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2000年03月01日

通信 > 通信线路工程、通信网
Morgan Kaufmann Publishers
4769
英语
16开
High-Performance Communication Networks
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计算机科学丛书







By focusing on the convergence of the telephone, computer networking, cable TV, and wireless industries, this fully revised second edition explains current and emerging networking technologies. The authors proceed from fundamental principles to develop a comprehensive understanding of network architectures, protocols, control, performance, and economics. Communications engineers, computer scientists, and network administrators and managers will appreciate the book for its perspectives on the innovations that impact their work. Students will be enriched by the descriptive and thorough coverage of networking, giving them the knowledge to explore rewarding career opportunities.
Changes
- New chapters on TCP/IP and wireless
- New material on WDM links, switches, optical networks
- New sections on access: ADSL, cable
- Updated treatment of ATM (UNI, PNNI, MPOA)
- New sections on control of datagram networks
- Virtually new chapter on network economics
1 Overview Changes
- new figures on telecommunications industry
- updating of history to reflect current trends
(1.1) History of Communication Networks
(1.1.1) Telephone Networks
(1.1.2) Computer Networks
(1.1.3) Cable Television Networks
(1.1.4) Wireless Networks
(1.2) Networking Principles
(1.2.1) Digitization
(1.2.2) Economies of Scale
(1.2.3) Network Externalities
(1.2.4) Service Integration
(1.3) Future Networks
(1.3.1) The Internet
(1.3.2) Pure ATM Network
(1.3.3) Cable TV
(1.3.4) Wireless
(1.3.5) And the Winner Is
2 Network Services and Layered Architectures Changes
- new section on Applications
- updated discussion of service quality
- new subsection on Congestion control
- new section on Network Architectures
- new section on Network Bottlenecks
(2.1) Applications
(2.1.1) World-Wide Web
(2.1.2) Audio or Video Streams
(2.1.3) Voice over Packets and Videoconferences
(2.1.4) Networked Games
(2.1.5) Client/Server
(2.2) Traffic Characterization and Quality of Service
(2.2.1) Constant Bit Rate
(2.2.2) Variable Bit Rate
(2.2.3) Messages
(2.2.4) Other Requirements
(2.3) Network Services
(2.3.1) Connection-Oriented Service
(2.3.2) Connectionless Service
(2.4) High-Performance Networks
(2.4.1) Traffic Increase
(2.4.2) High-Performance
(2.5) Network Elements
(2.5.1) Principal Network Elements
(2.5.2) Network Elements and Service Characteristics
(2.5.3) Examples
(2.6) Basic Network Mechanisms
(2.6.1) Multiplexing
(2.6.2) Switching
(2.6.3) Error Control
(2.6.4) Flow Control
(2.6.5) Congestion Control
(2.6.6) Resource Allocation
(2.7) Layered Architecture
(2.7.1) Layers
(2.7.2) Implementation of Layers
(2.8) Open Data Network Model
(2.9) Network Architectures
(2.10) Network Bottlenecks
3 Packet-Switched Networks Changes
- Fast Ethernets, Ethernet switches, VLANs
(3.1) OSI and IP Models
(3.1.1) Layer 1: Physical Layer
(3.1.2) Layer 2: Data Link Layer
(3.1.3) Sublayer 2a: Media Access Control
(3.1.4) Sublayer 2b: Logical Link Control
(3.1.5) Layer 3: Network Layer
(3.1.6) Layer 4: Transport Layer
(3.1.7) Layer 5: Session Layer
(3.1.8) Layer 6: Presentation Layer
(3.1.9) Layer 7: Application Layer
(3.1.10) Summary
(3.2) Ethernet (IEEE 802.3)
(3.2.1) Physical Layer
(3.2.2) MAC
(3.2.3) LLC
(3.3) Token Ring (IEEE 802.5)
(3.3.1) Physical Layer
(3.3.2) MAC
(3.3.3) LLC
(3.4) FDDI
(3.5) DQDB
(3.6) Frame Relay
(3.7) SMDS
4 The Internet and TCP/IP Networks Changes
- New chapter unifies treatment of TCP/IP
- More thorough discussion of TCP and applications
- New treatment of TCP performance
- Extended discussion of improvements to TCP, including protocol enhancements
