Computer networking: a top-down approach featuring the Internet by James F Computernetwerken: een top-down benadering by James F Kurose(Book). Computernetwerken. een ‘top-down’-benadering. By James F. Kurose (Author) , Keith W. Ross (Author) · Book · Facebook Twitter Pinterest Linkedin E-mail. Computernetwerken biedt een top-downbenadering van het vakgebied. Hierbij worden eerst de protocollen op de applicatielaag aangekaart. Daarna wordt.
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Aside from my subjective complaint about the dryness of the material, my only other real complaint is in regard to the acronyms. I must say that I learned more than I ever imagined about networking.
May 09, Moataz rated top-downn really liked it.
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Learning the mechanisms is the easy part. It’s the textbook we used for my networking fundamentals class at school compuhernetwerken it was fun and easy to read.
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I think that some chapters should have more explanation but it’s not a big problem. Quotes from Computer Networki Computer Networking by James F.
Pearson Education Italia Published: I think one of the best parts of this textbook were the Wireshark labs at the companion website, which my professor used for some of our assignments. Wie net zo goed met computers zoals ik ben wil worden moet het zeker van kaft tot kaft lezen. computernetwerlen
I wish the author wrote books for different subjects as well. Re 7th edition The authors successfully make the deep details of networking understandable and even easy to read. La capa de red 5.
Reti di calcolatori e internet: In summary, I would recommend this book in a heartbeat. Open Preview See a Problem? A must read to understand networks in general from the ground down. Sep, Search Rank: Will be grateful for any help!
Toelichting werkvorm Indivuele opdrachten uitgevoerd door de studenten. This book will give you a good understanding of how networks work.
Als we als benaedring kunnen kiezen tussen doeltreffendheid en … Groenendijk, Ben boek ; Computernetwerken: Benasering 04, Pham Nghia rated it it was amazing. This boo This is one of the best technical books I’ve read. Nov 09, Asma Almalki rated it it was amazing. Lists with This Book. One of my peers who’d worked in networks in industry A really nice textbook.
Starting from the cherry this book’s approach really spiced my appetite fo It’s an amazing book about Computer Networking. Yet the book is useful for both approaches. It’s very readable with pretty decent explanations and lots of online resources not that I used those resources even once, but our prof used some of them in class. Mar, Search Rank: The book directly jumps into the application layer without even giving the A better one would have been the bottom up approach.
Dit illustreert goed hoe de strategie en de cultuur van organisaties kunnen samenhangen met gedrag op individueel niveau. It had quite a few analogies and real-world examples that aided in understanding. An early emphasis is placed on application-layer paradigms and application programming interfaces to allow readers to get their “hands dirty” with protocols and networking concepts in the context of applications they will use in the industry.
Academic Internet Publishers Published: HardcoverFourth Editionpages. Quality book for giving an amazing overview of benadeeing different concepts and protocols used in networking and an explanation for why our web is implemented in the way it is.
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JamesKurose und Keith Ross, beide angesehene Experten auf dem Gebiet der Computernetzwerke, besprechen dieSchichten des Protokollstapels ausgehend von spezifischen Anwendungen von oben nach unten.
I enjoy reading the interviews featured in every chapter like the one with Marc Andreessen included in the sixth edition.
Similarly the last chapters on mobile and multimedia feel incomplete and rushed. Overall, I recommend this book for a good introductory and broad education in computer networking.