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The Morgan Kaufmann Series in Networking

The Morgan Kaufmann Series in Networking


The Morgan Kaufmann Series in Networking

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Sep 1, 1943
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Network Routing: Algorithms, Protocols, and Architectures, Second Edition, explores network routing and how it can be broadly categorized into Internet routing, circuit-switched routing, and telecommunication transport network routing.

The book systematically considers these routing paradigms, as well as their interoperability, discussing how algorithms, protocols, analysis, and operational deployment impact these approaches and addressing both macro-state and micro-state in routing.

Readers will learn about the evolution of network routing, the role of IP and E.164 addressing and traffic engineering in routing, the impact on router and switching architectures and their design, deployment of network routing protocols, and lessons learned from implementation and operational experience. Numerous real-world examples bring the material alive.

  • Extensive coverage of routing in the Internet, from protocols (such as OSPF, BGP), to traffic engineering, to security issues
  • A detailed coverage of various router and switch architectures, IP lookup and packet classification methods
  • A comprehensive treatment of circuit-switched routing and optical network routing
  • New topics such as software-defined networks, data center networks, multicast routing
  • Bridges the gap between theory and practice in routing, including the fine points of implementation and operational experience
  • Accessible to a wide audience due to its vendor-neutral approach
Released:
Sep 1, 1943
Format:
Book

About the author

Deep Medhi is Curators' Distinguished Professor in the Computer Science Electrical Engineering Department at the University of Missouri--Kansas City (UMKC), USA. Prior to joining UMKC in 1989, he was a member of the technical staff in the traffic network routing and design department at the AT&T Bell Laboratories. He is an honorary professor in the Computer Science & Engineering Department at the Indian Institute of Technology-Guwahati, India. He was an invited visiting professor at the Technical University of Denmark, a visiting research fellow at the Lund University, Sweden, a research visitor at Université Pierre et Marie Curie (UPMC), Paris, France, and a short-term visitor at Princeton University, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden. He was also a Fulbright Senior Specialist. He was on the Brazilian Science Mobility Program with the University of Campinas, Brazil as his host institution. He serves as the editor-in-chief of Springer's Journal of Network & Systems Management, and is serving (or served) on the editorial board of IEEE Communications Surveys \& Tutorials, IEEE Transactions on Network and Service Management, IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking, Computer Networks, Telecommunication Systems, and IEEE Communications Magazine. He has served on the technical program committees of numerous conferences including IEEE INFOCOM, IEEE ICNP, IEEE NOMS, IEEE IM, IEEE CloudNet, ITC, and DRCN, while serving as the Technical Program Co-Chair of DRCN 2009, IEEE NOMS 2010, IFIP Networking 2014, IEEE CloudNet 2016. He received his B.Sc.(Hons.) in Mathematics from Cotton College, Gauhati University, India, his M.Sc. in Mathematics from St.Stephens College, University of Delhi, India, and both his M.S. and Ph.D. in Computer Sciences from the University of Wisconsin--Madison, USA. He has published over one hundred and fifty peer-reviewed papers, and is co-author of Routing, Flow, and Capacity Design in Communication and Computer Networks, also published by Elsevier (2004). He is an IEEE Fellow.

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