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Dependable Network Computing provides insights into various problems facing millions of global users resulting from the `internet revolution'. It covers real-time problems involving software, servers, and large-scale storage systems with adaptive fault-tolerant routing and dynamic reconfiguration techniques. Also included is material on routing protocols, QoS, and dead- and live-lock free related issues. All chapters are written by leading specialists in their respective fields.
Dependable Network Computing provides useful information for scientists, researchers, and application developers building networks based on commercially off-the-shelf components.
Broadcast Computer Flooding Internet Local Area Network Quality of Service Quality of Service (QoS) Routing Scheduling algorithms calculus computer network distributed systems embedded systems processor
Kluwer Academic Publishers 2000
Springer, Boston, MA
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