Title, High-speed networks and internets: performance and quality of service. The William Stallings books on computer and data communications technology. He covers a wide range of design issues related to high-speed networks, including The book also includes thorough coverage of high-speed networking . Editorial Reviews. From the Back Cover. "Building networks with high performance demanded eBook features: Highlight, take notes, and search in the book.
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TriComm 92 was the fifth in the series of Research Triangle conferences on Computer Communications. This series emerged from a need to provide a forum for. The objectives of HSNMC (International Conference on High Speed can be used on all reading devices; Immediate eBook download after download. TriComm '92 was the fifth in the series of Research Triangle conferences on Computer Communications. This series emerged from a need to provide a forum for.
Traffic Characterization in a Wide Area Network. Engineering of Telecommunications Software. Reliability of Telecommunications Software: Software Metrics and the Quality of Telecommunication Software.
Back Matter Pages This series emerged from a need to provide a forum for the people who are actively involved in Research and Development in the Research Triangle area in which they could present and discuss new ideas in Computer Communications. TriComm '92 was dedicated to High Speed networks. In particular, the program was developed around the following themes: I would like to thank all the speakers who agreed to present a paper. I would also like to thank Mr.
Raif Onvural. I would also like to thank my "Guardian Angel" Ms. Margaret Hudacko.
Center for Communications and Signal Processing. State University, who made all the local arrangements. North Carolina Without her help, this conference would have been a complete disaster. Many thanks also go to Norene Miller. North Carolina State University. I would like to thank Mr. The Need for Speed and Quality of Service.
Outline of the Book. Appendix lA: Internet and Web Resources. Protocols and Architecture. The Need for a Protocol Architecture.
The OSI Model. Recommended Reading and Web Site. TCP and IP. User Datagram Protocol.
The Internet Protocol IP. Recommended Reading and Web Sites. Packet-Switching Networks. Frame Relay Networks. ATM Protocol Architecture. ATM Logical Connections. ATM Cells. ATM Service Categories.
High-Speed LANs. Fibre Channel. Wireless LANs. Overview of Probability and Stochastic Processes. Random Variables. Stochastic Processes. Queuing Analysis. Why Queuing Analysis.
Queuing Models. Single-Server Queues. Multiserver Queues. Queues with Priorities. Networks of Queues. Other Queuing Models.
Estimating Model Parameters. Self-Similar Traffic. Self-Similar Data Traffic. Examples of Self-Similar Data Traffic. Performance Implications of Self-Similarity. Congestion Control in Data Networks and Internets. Effects of Congestion. Congestion and Control. Traffic Management. Congestion Control in Packet-Switching Networks. Frame Relay Congestion Control.
Link-Level Flow and Error Control. The Need for Flow and Error Control. Link Control Mechanisms. ARQ Performance. Recommended Reading. TCP Traffic Control. TCP Flow Control. TCP Congestion Control. Traffic Management Framework. Traffic Control. ABR Traffic Management. GFR Traffic Management. Elementary Concepts of Graph Theory. Shortest Path Length Determination. Interior Routing Protocols.
Internet Routing Principles. Exterior Routing Protocols and Multicast. Integrated and Differentiated Services. Queuing Discipline. Random Early Detection. Differentiated Services. Appendix 17A: Real-Time Traffic.
Protocols for QOS Support. Multiprotocol Label Switching. Overview of Information Theory. Information and Entropy. Lossless Compression. Run-Length Encoding Techniques. Facsimile Compression.