Protocols for High Speed Networks V

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Walid Dabbous, Christophe Diot
Springer, Oct 31, 1996 - Computers - 248 pages
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This book presents a state-of-the-art view of transmission control for multimedia applications and new communication system architectures. It focuses on the problems of achieving efficient transmission of multimedia time-constrained application data using high-speed networks and internetworks. Key areas include: protocol development; quality of service issues; protocol analysis; high-performance architectures; implementation of high-speed protocols; experimental studies; application-oriented issues; application-controlled communication systems; protocols for distributed multimedia applications; protocol implementation tools.

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