This useful volume adopts a balanced approach between technology
and mathematical modeling in computer networks, covering such
topics as switching elements and fabrics, Ethernet, and ALOHA
design. The discussion includes a variety of queueing models,
routing, protocol verification and error codes and divisible load
theory, a new modeling technique with applications to grids and
parallel and distributed processing. Examples at the end of each
chapter provide ample material for practice. This book can serve as
an text for an undergraduate or graduate course on computer
networks or performance evaluation in electrical and computer
engineering or computer science.
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