High Performance Networking: IFIP TC-6 Eighth International Conference on High Performance Networking (HPN‘98) Vienna, Austria, September 21–25, 1998
High Performance Networking is a state-of-the-art book that deals with issues relating to the fast-paced evolution of public, corporate and residential networks. It focuses on the practical and experimental aspects of high performance networks and introduces novel approaches and concepts aimed at improving the performance, usability, interoperability and scalability of such systems. Among others, the topics covered include:
High Performance Networking is suitable as a secondary text for a graduate level course on high performance networking, and as a reference for researchers and practitioners in industry.
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adaptation algorithm allocation applications approach architecture ATM Forum ATM network bandwidth bottleneck buffer bytes cell client communication Computer congestion avoidance congestion control connection cost data packets delay bound differentiated services distributed dynamic end-to-end environment Ethernet feedback Figure fragmentation function gateway guaranteed hop count host IEEE IETF implementation increase input port interaction interface Internet Draft IP multicast IP networks IPv6 ITU-T latency layer load maximum Mbps mechanism mobile multicast tree multimedia node optimal output packet loss parallel computing parameters path performance policing problem proposed queue receiver request retransmission router routing RSVP RTCP scalability scheduling scheme sender server session shared signaling simulation slot stream subnet switch flow control TCP-BFA throughput topology Traffic Conditioner traffic contract transmission transmitted VC merging Vegas virtual circuits VRML