Object-oriented networks: models for architecture, operations, and management

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Prentice Hall, 1994 - Computers - 757 pages
A true practitioner's guide, this is the first book to apply object-oriented modeling techniques to the design, operation, and management of communication networks. Object Oriented Networks: Models for Architecture, Operations, and Management: . Demonstrates object architectures for current CPE and internetworking products - showing how an object-oriented model may be used to create a flexible product architecture, and how a single architecture can engender variations on the same product which can be used for different applications. Shows how to use object-oriented software to perform extended reasoning and complex information analysis in network management applications that work with the Internet's Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) and OSI's Common Management Information Protocol (CMIP). Provides modeling methodology for the creation and deployment of advanced network services in an Intelligent Network. Describes the network object models and relationships required for the architecture, planning, synthesis, and simulation of wide-area networks. This book is a must-read for systems architects and software developers involved in architecting and developing communication network systems, network management systems, network operations support systems, and architecture and simulation environments for network planning and synthesis.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION TO NETWORK MODELING
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PRINCIPLES OF OBJECTORIENTED MODELING
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OBJECTORIENTED MODELING VERSUS OBJECT
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