Computers in Communication
by Gordon Brebner
Publisher: McGraw-Hill 2002
Number of pages: 488
The book is deliberately focused tightly on matters concerned with communication, it avoids excursions into other areas of computer science. The reader requires no background in computer communications, only a basic familiarity with computers in general.
Home page url
Download or read it online for free here:
by Eugene Blanchard
The book introduces the concepts of data communication, assuming no previous knowledge of networking and data communications. The text is at an introductory level, but it provides links to resources that provide indepth explanations.
by Katta G. Murty - Prentice Hall
This book covers the advances in network flow methods ranging across modeling, applications, algorithms, and computational complexity. It deals with the problems faced on network structures that can be handled by linear programming techniques.
by Kathy Ivens, Clark Scheffy - USRobotics
We think that if you have more than one computer in your home, you should have a network. That belief has its roots in the fact that we're generally lazy, and we believe everyone should do everything in the easiest possible manner.
by Peter L Dordal - Loyola University Chicago
A free general-purpose textbook about computer networking, complete with diagrams and exercises. It is suitable as the primary text for an undergraduate or introductory graduate course in computer networking, or as a supplemental text ...