Computer Networks: Performance and Quality of Service
by Ivan Marsic
Publisher: Rutgers University 2010
Number of pages: 510
This book reviews modern computer networks with a particular focus on performance and quality of service. There is a need to look towards future, where wired and wireless/mobile networks will be mixed and where multimedia applications will play greater role.
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