For Computer Scientists and Engineers
Author: Michael Duck,Richard Read
Publisher: Pearson Education
Category: Technology & Engineering
This second edition has been thoroughly revised to cover current networking issues and technologies. Specific updates include those on networks and their management, transmission technologies, security and encryption.
Author: Behrouz A. Forouzan,Catherine Ann Coombs,Sophia Chung Fegan
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Science, Engineering & Mathematics
Category: Computer networks
This is a thorough introduction to the concepts underlying networking technology, from physical carrier media to protocol suites (for example, TCP/IP). The author includes historical material to show the logic behind the development of a given mechanism, and also includes comprehensive discussions of increasingly important material, such as B-ISDN (Broadband Integrated Services Digital Network) and ATM (Asynchronous Transmission Mode).
Author: Jerry FitzGerald,Alan Dennis
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Over the past few years, many fundamental changes have occurred in data communications and networking that will shape the future for decades to come. Updated with the latest advances in the field, Jerry FitzGerald and Alan Dennis' 10th Edition of Business Data Communications and Networking continues to provide the fundamental concepts and cutting-edge coverage applications that students need to succeed in this fast-moving field. Authors FitzGerald and Dennis have developed a foundation and balanced presentation from which new technologies and applications can be easily understood, evaluated, and compared.
Author: Curt White
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Balancing the most technical concepts with practical everyday issues, DATABASE COMMUNICATIONS AND COMPUTER NETWORKS, 8e provides thorough coverage of the basic features, operations, and limitations of different types of computer networks--making it the ideal resource for future business managers, computer programmers, system designers, as well as home computer users. Offering a comprehensive introduction to computer networks and data communications, the book includes coverage of the language of computer networks as well as the effects of data communications on business and society. It provides full coverage of wireless technologies, industry convergence, compression techniques, network security, LAN technologies, VoIP, and error detection and correction. The Eighth Edition also offers up-to-the-minute coverage of near field communications, updated USB interface, lightning interface, and IEEE 802.11 ac and ad wireless standards, firewall updates, router security problems, the Internet of Things, cloud computing, zero-client workstations, and Internet domain names. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Author: Chwan-Hwa (John) Wu,J. David Irwin
Publisher: CRC Press
If a network is not secure, how valuable is it? Introduction to Computer Networks and Cybersecurity takes an integrated approach to networking and cybersecurity, highlighting the interconnections so that you quickly understand the complex design issues in modern networks. This full-color book uses a wealth of examples and illustrations to effectively connect the principles of networks and networking protocols with the relevant cybersecurity issues. Get the Fundamentals of Internet Architecture and the Protocol Layers Organized into six parts, the book walks you through the fundamentals, starting with the way most people first encounter computer networks—through the Internet architecture. Part 1 covers the most important Internet applications and the methods used to develop them. Part 2 discusses the network edge, consisting of hosts, access networks, LANs, and the physical media used with the physical and link layers. Part 3 explores the network core, including packet/circuit switches, routers, and the Internet backbone, and Part 4 examines reliable transport and the management of network congestion. Learn about Malware and Security Systems Building on the concepts and principles, the book then delves into state-of-the-art cybersecurity mechanisms in Part 5. It reviews the types of malware and the various security systems, made up of firewalls, intrusion detection systems, and other components. Crucially, it provides a seamless view of an information infrastructure in which security capabilities are built in rather than treated as an add-on feature. The book closes with a look at emerging technologies, including virtualization and data center and cloud computing unified communication. Understand Cyber Attacks—and What You Can Do to Defend against Them This comprehensive text supplies a carefully designed introduction to both the fundamentals of networks and the latest advances in Internet security. Addressing cybersecurity from an Internet perspective, it prepares you to better understand the motivation and methods of cyber attacks and what you can do to protect the networks and the applications that run on them. Pedagogical Features The book’s modular design offers exceptional flexibility, whether you want to use it for quick reference, self-study, or a wide variety of one- or two-semester courses in computer networks, cybersecurity, or a hybrid of both. Learning goals in each chapter show you what you can expect to learn, and end-of-chapter problems and questions test your understanding. Throughout, the book uses real-world examples and extensive illustrations and screen captures to explain complicated concepts simply and clearly. Ancillary materials, including PowerPoint® animations, are available to instructors with qualifying course adoption.
