Data Communications Networking provides an introduction to the principles of modern, multi-media types of communication and uncovers the underlying mechanisms of network concepts. As a considerable number of concepts appear in the two most prominent protocol suites, TCP/IP and ATM, Data Communications Networking presents the multitude of basic network concepts in an organized way that clarifies their interrelations. The importance of each concept is placed in the overall picture of a communications infrastructure. By contrasting the two main protocol suites, the different architectural viewpoints stand out, enriching a discussion on networking.
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Piet Van Mieghem is a professor at the Delft University of Technology with a chair in telecommunications networks, as well as chairman of the Network Architectures and Services (NAS) group. His main research interests lie in new Internet-like architectures for future QoS-aware networks, and in the modeling and performance analysis of network behavior and complex infrastructures. Van Mieghem's first book, Performance Analysis of Communications Networks and Systems (2006), was published by Cambridge University Press.
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