(third-person singular simple present undersends, present participle undersending, simple past and past participle undersent)
- To send beneath, under, or through; submit.
- To send less than required, needed, or requested.
- One approach would be to build a meter that looks at the very long-term average rate, and allows the TCP to send so long as that average is less than the target rate. However, this has the severe drawback that if the TCP undersends for some time because it has no data to send, it builds up a credit in the meter that allows it to exceed the average rate for an excessive time.
- 2011, https://sellercentral.amazon.com/forums/thread.jspa?threadID=14372&tstart=-1:
- [...] for you to oversend something, couldn't it have been just as easy to undersend something?
- 2011, http://www.emtlife.com/showthread.php?t=24073&page=2:
- Better to over send than undersend. I wouldn't give the triage colors to dispatch, because, quite honestly, they don't care.
- That which is undersent or submitted.