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The Morgan Kaufmann Series in Networking
PART I: INTRODUCTORY NETWORK DESIGN
INTRODUCTION TO INTRODUCTORY NETWORK DESIGN
CHAPTER 1: Overview
1.1 A NETWORK ANALOGY
1.2 COMMUNICATION AND COMPUTER NETWORKS, AND NETWORK PROVIDERS
1.3 NOTION OF TRAFFIC AND TRAFFIC DEMAND
1.4 A SIMPLE DESIGN EXAMPLE
1.5 NOTION OF ROUTING AND FLOWS
1.6 ARCHITECTURE OF NETWORKS: MULTI-LAYER NETWORKS
1.7 NETWORK MANAGEMENT CYCLE
1.8 SCOPE OF THE BOOK
1.9 NAMING AND NUMBERING CONVENTION
CHAPTER 2: Network Design Problems—Notation and Illustrations
2.1 A NETWORK FLOW EXAMPLE IN LINK-PATH FORMULATION
2.2 NODE-LINK FORMULATION
2.3 NOTIONS AND NOTATIONS
2.4 DIMENSIONING PROBLEMS
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