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Computer Network Book for EC Branch

By Archana Soni, Er. Amit Rao

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Specifications of Computer Network Book for EC Branch

Book Details

  • 978-93-80311-97-5
  • English
  • 2012, 2013, 2014
  • Paper Back
  • 400

Contents

  • 1. Queuing Theory
    Objectives, Introduction to Queuing Theory, Pure Birth Process, Markovian Property of Inter Arrival Time, Pure Death Process, Birth and Death Process, Queuing Model, Introduction to Queuing Model, Construction and Analysis, Limitation of Queuing Model, Solution of Queuing Model, Single Queues, Mathematical Model of Queuing Model, M/M/1 Model, The Equilibrium Distribution, Performance Characteristics, The Mean Value Approach, The Distribution of the Throughput Time, Arrival and Departure Distribution, The Output Process, Markov Chains and Markov Processes, Markov Chains, Markov Processes, The Embedded Markov Chain, Multidimensional Markov Chain-Application in Circuit Switching, The M/M/m, M/M/? and M/M/m/m Queuing Model, M/M/m: The m-server Case, M/M/?: The Infinite Server Case, M/M/m/m: The m Server Loss System, Poisson Process, Definition, The Equivalence of the Definition, Properties of the Poisson Process, PASTA (Poisson Arrivals See Time Average), Poisson Arrivals and Service, Role of Poisson Process, Exponential Distributions, M/G/1 Queue Model, Pallaczek Khinchin (P-K) Formula, Mean Waiting and Half Times, Pk Mean Formulae for the M/M/1 and M/D/1 Queues, Queue Length Distribution in an M/G/1 Queue, Little’s Theorem, Little’s Theorem Proof Assuming FIFO, Little’s Theorem Proof not Assuming FIFO, Probabilistic Form of Little’s Theorem, Applications of Little’s Theorem, Solved Numericals, Summary, Review Questions.
     
    2. Data Link Layer
    Objectives, Introduction to Switching, Type of Switching, Introduction to Data Link Layer, Sublayers of the Data Link Layer, Data Link Layer Functions, Data Link Layer in the Internet, Layered Architecture of a Computer Network, The OSI Model, TCP/IP Protocol Suite, Comparison of OSI and TCP/IP, Functionality of The Layered Architecture, OSI Terminology, Frame Design Considerations, Flow Control and Error Control, Automatic Repeat Request, Error Detection and Correction, Data Link Layer Error Detection Methods, Error Correction, High Level Data Link Control (HDLC), Types of Stations, Modes of Operation, Flow and Error Control in HDLC, Framing in HDLC, Transparency in HDLC, HDLC Protocol Operation, Solved Numericals, Summary, Review Questions.
     
    3. Medium Layer
    Objectives, Introduction, Layered Architecture of LAN, IEEE Standards, Logical Link Control (LLC) Sublayer, Media Access Control (MAC sublayer), Channel Allocation Problem, Static Channel Allocation, Dynamic Channel Allocation, Multiple Access Protocols, ALOHA, Carrier Sense multiple Access (CSMA), 1-Persistant CSMA, Non persistant CSMA, P-Persistant CSMA, Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Detection (CSMA/CD), Media Access Control, Frame format of CSMA/CD, CSMA/CD Procedure, Carrier Sense Multiple Access with Collision Avoidance (CSMA/CA), Collision Free Protocols, Bit-Map Protocol, Binary Countdown, Limited Contention Protocols, The Adaptive Tree Walk Protocol, Token Bus, Frame Format, Physical Specifications, Token Ring (IEEE 802.5), Access Method: Token Passing, Frame Format, Token Reinsertion Strategies, Comparisons of Access Control Methods, Introduction to FDDI (Fibre Distributed Data Interface), Access Method: Token Passing, Time Registers, Timers, Frame Format, FDDI Cabling, Nodes/Stations of FDDI, IEEE Standards, HUBS, Bridges, Routers, Gateways, Switches, Summary, Review Questions.
     
    4. Network Layer
    Objectives, Introduction, Network Layer in OSI Model, Network Layers Services, Types of Network Service, Network Layer Design Issue, Implementation of Connectionless Service, Implementation of Connection Oriented Service, Difference between Datagram Subnet and Virtual Circuit, Routing Algorithm, The Properties of Routing Algorithm, The Optimality Principle, Static Algorithm (Non-Adaptive Algorithm), Flooding, Flow Based Routing, The Shortest Path Routing, Dynamic Routing Adaptive Algorithm, Distance Vector Routing, Link-State Routing, Comparison of Link State Routing and Distance Vector Routing, Hierarchical Routing, Disadvantage, Broadcast Routing, Multicast Routing, Congestion Control, Need of Congestion Control, Causes of Congestion, Difference Between Congestion Control and Flow Control, General Principles of Congestion Control, Comparison of Open Loop vs Closed Loop, Congestion Prevention Policies, Congestion Control in Virtual Circuit Subnets, Admission Control Principle, Congestion Control in Datagram Subnets, Load Shedding, Jitter Control, Difference Between End to End Delay and Jitter, Quality of Service, Requirements, Techniques for Achieving Good Quality of Service, Autonomous Systems, OSPF: Open Shortest Path First Protocols (OSPFv2), BGP (BGP4 or BGP-4): Border Gateway Protocol, Internet Protocol, Internet Protocol Version 4 (IPv4), IPv6 Protocols, IPv4 Mapped IPv6 Addresses, TCP/IP Protocol Architecture, TCP/IP Services, Data Encapsulation, Summary, Review Questions.
     
    5. ATM Networks
    Objectives, Introduction, Networking Components, Classification of Network, Connection Oriented Networks, X.25 Introduction, X.25 Networks, History, Architecture, X.25 Protocol Stack, X.25 Features, Introduction to Frame Relay, Technical Description, Advantages of Frame Relay, Drawbacks of Frame Relay, Performance Comparison of X.25 and Frame Relay, ATM Networks, Advantages of ATM, Disadvantages of ATM, ATM Cell Format, Structure of ATM Cells at NNI, Modes of Information Transfer, Features of ATM, ATM Interfaces, ATM Services, ATM Layer Management Functions at the UNI, ATM Virtual Channel Connection (VCC), ATM Virtual Path Connection (VPC)/AVPC, Quality of Service, Introduction to ISDN, ISDN System, Components of ISDN, ISDN Channels, ISDN Services, ISDN Devices, ISDN Interfaces, ISDN Protocols, Signaling in ISDN, Introduction to B-ISDN, B-ISDN Services, B ISDN Compare with ATM and ISDN, ATM Protocol Architecture, Layered Architecture in ATM, Why ATM is Classified as a STAR Topology, Congestion Control in ATM Network, ATM Versus Frame Relay, ATM Routing, Example Based on ATM Routing, IP Over ATM, Summary, Review Questions.
     
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