Dynamic routing is vital to the efficient operation and continued growth of every telecommunications network that handles a high volume of calls. Here is the first in-depth treatment of this vital new technology, written by one of its key developers at AT&T. Thorough and practice-focused, it provides network engineers and planners with the tools required to design, operate, and manage dynamic routing networks. Part of the McGraw-Hill Telecommunications Series.
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a practice-focused guide to the design, deployment, and maintenance of dynamic routing networks. Dynamic routing techniques are the key to growth in every kind of telecommunications network, Here at alst is the definitive guide that shows how to analyze, design, manage, and operate dynamic networks--written by one of the key originators of the technology. Based on actual implementation, this in-depth manual provides all the tools needed by network engineers and planners involved with any aspect of dynamic networks. The author's practical, A-to-Z treatment of the subject will also prove invaluable to telecommunications software designers, researchers, and students. As the only complete reference to the subject, this guide delivers: A tutorial overview of the principles of dynamic routing networks and the factors driving their evolution; Descriptions and comparisons of all categories of dynamic routing networks (both current and proposed) in terms of efficiency, cost and performance; Global perspectives on research and state-of-the-art practice; And much more.About the Author:
Gerald R. Ash is the Manager of Routing Evolution Planning in the Network Technology Development division of AT&T Labs, where dynamic routing was pioneered. He has worked in this area since 1976 and is widely regarded as a world expert on the subject of routing. His research has been quoted extensively in textbooks and articles on telecommunications networks. Mr. Ash lives and works in Monmouth County, New Jersey.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Professional, 1997. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110070064148
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