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Protocols for high-speed networks

selected and revised papers from the IFIP WG 6.1/WG 6.4 International Workshop on Protocols for High-Speed Networks, Zurich, Switzerland, 9-11 May, 1989

by IFIP WG 6.1/WG 6.4 International Workshop on Protocols for High-Speed Networks (1989 Zurich, Switzerland)

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Published by North-Holland, Distributors for the U.S. and Canada, Elsevier Science Pub. Co. in Amsterdam, New York, New York, N.Y., U.S.A .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Computer network protocols -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Harry Rudin, Robin Williamson.
    GenreCongresses.
    ContributionsRudin, Harry, 1937-, Williamson, Robin., IFIP Working Group 6.1., IFIP Working Group 6.4.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK5105.5 .I34267 1989
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 323 p. :
    Number of Pages323
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18958279M
    ISBN 100444885366
    LC Control Number89026529

    Description. This book presents a comprehensive introduction to all aspects of high-speed networking, and is not about any particular protocol or standard, but is rather a systematic approach to the principles that guide the research and design of high-speed networks, protocols, and applications. High-Speed Networks: TCP/IP and ATM Design Principles. This book presents integrated, up-to-date coverage of the key issues in the design of high-speed TCP/IP and ATM networks and provides a comprehensive, technical look at these issues/5(2).

    Protocols For High-Speed Networks, III (IFIP Transactions C: Communication Systems) by P. Gunningberg (Editor), S. Pink (Editor), Bjorn Pehrson (Editor), Björn Pehrson, Sidney Pink Paperback, Pages, Published ISBN / ISBN / As the speed of networks increase, users expect to deliver high bandwidth to their . William Stallings offers the most comprehensive technical book to address a wide range of design issues of high-speed TCP/IP and ATM networks in print to date. High-Speed Networks and Internets presents both the professional and advanced student an up-to-date survey of key s: 8.

    C.M. Woodside, K. Ravinadran, and R.G. Franks, "The Protocol Bypass Concept for High Speed OSI Data Transfer." Protocols for High-Speed Networks II, IFIP PfHSN' (Palo Alto CA US), Oct. , Marjory Johnson editor, Elsevier/North-Holland, Amsterdam NL, , pp. Google Scholar. High-speed networks, including gigabit networks, form the focus of the book. Design issues related to two types of networks occupy our attention: internets based on the Internet Protocol (IP) and the entire TCP/IP protocol suite, and ATM (asynchronous transfer mode) networks.


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Introduction This workshop on “Protocols for High-Speed Networks” is the seventh in a s- cessful series of international workshops, well known for their small and focused target audience, that provide a sound basis for intensive discussions of hi- qualityand timelyresearch work.

1 This year marks the l0 h anniversary of the IFIP International Workshop on Protocols for High-Speed Networks (PfHSN). It began in Mayon a hillside overlooking Lake Zurich in Switzerland, and arrives now in Salem Massachusetts 6, kilometers away and 10 years later, in its sixth incarnation, but still with a waterfront view (the Atlantic Ocean).

About this book. Introduction. Welcome to the fourth IFIP workshop on protocols for high speed networks in Vancouver. This workshop follows three very successful workshops held in Ziirich (), Palo Alto () and Stockholm () respectively.

We received a large number of papers in response to our call for contributions. Architecture and Protocols for High-Speed Networks contains contributions from leading world experts, giving the most up-to-date research available.

It is an essential reference for all professionals, engineers and researchers working in the area of high-speed networks.

About this book. Introduction. We arehappy to welcome you to the IFIP Protocols for High-Speed Networks '96 workshop hosted by INRIA Sophia Antipolis.

This is the fifth event in a series initiated in Zurich in followed by Palo Alto (), Stockholm (), and Vancouver (). We arehappy to welcome you to the IFIP Protocols for High-Speed Networks '96 workshop hosted by INRIA Sophia Antipolis.

This is the fifth event in a series initiated in Zurich in followed by Palo Alto (), Stockholm (), and Vancouver ().

This workshop provides an international forum. Fortunately, this is not the typical High Speed Newtworks book. Unlike most authors, Stallings goes as deep as required. Beginning with descriptions for ATM and high speed LANs, the book explain how to modelate and estimate the actual network performance, by using statistics models.

(An overview of probability and stochastic processes is included).Cited by: Welcome to the fourth IFIP workshop on protocols for high speed networks in Vancouver. This workshop follows three very successful workshops held in Ziirich (), Palo Alto () and Stockholm () respectively.

We received a large number of papers in response to our call for contributions. • Features of different high-speed networks. • Requirement for high-speed networks. • ATM Architecture and Protocols. Reference: [STA98] Chapter 1. A Brief Networking History High-Speed Networks now dominate both wide-area network (WAN) and local-area network (LAN) markets.

Public and private data networks have evolved from packet. Fourth IFIP workshop on protocols for high speed networks, sponsored by IFIP Working Groups and in cooperation with IEEE ComSoc.

Description: pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Protocols for high speed networks: life after ATM. Part 2 Protocol architecture II: high-speed OSI protocol bypass algorithm with window flow control, Y.

Thia and C. Woodside; a new label-based source routing for multi-ring networks, Y. Ofek et al. Part 3 Medium access: a performance analysis of S++ - a MAC protocol for high-speed networks, G. Watson and S. Tohme; a simple scheme for slot reuse.

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Its audience includes researchers, managers as well as network designers and operators. The main goal will be to provide timely dissemination of information and.

TCP for High-Speed Networks: /ch In response to a series of collapses due to congestion on the Internet in the mid-’80s, congestion control was added to the transmission control protocolAuthor: Nelson Luís Saldanha da Fonseca, Neila Fernanda Michel.Book is familiar in each person.

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