This book focuses on the analysis of multiaccess communication systems that include both local area and radio networks. Because the field of computer communication networks has progressed immensely in recent years, most material in this volume has, so far, only been covered in a limited form mostly without a thorough analysis or has never appeared except scattered in specialized professional journals. This book, for the first time, collects all these topics and presents them in a unified and uniform framework. The subjects covered in the volume were chosen judiciously. Each subsection presents a communication system that differs in nature from the others in the system characteristic, the purpose of the system, or the method of analysis. Via this approach the authors have succeeded in covering all types of multiaccess systems and most of the analytical methods used in their analysis. An extensive bibliography is attached to enhance its use as a reference for professionals. For the teacher and student, a fair number of nontrivial exercises are included.
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