(4.1) Internet
(4.2) Overview of Internet Protocols
(4.3) Internet Protocol
(4.4) TCP and UDP
(4.5) Internet Success and Limitation
(4.6) Performance of TCP/IP Networks
(4.6.1) Window Adjustment in TCP
(4.6.2) Suggested Improvements for TCP
(4.6.3) Suggested Improvements for IP
(4.6.4) Suggested Improvements for Other Protocols
5 Circuit-Switched Networks Changes
- Update of SONET
- Update on passive optical networks
- New sections on ADSL, Cable TV
- More complete treatment of MPEG
(5.1) Performance of Circuit-Switched Networks
(5.2) SONET
(5.2.1) SONET Frame Structure
(5.3) Dense wave-division multiplexing
(5.4) Fiber to the Home
(5.4.1) The Optical Loop Carrier System
(5.4.2) Passive Optical Networks
(5.4.3) Passive Photonic Loop
(5.4.4) Hybrid Scheme
(5.5) Digital subscriber line
(5.5.1) ISDN
(5.5.2) ADSL
(5.6) Intelligent Networks
(5.6.1) Service Examples
(5.6.2) Intelligent Network Architecture
(5.6.3) Functional Components
(5.7) CATV
(5.7.1) Layout
(5.7.2) CATV layered network
(5.7.3) Services over CATV
(5.7.4) MPEG
6 Asynchronous Transfer Mode Changes
- Updates on ATM services
- New section on addressing, signaling and routing (UNI,PNNI)
- Updates on ATM adaptation layer
- Updates on ATM management
- Recent work on IP over ATM including multicast, MPOA
(6.1) Main Features of ATM
(6.1.1) Connection-Oriented Service
(6.1.2) Fixed Cell Size
(6.1.3) Statistical Multiplexing
(6.1.4) Allocating Resources
(6.2) Addressing, signaling and routing
(6.2.1) ATM addressing
(6.2.2) Signaling
(6.2.3) PNNI routing
(6.3) ATM Header Structure
(6.3.1) VCI and VPI
(6.3.2) Other Fields
(6.3.3) Reserved VCI/VPI
(6.4) ATM Adaptation Layer
(6.4.1) Type 1
(6.4.2) Type 2
(6.4.3) Type 3/4
(6.4.4) Type 5
(6.5) Management and Control
(6.5.1) Fault Management
(6.5.2) Traffic and Congestion Control
(6.5.3) Network Status Monitoring and Configuration
(6.5.4) User/Network Signaling
(6.6) BISDN
(6.7) Internetworking with ATM
(6.7.1) Multiprotocol Encapsulation over AAL5
(6.7.2) LAN Emulation over ATM
(6.7.3) IP over ATM
(6.7.4) Multiprotocol over ATM (MPOA)
(6.7.5) FR and SMDS over ATM
7 Wireless Networks Changes
- New chapter
- Detailed survey of wireless link impairments
- Survey of medium access, network protocols
- Detailed survey of existing wireless networks
- Outline of ongoing work in industry and standards
(7.1) Introduction
(7.1.1) History of Wireless Networks
(7.1.2) Wireless Data Vision
(7.1.3) Technical Challenges
(7.2) The Wireless Channel
(7.2.1) Path loss
(7.2.2) Shadow Fading
(7.2.3) Multipath Flat-fading and Intersymbol Interference
(7.2.4) Doppler Frequency Shift
(7.2.5) Interference
(7.2.6) Infrared versus Radio
(7.2.7) Capacity Limits of Wireless Channels
(7.3) Link Level Design
(7.3.1) Modulation Techniques
(7.3.2) Channel Coding and Link Layer Retransmission
(7.3.3) Flat-Fading Countermeasures
(7.3.4) Intersymbol Interference Countermeasures
(7.4) Channel Access
(7.4.1) Multiple Access
(7.4.2) Random Access
(7.4.3) Spectral Etiquette
(7.5) Network Design
(7.5.1) Architecture
(7.5.2) Mobility Management
(7.5.3) Network Reliability
(7.5.4) Internetworking
(7.5.5) Security
(7.5.6) A New Paradigm for Wireless Network Design
(7.6) Wireless Networks Today
(7.6.1) Cellular Telephone Systems
(7.6.2) Cordless Phones
(7.6.3) Wireless LANs
(7.6.4) Wide Area Wireless Data Services
(7.6.5) Paging Systems
(7.6.6) Satellite Networks
(7.6.7) Other Wireless Systems and Applications
(7.7) Future Systems and Standards
(7.7.1) Wireless LANs
(7.7.2) Ad-Hoc Wireless Networks
(7.7.3) IMT-2000
(7.7.4) High Speed Digital Cellular
(7.7.5) Fixed Wireless Access
(7.7.6) HomeRF and Bluetooth
8 Control of Networks Changes
- New section on congestion control in datagram networks
(8.1) Objectives and Methods of Control
