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Communication Protocol Engineering by Miroslav Popovic
I wrote this e-book as a textbook for postgraduate college students, but it surely may also be used by folks within the trade to replace particular information of their lifelong studying processes. The e-book partly covers the precise postgraduate course on pc communications and networks undertaken throughout the first semester of research for the M.Sc. diploma in pc engineering.
Since these days we’re witnessing the convergence of the Web and public phone community, this e-book may also be helpful to engineers with B.Sc. levels in telecommunications. The prerequisite for this e-book is the information of the primary order logic (predicate calculus), working methods, and pc community fundamentals.
The reader must also be accustomed to C++ and Java programming languages. My method in penning this e-book was to offer all the small print that the reader may have. I assumed that nothing is clear. Nevertheless, for those who the reader discover one thing apparent whereas studying the e-book, you might be inspired to skip forward. If one thing shouldn’t be clear afterward, chances are you’ll at all times return to what you skipped. Communication protocol engineering is a really fascinating mixture of abstraction and follow that requires numerous particulars.
It begins from a imaginative and prescient that regularly materializes within the real-world artifacts. This occurs by way of a typical engineering course of. This e-book covers all points of the communication protocol engineering, together with necessities and evaluation, design, implementation, and check and verification. Many individuals helped me in penning this e-book. My gratitude goes to all of them. I thank my household for his or her steady help, my niece Silvia Likavec for her priceless textual content corrections, and B.J. Clark, Nora Konopka, and Helena Redshaw, of Taylor & Francis, for his or her skilled help.
Particular thanks go to my colleagues from the College of Novi Unhappy, Prof. Vladimir Kovacevic for giving his blessing to this e-book, Ph.D. pupil Ivan Velikic for the superb cooperation (in his M.Sc. thesis we truly developed the FSM Library, one of many anchors of this e-book), Ph.D. pupil Ilija Basicevic (for serving to me in preparation of examples in Sections 3.10.5, 4.5.2, and 5.5.2), Sonja Vukobrat (for serving to me in preparation of the instance in Part 3.7), Laslo Benarik Savic, Aleksander Stojicevic, and Cedomir Rebic (for serving to me in preparation of examples in Sections 3.10.1 and 3.10.2), and Nenad Cetic (for serving to me in preparation of the instance in Part 4.5.1). Thanks all!
Book Content :
Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Requirements and Analysis
Chapter 3 Design
Chapter 4 Implementation
Chapter 5 Test and Verification
Chapter 6 FSM Library