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Computer networks: analysis and a case study design.

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Rocha, Ivano de Azevedo
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Schneidewind, N.F.
Stentz, D.A.
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1978-06
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Computer networks are the outcome of the combination of computer and data communications technologies. Part I of this thesis presents the background of each one of these technologies and exposes analytically the principles of computer networking in particular. In Part II, a preliminary design is developed for the Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) time sharing system. The study of Part II leads to a comparative analysis of four network architectures which are suitable for satisfying the needs of the NPS. Those architectures are compared in view of the desirable attributes of accessibility, evolvability , modularity, reliability and eas of operation. The communications requirements are derived and technologies for implementation of the communications links are recommended.
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Approved for public release; distribution is unlimited.
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