Computer Networks, Architecture and Applications
S. V. Raghavan, Gregor von Bochmann, G. Pujolle
North-Holland, Jan 1, 1993 - Technology & Engineering - 298 pages
Examines state-of-the art material on communication systems, particularly its applications in developing countries. It is intended to motivate students, teachers, engineers and other professionals involved in the various network disciplines to expand research in this area.
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Some Multi Media Traffic Characterization and Measurement
Management of Multimedia Applications QOS on ATM Networks
An Abstract View on Multimedia Devices in Distributed Systems
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Abstract algorithm assignment assume Asynchronous Transfer Mode audio Bochmann and G broadcast buffers CCITT cell CLNS Clos network communication Computer Networks conformance testing connection control scheme cross traffic delay destination device Distributed Systems domain environment Ethernet execution Figure flow control function graph heterogeneous heuristics host IEEE IFIP implementation interactions interface ISDN layer load balancing load sharing loss probability Markov chain messages method MHEG multicast multimedia applications network processor node operational objects optimal output packet loss parameters performance probing problem Publishers B.V. North-Holland queue queuing random access algorithms random loss router S.V. Raghavan Science Publishers B.V. Section server simulation slot SPEC specific speech sources speed station switching element Table techniques telnet throughput transition transmission transport protocol UlO-sequences virtual circuit window workload model