Computer Networking : Principles, Protocols and Practice - Open Textbook LibraryPublisher: Saylor Foundation. Attribution CC BY. The text is well organized and covers basic computer networking concepts. The book is more sufficiently comprehensive for an a single or introductory networking class for in an EE or CS program. It is sufficiently conceptual with good visuals and does not delve into programming for either explications or exercises It is sufficiently conceptual with good visuals and does not delve into programming for either explications or exercises. Its selection of topics is comparable with commercial textbooks, arguably more modern and complete than some.
Computer Networking: Principles, Protocols and Practice
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Thanks to the information that is available on the Internet, they can check or obtain additional information about the topics explained by their teachers. Covers reliable transport principles and the introduction for sharing resources MAC and congestion control. The book contains the following chapters :. Many authors chose to write a textbook because there are no textbooks in their field or because they are not satisfied with the existing textbooks.
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CNP3 is distributed under a creative commons license. The first edition of the textbook used the top-down approach initially proposed by Jim Kurose and Keith Ross for their Computer Networks textbook published by Addison Wesley. Most of the text has been written by Olivier Bonaventure. Ideally, I would ask for some interface that provides time-on-task on a per-student. The book embraces the better approach of "climbing the protocol ladder" which builds a framework for the cumulative understanding.
Show full item record. This item is licensed under a Creative Commons License Attribution 4. Computer Networking : Principles, Protocols and Practice. The Ebook is intended to be used for an upper-level undergraduate networking course. The first part describes the theoretical foundations of this domain as well and the main algorithms and protocols.
It is sufficiently conceptual with good visuals and does not delve into programming for either explications or exercises. Introduction : Keynotereadable - and more likely, slideshare Discussion groups Two discussion groups have been created for students having questions about the. Book is grammatically excelle. Slides - Fourth lesson of the Computer Networking class.
Slides A set of slides with animations has been developed for CNP3. There were no issues with consistency. Alexandria Madden Best survey site online. You can contribute to the project by :.