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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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Learning how to “think paranoid” is harder. The book directly jumps into the application layer without even giving the A better one would have been the bottom up approach. One of my peers who’d worked in networks in industry A really nice textbook. Quotes from Computer Networki Mar 06, Parnell rated it really liked it.

PDF De associatie stad: United States Mar, Search Rank: I wish the author wrote books for different subjects as computeenetwerken. Een goed boek over computernetwerken. Most widely held works by James F Kurose. The interviews after the chapters are a must read – it’s great to get in touch with all these people that we are so thankful to for their work and effort in the area of computer networks.

Seguridad en las redes de computadoras 9. Mar 31, Tanuj rated it really liked it.

Seeing that my job is web development, I was amazed at how little I actually knew about the infrastructure and design of the internet and the protocols which it operates on. Easy to understand, much redundancy in the book.


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It’s the textbook we used for my networking fundamentals class at school and it was fun and easy to read. It explains concepts in a very clear manner and it often uses analogies which help to enforce the material i. It is very difficult to teach communications while traversing the protocol stack from top to bottom! Would you like to visit Booko United States?

Return to Book Page. Who could help me? Lists with This Book. Jan 18, Saman Nourkhalaj rated it liked it Shelves: A must read to understand networks in general from the ground down. This book has become the dominant book for this course because of the authors x92; reputations, the precision of explanation, the quality of the art program, and the value of their own supplements.

No registered users and 9 guests. 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. Sep 04, Pham Nghia rated it it was amazing. But I don’t plan to read it sequentially to the end. The lower we get, the deeper in to the secrets of the network and the more technical stuff is discussed.

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Trivia Yop-down Computer Networki Great form of an introduction to the networking field, perhaps a little too simplified for an IT student, but overtly simplistic enough for someone embarking on the journey down the bit-stream. Redes de Computadores by James F.

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An excellent, excellent book on networks and protocols. Wie net zo goed met computers zoals ik ben wil worden moet het zeker van kaft tot kaft lezen. Aug 24, Nikolas Mavrogeneiadis rated it really liked it.

Only an idiot would read this book. Computer networking by James F Kurose Book 14 editions published between and in English and Serbian and held by 62 WorldCat member libraries worldwide Building on the successful top-down approach of previous editions, the Sixth Edition of Computer Networking continues with an early emphasis on application-layer paradigms and application programming interfaces the top layerencouraging a hands-on experience with protocols and networking concepts, before working down the protocol stack to more abstract layers.

Starting from the cherry this book’s approach really spiced my appetite for the whole cake. I finally learned how the internet works! For me, this textbook was a pretty dry read and I sometimes had trouble pushing through the weekly reading assignments.