ECE/CS 372 Introduction to Computer Networks Lecture 1: Chapter 2 Application Layer Principles of network applications, Web and HTTP, FTP, Electronic Mail, DNS, P2P file sharing, Socket programming with TCP, Socket programming with UDP, Building a Web server.
Computer Networks 1: Lecture 10 - Application Layer presents about Application Layer (There is a need for support protocols, to allow the applications to function), Some network applications (DNS, POP – IMAP – SMTP, FTP, WWW – HTTP, Multimedia).
Chapter 3: Artificial neural networks Introduction; ANN representations, Perceptron Training, Multilayer networks and Backpropagation algorithm, Remarks on the Backpropagation algorithm, Neural network application development, Benefits and limitations of ANN, ANN Applications.
Chapter 2 - Application layer. In this chapter we study the conceptual and implementation aspects of network applications. We begin by defining key application-layer concepts, including network services required by applications, clients and servers, processes, and transport-layer interfaces. We examine several network applications in detail, including the Web, e-mail, DNS, and peer-to-peer (P2P) file distribution.
In addition to an explosion of touch points, we are faced with an infinitively
complex and rapidly changing web of networks, applications, systems, client software,
and service providers. Under these circumstances, absolute security cannot be guaranteed
since it’s impossible to test the security implications of every configuration combination
of hardware and software under every set of conditions.
This book covers 27 articles in the applications of artificial neural networks (ANN) in various disciplines which includes business, chemical technology, computing, engineering, environmental science, science and nanotechnology. They modeled the ANN with verification in different areas. They demonstrated that the ANN is very useful model and the ANN could be applied in problem solving and machine learning. This book is suitable for all professionals and scientists in understanding how ANN is applied in various areas....
This book provides the basics needed to develop sensor network software and supplements it with many case studies covering network applications. It also examines how to develop onboard applications on individual sensors, how to interconnect these sensors, and how to form networks of sensors, although the major aim of this book is to provide foundational principles of developing sensor networking software and critically examine sensor network applications.
This course provides students with the information and skills needed to create a
Microsoft® Windows® 2000 networking services infrastructure design that
supports the required network applications. Each module provides a solution
based on the needs of an organization. Some Windows 2000 network solutions
require a single technology, such as DHCP, to provide Internet Protocol (IP)
address configuration support.
Fiber-to-the-X (FTTX) network applications increasingly include Multi-Dwelling Units (MDUs) as
part of the network build—often accounting for over 40% of the target subscriber base. The
MDU segment of an FTTX network is the “last mile” or distribution end of the network, representing
the demarcation point for electronics and home wiring where the end user is connected
in the more densely populated MDU applications (i.e. apartments, town homes, campuses).
OpenSocial is a set of common application programming interfaces for Web-based social network applications. As the first book on OpenSocial, this valuable resource discusses the unique area of social networking and the needs and different attributes of social network applications. You?ll get step-by-step instructions for creating OpenSocial applications for multiple platforms and explore application development and deployment using integration technologies like the new Sun Zembly Platform.
This book focuses on ACE frameworks, providing thorough coverage of the concepts, patterns, and usage rules that form their structure. This book is a practical guide to designing object-oriented frameworks and shows developers how to apply frameworks to concurrent networked applications.
This book also teaches how to use frameworks to write networked applications quickly, reducing development effort and overhead. It will be an invaluable asset to any C++ developer working on networked applications....