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Enabling Optical Internet with Advanced Network Technologies

Aracil, Javier, Callegati, Franco (Eds.)


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From the reviews: “Each chapter is prepared by a group of experts, the book successfully forms a compact overview of the research topics, current results, and remaining challenges. … This book will be a useful reference for networking practitioners and students. The clear, technical … and concise language condenses these major topics into this rather small volume. Prospective readers should be familiar with networking principles, transmission control protocol (TCP)/IP, and multiprotocol label switching (MPLS).” (Rita Puzmanova, ACM Computing Reviews, January, 2010)



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