(8.1.1) Overview
(8.1.2) Control Methods
(8.1.3) Time Scales
(8.1.4) Examples
(8.1.5) Quality of Service
(8.2) Circuit-Switched Networks
(8.2.1) Blocking
(8.2.2) Routing Optimization
(8.3) Datagram Networks
(8.3.1) Queuing Model
(8.3.2) Key Queuing Result
(8.3.3) Routing Optimization
(8.3.4) Congestion Control
(8.4) ATM Networks
(8.4.1) Control Problems
(8.4.2) Deterministic Approaches
(8.4.3) Statistical Procedures
(8.4.4) Deterministic or Statistical
9 Control of Networks: Mathematical Background Changes
- New section on Large Deviations in Network
(9.1) Markov Chains
(9.1.1) Overview
(9.1.2) Discrete Time
(9.1.3) Continuous Time
(9.2) Circuit-Switched Networks
(9.2.1) Single Switch
(9.2.2) Network
(9.3) Datagram Networks
(9.3.1) M/M/1 Queue
(9.3.2) Discrete-Time Queue
(9.3.3) Jackson Network
(9.3.4) Buffer Occupancy for an MMF Source
(9.3.5) Insensitivity of Blocking Probability
(9.4) ATM Networks
(9.4.1) Deterministic Approaches
(9.4.2) Large Deviations of iid Random Variables
(9.4.3) Straight-Line Large Deviations
(9.4.4) Large Deviation of a Queue
(9.4.5) Bahadur-Rao Theorem
10 Network Economics Changes
- New section on Derived demand
- New section on ISP economics
- New section in INDEX experiment and system
(10.1) The Derived Demand for Network Services
(10.1.1) Information goods
(10.1.2) Site rents
(10.2) Internet Service Providers
(10.2.1) A subscriber demand model
(10.2.2) Empirical evidence
(10.3) Network Charges: Theory and Practice
(10.3.1) A resource model
(10.3.2) Economic Principles
(10.3.3) Charges in Practice
(10.3.4) Vulnerability of the Internet
(10.4) A Billing and Provisioniong System for Internet Connections
(10.4.1) User experience
(10.4.2) Demand for variable quality
(10.4.3) The INDEX billing and provisioning system
(10.4.4) Flexibility of INDEX pricing and provisioning
(10.5) Pricing a Single Resource
(10.5.1) Usage-Based Prices
(10.5.2) Congestion Prices
(10.5.3) Cost Recovery and Optimum Link Capacity
(10.6) Pricing for ATM Services
(10.6.1) A Model of ATM Resources and Services
(10.6.2) Revenue Maximization
11 Optical Networks Changes
- Optical links section abbreviated
- New section on WDM
- New section on Optical LANs
- New section on optical switching
- New section on optical routing and networks
(11.1) Optical links
(11.1.1) Transmitter
(11.1.2) Receiver
(11.1.3) Fiber
(11.1.4) Subcarrier Multiplexing
(11.2) WDM Systems
(11.3) Optical Cross-Connects
(11.4) Optical LANs
(11.4.1) Single-hop LANs
(11.4.2) Multi-hop LANs
(11.5) Optical Paths and Networks
(11.5.1) Static wavelength assignment
(11.5.2) Dynamic wavelength assignment and blocking
(11.5.3) Ring networks
(11.5.4) Hierarchical mesh networks
(11.5.5) Optical networks
12 Switching Changes
- New section on packet switching
- Updating treatment of switch architectures to include multicast
(12.1) Switch Performance Measures
(12.2) Time- and Space-Division Switching
(12.3) Modular Switch Designs
(12.4) Packet Switching
(12.5) Distributed Buffer
(12.5.1) Impact of Hot Spots
(12.5.2) Input Buffers
(12.5.3) Combating Hot Spots
(12.5.4) Multicasting
(12.6) Shared Buffer
(12.6.1) Multicasting
(12.6.2) Queuing Analysis
(12.7) Output Buffer
(12.7.1) Multicasting
(12.7.2) Knockout
(12.8) Input Buffer
(12.8.1) HOL Blocking
(12.8.2) Overcoming HOL Blocking
(12.8.3) Multicasting
13 Towards a Global Multimedia Network
(13.1) Attributes of the Global Network
(13.2) Technology Areas
(13.2.1) Architecture
(13.2.2) Networking
(13.2.3) Signal Processing
(13.2.4) Applications
(13.3) Challenges
(13.3.1) Architecture
(13.3.2) Quality of Service
(13.3.3) Mobility
(13.3.4) Heterogeneity
(13.3.5) Scalability and Configurability
(13.3.6) Extensibility and Complexity Management
(13.3.7) Security
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