Author: Behrouz A. Forouzan
Publisher: Huga Media
Category: Asynchronous transfer mode
Author: Youlu Zheng,Shakil Akhtar
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
Networks for Computer Scientists and Engineers is a data communications and networks textbook with a unique software projects and laboratory-based approach. Due to its innovative and distinctive features, it has won unanimous recommendation and partial sponsorship by the curriculum development committee of the National Science Foundation. Designed for undergraduate students, it covers both fundamental theory and modern technologies. The Instructor's Manual and CD (available to adopters) provide step-by-step instructions for configuring client/server computers, hubs, routers, and switches to construct a cost-effective prototype network lab with implementation of web (http), email, VPN, and other servers. This prototype lab is based on Linux and other popular platforms, demonstrates how different protocols and components are integrated into a heterogeneous network, and provides an ideal environment for troubleshooting and experimental network management. The book's accompanying software projects--included on the instructor's CD--are not merely samples but complete software packages with real applications and utilities written in Java, C, C++, assembly language, and thoroughly tested by professors and students at several universities. Used together, Networks for Computer Scientists and Engineers and the accompanying laboratory projects actively engage students in the learning process and provide opportunities for critical thinking, problem solving, and creativity in a controlled real-world setting. Features · Covers LAN, WAN, wireless, and high-speed networking technologies; OSI seven layers; data communications; and network performance, programming, management, and security · Includes networking projects with directions and sample solutions · Features numerous figures, examples, summaries, review questions, references, and a glossary · Contains problem sets and up-to-date World Wide Web sites related to each chapter · Provides answers to the review questions and step-by-step instructions in the accompanying Instructor's Manual
Author: Regis J. Bates,Donald W. Gregory
Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional
Once again, Bud Bates brings you the most comprehensive and definitive reference covering the latest in networking and telecommunications technologies. Updated to cover wireless protocols, optical networking, and high-speed broadband services this easy-to-understand resource contains comprehensive coverage of this fast-growing industry. Learn everything from basic concepts to practical implementation techniques--all presented in a straightforward and jargon-free style.
Author: Houston Carr,Charles Snyder
Written for students and managers who do not have a technical background, Data Communications and Network Security comprehensively introduces students to the technology and management of data communications. This includes both wired and wireless technology as well as comprehensive coverage of network security, helping both the organization and the individual create and maintain a data-safe environment. The book's unique organization allows the material to be presented in a variety of ways, making the book a strong match to any teaching approach.
Author: PRAKASH C. GUPTA
Publisher: PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd.
Primarily intended as a text for undergraduate courses in Electronics and Communications Engineering, Computer Science, IT courses, and Computer Applications, this up-to-date and accessible text gives an indepth analysis of data communications and computer networks in an easy-to-read style. Though a new title, it is a completely revised and fully updated version of the author's earlier book Data Communications. The rapid strides made during the last decade in the fields of data communication and networking, and the close link between these two subjects have prompted the author to add several chapters on computer networks in this text. The book gives a masterly analysis of topics ranging from the principles of data transmission to computer networking applications. It also provides standard protocols, thereby enabling to bridge the gap between theory and practice. What's more, it correlates the network protocols to the concepts, which are explained with the help of numerous examples to facilitate students' understanding of the subject. This well-organized text presents the latest developments in the field and details current topics of interest such as Multicasting, MPLS, IPv6, Gigabit Ethernets, IPSec, SSL, Auto-negotiation, Wireless LANs, Network security, Differentiated services, and ADSL. Besides students, the practicing professionals would find the book to be a valuable resource.
Author: Ronald L. Brewster,Institution of Electrical Engineers
The thoroughly revised and updated third edition of this successful book includes considerable new material, in particular in the areas of broadband ISDN technology, local area networks (LANs) and network management. The aim overall is to provide an appreciation of the strategies and techniques available for the provision of data communications both nationally and internationally. The book will be an invaluable reference for telecommunications and data communications engineers and managers, and professionals in the areas of computing and information technology.
Author: Roberto Rojas-Cessa
Publisher: CRC Press
This book introduces different interconnection networks applied to different systems. Interconnection networks are used to communicate processing units in a multi-processor system, routers in communication networks, and servers in data centers. Queuing techniques are applied to interconnection networks to support a higher utilization of resources. There are different queuing strategies, and these determine not only the performance of the interconnection network, but also the set of requirements to make them work effectively and their cost. Routing algorithms are used to find routes to destinations and directions in what information travels. Additional properties, such as avoiding deadlocks and congestion, are sought. Effective routing algorithms need to be paired up with these networks. The book will introduce the most relevant interconnection networks, queuing strategies, and routing algorithm. It discusses their properties and how these leverage the performance of the whole interconnection system. In addition, the book covers additional topics for memory management and congestion avoidance, used to extract higher performance from the interconnection network.
Author: Saha, Debashis
Publisher: IGI Global
"This book contains case studies, theories, and empirical research aimed to assist individuals and organizations in understanding the critical concepts of data networking and communications"--Provided by publisher.
Author: Ray Horak
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Technology & Engineering
For an accessible and comprehensive survey of telecommunications and data communications technologies and services, consult the Telecommunications and Data Communications Handbook, which includes information on origins, evolution and meaningful contemporary applications. Find discussions of technologies set in context, with details on fiber optics, cellular radio, digital carrier systems, TCP/IP, and the Internet. Explore topics like Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP); 802.16 & WiMAX; Passive Optical Network (PON); 802.11g & Multiple Input Multiple Output (MIMO) in this easily accessible guide without the burden of technical jargon.
