High Performance TCP/IP Networking : United States Edition
Designed for one-semester/-quarter undergraduate/graduate courses in Advanced Computer Networks, Advanced TCP/IP Networks, High Performance Networks, and Internetworking, in departments of computer science, electrical engineering, and computer and information sciences.This text provides in-depth coverage of the necessary tools and techniques for the performance evaluation of TCP/IP networks. It examines performance concepts and issues for running TCP/IP over wireless, mobile, optical and satellite networks; congestion control algorithms in hosts and routers to manage traffic congestion in TCP/IP networks and enhance application performance; and high performance implementation of TCP/IP protocol stack in software and hardware.
- Hardback | 408 pages
- 184 x 236 x 24mm | 780.17g
- 01 Dec 2003
- Pearson Education (US)
- United States
Table of contents
I. BACKGROUND. 1. Introduction. 2. TCP/IP Fundamentals. II. PERFORMANCE EVALUATION. 3. Performance Measurement of TCP/IP Networks. 4. TCP/IP Network Simulation. 5. TCP Modeling. III. PERFORMANCE IN EMERGING NETWORKS. 6. TCP/IP Performance over Wireless Networks. 7. TCP/IP Performance over Mobile Networks. 8. TCP/IP Performance over Optical Networks. 9. TCP/IP Performance over Satellite Networks. 10. TCP/IP Performance over Asymmetry Networks. IV. CONGESTION CONTROL. 11. New TCP Standards and Flavors. 12. Active Queue Management in TCP/IP Networks. V. IMPLEMENTATION. 13. Software Implementation of TCP. 14. Hardware Implementation of TCP/IP.
"It is the first of this kind. It covers rather completely the use of TCP in different network settings." - Lixia Zhang, Computer Science Department, UCLA
About Raj Jain
Dr. Mabub Hassan is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Computer Science and Engineering, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, where he directs advanced research and development activities in the Network Research Laboratory. He received a Ph.D. from Monash University, Melbourne, Australia. Raj Jain is a Co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of Nayna Networks, Inc.-an optical systems company in Milpitas, CA. He is currently on a leave of absence From Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio, where he is a professor of computer and Information Sciences.