High performance networking, IV: proceedings of the IFIP TC6/WG6.4 Fourth International Conference on High Performance Networking, Liège, Belgium, 14-18 December, 1992, Volume 4
Exploring the increase of performance of networked equipment made possible by new communication supports, this publication should be of particular interest to engineers, computer scientists, EDP managers , R & D professionals, and other researchers, manufacturers, and operators involved in the telecommunications industry.The examination of developments in the field is focused on three main areas. The first is the multimedia communication systems and, more specifically, the distributed multimedia aspects. The second is the enhanced functions and facilities for the network and transport layers to support the changing application environment and to exploit the new networks already, or soon to be, available. The third area is the search for efficient implementations and for high performance systems.
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acknowledgement adapter algorithm B-ISDN bandwidth bucket buffer bytes cell channel checksum client communication Computer congestion control connection DATA packet data transfer DECstation distributed multimedia distributed queue end-to-end error control FDDI Figure file transfer flow control frame FSMs FTAM functions header High Performance High Speed Transport host HSDLC IEEE IFIP implementation input iWarp jitter JVTOS LANs maximum mechanism memory module multicast multimedia applications multiplexing network interface node operations orchestration overhead P-frames parallel processor protocol architecture protocol data units protocol processing real-time request reservation retransmission router scheme segment sender sequence number server Shared Window simulation slots SMDS specification streams subsystem synchronisation TCP/IP throughput traffic transit delay transmission transmit transport protocol transport service TSDU TURBOchannel upper layer protocol user data workstation