Author: J. Scott Haugdahl
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Professional
This complete, expert guide offers authoritative, real-world information to analyzing and troubleshooting networks. Readers find invaluable "straight-from-the-trenches" tips, diagrams, trace file snapshots--everything they need to keep networks operating at peak performance. A fully searchable CD-ROM contains an extensive library of technical papers and resources.
Author: Kishor S. Trivedi
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
An accessible introduction to probability, stochastic processes, and statistics for computer science and engineering applications Second edition now also available in Paperback. This updated and revised edition of the popular classic first edition relates fundamental concepts in probability and statistics to the computer sciences and engineering. The author uses Markov chains and other statistical tools to illustrate processes in reliability of computer systems and networks, fault tolerance, and performance. This edition features an entirely new section on stochastic Petri nets—as well as new sections on system availability modeling, wireless system modeling, numerical solution techniques for Markov chains, and software reliability modeling, among other subjects. Extensive revisions take new developments in solution techniques and applications into account and bring this work totally up to date. It includes more than 200 worked examples and self-study exercises for each section. Probability and Statistics with Reliability, Queuing and Computer Science Applications, Second Edition offers a comprehensive introduction to probability, stochastic processes, and statistics for students of computer science, electrical and computer engineering, and applied mathematics. Its wealth of practical examples and up-to-date information makes it an excellent resource for practitioners as well. An Instructor's Manual presenting detailed solutions to all the problems in the book is available from the Wiley editorial department.
Author: John M. Wozencraft,Irwin Mark Jacobs
Publisher: Waveland PressInc
Category: Technology & Engineering
This book provides a cohesive introduction to much of the vast body of knowledge central to the problems of communication engineering.
Fundamentals and Applications
Author: Bernard Sklar
The clear, easy-to-understand introduction to digital communications Completely updated coverage of today's most critical technologies Step-by-step implementation coverage Trellis-coded modulation, fading channels, Reed-Solomon codes, encryption, and more Exclusive coverage of maximizing performance with advanced "turbo codes" "This is a remarkably comprehensive treatment of the field, covering in considerable detail modulation, coding (both source and channel), encryption, multiple access and spread spectrum. It can serve both as an excellent introduction for the graduate student with some background in probability theory or as a valuable reference for the practicing ommunication system engineer. For both communities, the treatment is clear and well presented." - Andrew Viterbi, The Viterbi Group Master every key digital communications technology, concept, and technique. Digital Communications, Second Edition is a thoroughly revised and updated edition of the field's classic, best-selling introduction. With remarkable clarity, Dr. Bernard Sklar introduces every digital communication technology at the heart of today's wireless and Internet revolutions, providing a unified structure and context for understanding them -- all without sacrificing mathematical precision. Sklar begins by introducing the fundamentals of signals, spectra, formatting, and baseband transmission. Next, he presents practical coverage of virtually every contemporary modulation, coding, and signal processing technique, with numeric examples and step-by-step implementation guidance. Coverage includes: Signals and processing steps: from information source through transmitter, channel, receiver, and information sink Key tradeoffs: signal-to-noise ratios, probability of error, and bandwidth expenditure Trellis-coded modulation and Reed-Solomon codes: what's behind the math Synchronization and spread spectrum solutions Fading channels: causes, effects, and techniques for withstanding fading The first complete how-to guide to turbo codes: squeezing maximum performance out of digital connections Implementing encryption with PGP, the de facto industry standard Whether you're building wireless systems, xDSL, fiber or coax-based services, satellite networks, or Internet infrastructure, Sklar presents the theory and the practical implementation details you need. With nearly 500 illustrations and 300 problems and exercises, there's never been a faster way to master advanced digital communications. CD-ROM INCLUDED The CD-ROM contains a complete educational version of Elanix' SystemView DSP design software, as well as detailed notes for getting started, a comprehensive DSP tutorial, and over 50 additional communications exercises.
Author: Gary R. Bertoline,Eric N. Wiebe
Category: Engineering graphics
Bertoline's text covers the latest CAD tools available to engineering and technology students. This new edition covers the fundamentals while emphasising the important concepts: visualisation, 3D modelling real-world design, problem-solving and teamwork.
Technology, Design, and Management Control
Author: Houston H. Carr,Charles A. Snyder,Bliss N. Bailey
Publisher: Pearson College Division
KEY BENEFIT: This book aims to provide comprehensive knowledge of network security to students without a technical background who will need this knowledge to be effective managers. KEY TOPICS: Risk assessment and management, computer security, threats to network security, managing system protection, wireless security, disaster planning, security management, and legal & ethical issues. For industry managers looking to understand the management of network security in a comprehensive and balanced manner.