High-Capacity Local and Metropolitan Area Networks
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The main objective of this workshop was to review and discuss the state of the art and the latest advances· in the area of 1-10 Gbit/s throughput for local and metropolitan area networks. The first generation of local area networks had throughputs in the range 1-20 Mbit/s. Well-known examples of this first generation networks are the Ethernet and the Token Ring. The second generation of networks allowed throughputs in the range 100-200 Mbit/s. Representatives of this generation are the FDDI double ring and the DQDB (IEEE 802.6) networks. The third generation networks will have throughputs in…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
The main objective of this workshop was to review and discuss the state of the art and the latest advances· in the area of 1-10 Gbit/s throughput for local and metropolitan area networks. The first generation of local area networks had throughputs in the range 1-20 Mbit/s. Well-known examples of this first generation networks are the Ethernet and the Token Ring. The second generation of networks allowed throughputs in the range 100-200 Mbit/s. Representatives of this generation are the FDDI double ring and the DQDB (IEEE 802.6) networks. The third generation networks will have throughputs in the range 1-10 Gbit/s. The rapid development and deployment of fiber optics worldwide, as well as the projected emergence of a market for broadband services, have given rise to the development of broadband ISDN standards. Currently, the Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) appears to be a viable solution to broadband networks. The possibility of all-optical networks in the future is being examined. This would allow the tapping of approximately 50 terahertz or so available in the lightwave range of the frequency spectrum. It is envisaged that using such a high-speed network it will be feasible to distribute high-quality video to the home, to carry out rapid retrieval of radiological and other scientific images, and to enable multi-media conferencing between various parties.
  • Produktdetails
  • NATO ASI Series F: Computer and Systems Sciences .72
  • Verlag: Springer, Berlin
  • Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1991
  • Seitenzahl: 556
  • Erscheinungstermin: 23. Dezember 2011
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 242mm x 170mm x 29mm
  • Gewicht: 940g
  • ISBN-13: 9783642764868
  • ISBN-10: 364276486X
  • Artikelnr.: 36117627
Inhaltsangabe
Architecture of High-Speed LANs and MANs.- Network Management and Control in Broadband Telecommunication Networks:Research Issues and Some Partial Solutions.- The Medium Access Control.- Wide Area Connectionless IEEE 802.6 MAN Services.- New Access Schemes for Gbit/s LANs and MANs.- Cell Switching and Access Schemes for HS-LANs and HS-MANs.- First Experiences in High-Speed LANs.- High-Speed Local Area Networks - What, Why, When and How: Planning, Installation and First Experiences of a HSLAN in a Heterogeneous Environment.- ONERA Gbit/s LAN: First Experiment and Use.- LION and MAX, the experiences of two Esprit Projects on High-Speed MANs.- Metropolitan Area Networks.- Fault Tolerance and Circuit Service in Deflection Networks.- A Linear Lightwave MAN Architecture.- Routing in Large Metropolitan Area Networks Based on Wavelength-Division Multiplexing Technology.- Impact of High Performance and Integrity Requirements on Metropolitan Area Network's Architecture and Technology.- DQDB.- Problems Arising from Deflection Routing: Live-lock, Lockout, Congestion and Message Reassembly.- Towards Formal Structures for IEEE 802.6.- Modelling of the DQDB Access Protocol and Closed-Form Approximation.- Approximate Performance Model and Fairness Condition of the DQDB Protocol.- An analytical Model for the High-Speed Protocol DQDB.- Frame Delay Analysis of the DQDB Protocol.- Performance of ATM Techniques.- Fast Packet Switch Architectures and the Tandem Banyan Switching Fabric.- An Approximation Analysis of a Shared Buffer ATM Switch Architecture under Bursty Arrivals.- Some Results on Traffic Control and Resource Allocation in ATM Networks.- New Trends in High-Speed Communications.- Reliable Broadcast and Agreement with Unreliable Asynchronous High-Speed LANs and MANs.- Reliable Multicasting in High-Speed LANs.- Management Considerations in Moving from a 10 Mbit LAN to a 100 Mbit LAN.- Performance Issues.- On Overload Control of High-Speed Switching Nodes.- Proposal-Petition Protocol: Models for Performance Evaluation.- Gateways.- Design, Implementation and Performance Analysis of an ETHERNET to LION Gateway.- Design and Analysis of Flow Control Protocols for Metropolitan Area Networks.- Control in High-Speed Networks.- Analysis of an Asymmetric Polling Model with Cycle-time Constraint.- Waiting Times in Token Rings with Helical Window and Window-Gated Service.- Priorities in ATM Networks.