Local Area Networks: proceedings of the IFIP TC6 International Conference on Local Area Networks, INDOLAN '90, Madras, India, 30-31 January, 1990
Local Area Network (LAN) technology has progressed from a relatively simple, moderate speed, coaxial bus topology to sophisticated, high-speed, fiber-optic based networks. This book presents research relating to a range of topics, survey papers and reports on projects in progress. LAN technology, architecture, distributed systems, OSI and performance are among the subjects covered.
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access control Access Method adapter algorithm applications ArbNet architecture authentication bandwidth block broadcast buffer bytes cache CCITT channel class-2 collision communication Computer Networks configuration connected CSMA/CD cycle data transfer destination detection device device driver disk distributed encryption ERNET Ethernet failures FDDI fibre optic Figure FLEXIBUS frame delay functions hardware header host IEEE implemented India integrity interconnection interface layer linear topology lock media access Media Access Control medium mode module monitor MS-DOS msec multicast address node operating system parameters performance port priority mechanism problems procedure processor queue received request resource retransmission routing scheme sender sequence number server simulation slot solution specific speed standards station switch synchronous techniques throughput Token Bus token passing token ring topology traffic transmission transmit Wide Area Network