COMPUTERNETWERKEN EEN TOP-DOWN BENADERING PDF

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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It explains concepts in a very clear manner and it often uses analogies which help to enforce the material i. I usually found the beginning of each chapter interesting, but my interest tapered off about halfway through and the rest cojputernetwerken a chore to get through. Jan, Search Rank: Only an idiot would read this computernetwefken. Mar 19, Rishabh Kumar rated it it was ok.

It’s the textbook we used for my benadsring fundamentals class at school and it was fun and easy to read. Good pedagogical approach, even considering the uncommon top down approach for applications to physical layer. Yet if you’re into more technical stuff or network management geeky specification stuff this just isn’t for you. However, I did learn a lot about how networks work.

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Will definitely come back at some point to it to read the advanced chapters – the even better stuff. With this edition, Kurose and Ross bring the issues of network security to the forefront, along with integration of the most current and relevant networking technologies.

If a reader has no prior knowledge about networks then he will be scratching his head. No registered users and 9 guests. Project Page Feedback Known Problems. Con aggiornamento online by James F. Daarna wordt ingegaan op de protocollen van de lagergelegen lagen in de protocolstack: This might be the books strength, since the harder topics are easily described and easier do not need any real-life translations.

Aug, Search Rank: Once an acronym was defined once, it was not defined again — at least not within the chapter in which it was introduced.

Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach

For all readers interested in computer networking technologies. Great for learning computer network infrastructure.

Ik ook, prima boek. Reti di benaderinb e internet. Published March 23rd by Addison Wesley first published November Een ‘top-down’ benadering door James Kurose werd tijdens mijn studie gebruikt. Pearson Higher Ed Published: Aside from my subjective complaint about the dryness of the material, my only other real complaint is in regard to the acronyms. Will be grateful for any help!

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Similarly the last chapters on mobile and multimedia Re 7th edition The authors successfully make the deep details of networking understandable and even easy to read.

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It’s also useful suppl This was a good book, I learned a lot from it. This is henadering of the best technical books I’ve read. The book directly jumps into the application layer without even giving the A better one would have been the bottom up approach. Even the latter chapters, which touch more generally on things employed in networks but not necessarily being a core part of them, offer a computernetwerkne and curiosity-inducing view, whilst also providing further readings if one is interested in diving more deeply in said topic.

Easy to understand, much redundancy in the book.