Elements of network protocol design/ by Mohamed G Gouda

By: Gouda, Mohamed GMaterial type: TextTextPublisher: New Delhi : Wiley, 2006Description: xviii, 506 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 9788126516476 (pbk)Subject(s): Computer network protocolsDDC classification: 004.62
Contents:
Chapter 1: How to Specify Network Protocols------------------------ Chapter 2: First Protocol Examples---------------------------- Chapter 3: Network Processes---------------------------- Chapter 4: More on Processes---------------------------- Chapter 5: Transmission Errors---------------------------- Chapter 6: Connections--------------------------- Chapter 7: Data Transfer and Multiplexing-------------------------- Chapter 8: Error Detection--------------------------- Chapter 9: Error Recovery----------------------------- Chapter 10: Flow Control------------------------------ Chapter 11: Maintaining Topology Information-------------------------- Chapter 12: The Abstraction of Perfect Channel------------------------- Chapter 13: Routing-------------------------- Chapter 14: Switching--------------------------- Chapter 15: Congestion Control--------------------------- Chapter 16: The Abstraction of Virtual Neighborhood----------------------- Chapter 17: Naming and Name Resolution------------------------ Chapter 18: Security------------------------------ Chapter 19: Data Compression---------------------------- Chapter 20: Broadcast and Multicast----------------------------- Chapter 21: Application Structure----------------------------- Chapter 22: Applications--------------------------------- Chapter 23: Ring Networks----------------------------- Chapter 24: Broadcast Networks----------------------------- Chapter 25: Protocol Layers and Hierarchies-------------------------------.
Summary: This book gives students and professionals alike both the understanding of fundamental principles and the practical guidance they need to develop successful protocol-based networking solutions. It provides Abstract Protocol notation (AP), a useful formal notation for specifying network protocols, step-by-step guidance on designing all types of network protocols, from basic routing and switching protocols to data
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Index present

Chapter 1: How to Specify Network Protocols------------------------
Chapter 2: First Protocol Examples----------------------------
Chapter 3: Network Processes----------------------------
Chapter 4: More on Processes----------------------------
Chapter 5: Transmission Errors----------------------------
Chapter 6: Connections---------------------------
Chapter 7: Data Transfer and Multiplexing--------------------------
Chapter 8: Error Detection---------------------------
Chapter 9: Error Recovery-----------------------------
Chapter 10: Flow Control------------------------------
Chapter 11: Maintaining Topology Information--------------------------
Chapter 12: The Abstraction of Perfect Channel-------------------------
Chapter 13: Routing--------------------------
Chapter 14: Switching---------------------------
Chapter 15: Congestion Control---------------------------
Chapter 16: The Abstraction of Virtual Neighborhood-----------------------
Chapter 17: Naming and Name Resolution------------------------
Chapter 18: Security------------------------------
Chapter 19: Data Compression----------------------------
Chapter 20: Broadcast and Multicast-----------------------------
Chapter 21: Application Structure-----------------------------
Chapter 22: Applications---------------------------------
Chapter 23: Ring Networks-----------------------------
Chapter 24: Broadcast Networks-----------------------------
Chapter 25: Protocol Layers and Hierarchies-------------------------------.

This book gives students and professionals alike both the understanding of fundamental principles and the practical guidance they need to develop successful protocol-based networking solutions. It provides Abstract Protocol notation (AP), a useful formal notation for specifying network protocols, step-by-step guidance on designing all types of network protocols, from basic routing and switching protocols to data

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