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Computer Networks, Architecture & Applicationsby S. V. Raghavan
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Computer Networks, Architecture and Applications covers many aspects of research in modern communications networks for computing purposes.
Table of Contents
Invited talk. Mobile computing: a research perspective. High speed networks. A study of bandwidth allocation strategies for interactive image applications. Stability and optimality of continuous time M-ary rate control mechanisms. Mean end-to-end packet delays in hybrid integrated services networks. A modified distributed queueing access protocol for dual unidirectional bus networks. Implementation of an IEEE 802.6 compliant card for the ISA bus. Multimedia systems and applications. Vartalaap: a network based multimedia presentation system. Communication channels for data multicasting in multi-service networks. Single and multiple frame video traffic prediction using neural network models. Protocol engineering. Protocol test sequence generation using MUIOS based on TSP problem. Protocol conformance testing - a survey. Distributed systems and applications. EC: a language for distributed computing. A DSM-based portable distributed programming testbed. X.500 performance with large databases and OSInet. A queueing network model of distributed shared memory. Performance studies. Analysis of buffer management policies in layered software. On the performance of the unslotted CDMA-ALOHA access protocol for finite number of users, with and without code sharing. Implementation and performance enhancement of PC based LAN/WAN router with a differential QoS feature. Analysis of performance and fault tolerance of database management schemes for PCS. A new approach for network topology optimization. Index of contributors. Keyword index.
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