The Complete Handbook of the Internet - Buchanan, B.
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The Complete Handbook of the Internet covers all of the recent developments and relevant areas in the Internet Technology. This two volume handbook is divided into ten different sections. The Complete Handbook of the Internet is a complete and essential reference for academics and professionals whom are developing and working with the Internet.…mehr

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The Complete Handbook of the Internet covers all of the recent developments and relevant areas in the Internet Technology. This two volume handbook is divided into ten different sections. The Complete Handbook of the Internet is a complete and essential reference for academics and professionals whom are developing and working with the Internet.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer, Berlin
  • 2002
  • Seitenzahl: 2
  • Erscheinungstermin: Dezember 2002
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 254mm x 165mm x 77mm
  • Gewicht: 3183g
  • ISBN-13: 9781402072901
  • ISBN-10: 1402072902
  • Artikelnr.: 22257858
Inhaltsangabe
Preface. A1: Introduction. A2: Distributed elements. A3: Operating systems. A4: Processes and scheduling. A5: Distributed processing. A6: Distributed file systems. A7: Agents. B1: Data communications. B2: Real-time data and compression. B3: Error coding. B4: RS-232. B5: Modems. C1: Introduction to networks. C2: Networking types. C3: Ethernet. C4: Network design, switches and vLANs. C5: Token Ring. C6: FDDI. C7: ATM. C8: HDLC. C9: ISDN. C10: X.25. C11: Wireless Networks (IEEE 802.11b). D1: IP. D2: TCP/UDP. D3: SPX/IPX. D4: NetBEUI and NetBIOS. D5: PPP, SLIP and VPN's. D6: TCP/IP Commands. D7: Socket programming. E1: Routers. E2: Routing protocols. E3: Security. E4: Router programming and ACLs. E5: Encryption. E6: Public-key encryption. F1: Electronic mail. F2: WWW and HTTP. F3: SNMP, Wins, Bootp, DNS and DHCP. F4: FTP/HTTP/Telnet set up and programming. G1: Networking Operating Systems. G2: UNIX. G3: Novell NetWare and NDS. H1: Software Development. H2: WWW programming. H3: HTML. H4: JavaScript. H5: PHP. H6: PHP (sessions and databases). H7: ASP. H8: ASP (form, sessions and databases). H9: Java. H10: Java (applets and events). H11: Java (date, strings and multithreading). H12: XML. H13: DHTML. H14: CSS (Cascadable Style Sheet). H15: WAP. I1: Multimedia. I2: Databases and data storage. I3: Design Tips (Part 1). I4: Design Tips (Part 2). Ap1: Modem codes. Ap2: HTML Reference. Ap3: ASCII Reference. Ap4: Glossary. Ap5: Abbreviations. Ap6: Quick reference. Ap7: Quick questions. Ap8: Ethernet monitoring system. Ap9: Java reference. Ap10: NIS, NFS, RC, FTP and DNS. Ap11: RFC's. Ap12: Assigned number values. Index.