path is increased, the probability that a packet sent by the source will be able to meet the deadline decreases.

, [e.sub.k]) in which, for each i satisfying 1 [less than or equal to] i [less than or eqaul to] 1 - 1, the final vertex of edge el coincides with the initial vertex of edge [e.sub.i+1]; 1 is called the

length of path ([e.sub.1], [e.sub.2], ...

However, if we analysis all factors including geology, geometry, environment, rain, human factor etc., it is possible to summaries the salient factors which affect the sliding speed of a landslide as the followings: 1) volume of landslide (v); 2) slope of slide path ([alpha]) ; 3) relative height of shear-out position (h); 4) transitional angle of sliding path ([beta]); 5) magnitude of earthquake (a); 6) rain factor (w); 7) deformation of landslide body (u); 8) ratio of length of a landslide to

length of path ([K.sub.L]).

It runs along a short

length of path in the park, which joins the car park at the rear end of Aldi supermarket on the Stratford Road.

Don't cinch the end knot down tight on the spacerless inside of a curving

length of path. Leave the cord the same length as its mate.

(The energy delivered per unit

length of path, electron-volts per micrometer, is called the linear energy transfer, or LET, of the radiation.)