An Introduction to Computer Networks (Peter L. Dordal)

 
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An Introduction to Computer Networks (Peter L. Dordal)

This textbook on computer networking is all-purpose and includes graphics and exercises. It can serve as the main text for an undergraduate or graduate introductory computer networking course or as a supplemental text for a wide range of network-related courses.

The book explains fundamental ideas and principles and uses examples of contemporary dangers to show how the ideas might either enable or counteract exploitation. Students understand the significance of these ideas in both current and emerging technologies. They gain knowledge about a range of technical topics in a challenging yet interesting approach, such as current security vulnerabilities, technological variables that permit assaults, and economic and societal factors that affect the security of future systems.

Ebook Details

About the Authors
At Loyola University Chicago's Department of Computer Science, Peter Lars Dordal is an associate professor. His areas of interest in the study are computer networks and programming languages.
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Published Date / Year
(2022); eBook (Creative Commons Licensed)
License(s)
CC BY-NC-ND 3.0
eBook Format
HTML, PDF (963 pages), ePub

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