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...Networking In the computing environment there are various types of networks which a person can interact with almost on a daily basis. These types of networks are majorly governed by the span that they cover. The first type in this case is the Local Area Network. This is network type that covers a small area like the office environment or school. It is majorly used in communication between the various departments that are there in the organizational building. The other type is the Metropolitan Area Network which covers a wider geographical region like a city for example. It is this type of network that enables the various business entities that are there in a city to be in communication... ...
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Social Networks
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...networks have swept away the market through their presence. All the major activities are seen to be handled by and helped by the social networks. The future will be no different and will provide similar platform of success. The social networks have allowed for keeping the different stakeholders in contact. It has made the reach to the organizations and the business industries easier to one another. Jayson DeMers in her assessment has stated that United States Small to Medium scale enterprises have in majority already equipped themselves with the services of the social networks (Demers, 2014). Consultancy and experts views from different sectors and angles... Since their introduction, the social...
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Social networks
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...NETWORKS Social Networks Affiliation At this time, almost all the business organizations believe that the Internet is a valuable tool or technology for accessing worldwide markets as well as extending their reach to the worldwide customers in a better way. On the other hand, numerous attributes of the way business organizations or individuals perform their daily tasks and carry on at this time are determined through the gigantic web of electronic networks that was in the past acknowledged as the information superhighway but at the moment it is called the Internet. The Internet is a huge set of networks that is commonly used to connect millions of businesses, educational institutions... ,...
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Collaborative networks
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...NETWORKS Topic: Introduction In this era where there is global integration, partner and network structures andelectronic connectivity, work is performed frequently and integrated using distributed, networks and teams or geographical dispersion. The aspect of globally distributed teams simply refers to a group of individuals based in different locations who are often in different companies or business units who tend to share responsibility for a service, product or collective task or function (Priest & Klein, 2006). These teams are also interdependent in carrying out their accountabilities and therefore must work together to accomplish them. A major characteristic of having a distributed... COLLABORATIVE...
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Distributed Networks
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...network is a computer networking approach that allows the data exchange between the several networking devices communication directly with each other [1]. Peer to peer networking is different from other types because there is no server within the network. The devices within the network communicate without any centralized control [2]. The devices are equivalently responsible data processing. Peer to peer networks are characterized by; Scalable and Secure Peer Name Resolution Efficient Multipoint Communication Distributed Data Management Secure Peer... Identities Secure Peer-to-Peer Groups The difference between peer to peer networks and client-server networks...
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P2P Networks
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...Networks [Insert Here] [Insert College Here] Technological advancements have made such a tremendous impact on our lives, that today it is considered an element of luxury, as it makes everything easily accessible at the touch of a button and at our fingertips. File sharing via a specific set of networks called Peer to Peer or P2P sharing is one such breakthrough in technology, which has become increasingly popular over the years. It gives users access to both legal (material available under a creative commons license) and illegal (copyrighted material) files ranging from images, music, movies, software etc for free. At present, a majority of these P2P file sharing networks... Peer to Peer File Sharing...
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Mesh Networks
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...NETWORKS [Pick the Contents Contents 2 3 3.Introduction 3 4.impact of Mobility on Enactment of Routingprotocols ASSOCIATED WITH Ad hoc Networks 6 a.Random Waypoint based performance comparisons 9 5.Scenario based performance comparisons 10 a.Limitations of Random Waypoint 12 6.Wireless Sensor Networks 13 7.Radio over Fiber Networks 17 8.Band pass filters 21 9.PIN Photodiode 22 10.Laser Diode VCSEL 23 11.Scientific Challenges 24 12.Evaluating Threats 26 a.Modification Attacks 26 b.Attacks using fabrication 26 c.Denial of Service Attacks 27 d.Invisible node Attack 27 13.Rectifying Threats 27 a.Establishing VPN 28 b.Network...
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Industrial Networks
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...NETWORKS - A NEW VIEW OF REALITY Axelsson, Bjrn Easton, Geoffrey (eds) (1992) Industrial Networks. A New View of Reality. London, Routledge 1992. Abstract This report explores the book in terms of the wide array subject matter it ambitiously seeks to cover with its multiple authorship and pertains to a discussion of the common model of the industrial networks philosophy with the role of its main protagonists in the form of business individuals and organisations who have to continuously interact with each other with in the corporate environment and this very interaction would then constitute a framework for understanding the continuum of this interaction and the relevant... Book Review INDUSTRIAL...
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Illicit Networks
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...Networks Introduction The main intention of an anarchist group is to overturn the constituted forms, s within the society and the government as a whole. Violence is the means that is used by most of the anarchist groups. In the modern era terrorist groups pose the greatest challenge to the security of Europe and the entire world. Anarchist groups are beginning to gain ground in Europe and recruiting mainly the young people in the group to commit violent acts against the government. The illicit networks thrive by exploiting the problems facing a particular group of people (Fellman & Wright, 2014). The spread of false ideologies that justifies violence is...
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Neural Networks
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...NETWORKS Neural Networks Affiliation This paper presents an overview of the Artificial Neural Networks (ANNs). This paper will outline the basic idea, some history and uses of ANN. Basically an artificial neural network is a collection of programs of data structures that is almost capable of the process of the human brain. In this scenario, a neural network encompasses a wide variety of processors that work collaboratively, each with its own small sphere of facts and makes use of the data in its local memory. In addition, an ANN can be considered as a computer program or simulation that is built through a wide variety of clear-cut and extremely unified processing components that are capable... ?NEURAL...
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LAN Networks
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...Networks al Affiliation) Question One There are a variety of transmission media formats but the core types are fiber optics, twisted pair cable, wireless and coaxial cables. However, the four mediums differ in a number of factors such as performance, bandwidth levels, security, management, noise susceptibility, cost (maintenance and initial purchase) and even other physical factors like the distance between repeaters to ensure transmission. A good example of their diversity is the type of applications they apply (digital or analogue), where the twisted pair cable is used in analogue voice platforms while the rest adopt a predominantly digital voice application. According...
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Social Networks
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...networks of their targets, the computer cracker initiates a process through which he is able to scan a network in order to determine whether it is vulnerable for attack or not. In most occasions, the crackers are sometimes motivated by their personal interests or sometimes... ? Cyber Security Vulnerabilities and Associated Threats Insert Insert Grade Insert Insert Introduction The modern worldentirely depends on cyberspace or internet for almost all its operations, without which virtually all the areas that govern human life would come to a stand still. Cyberspace has dominated human life and man has proved that he cannot do without it. Among the areas that man has widely continued to show great interest ...
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Social Networks
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...Networks Social network sites (SNSs) are the websites that function like online communities of people who use the internet (Boyd and Ellison). There are a lot of SNSs which allow the internet users to take their membership for free and socialize with other members regarding hobbies, career, religion, fashion, politics etcetera. The users read the profile pages of other members, share views and ideas, give comments and contact them via their profiles. In short, an SNS is a great means of bringing people of same wave length together and socializing with the outside world. People create their profiles which are in fact their identities which may be real or fake. SNSs... ?[Your full September 21, Social...
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Computer networks
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...Network Information and communication technology ICT has facilitated us with endless communication interfaces and opportunities. Likewise, a skeleton for transfer and exchanging blood within different parts of the body is considered veins. Similarly, for exchanging and communicating data within different computers and applications, computer network is an essential component. There are various types of computer networks such as Local Area Network, Wide Area Network and Metropolitan Area Network. These networks operates on different topologies, however, star topology is generally adopted by organizations because it supports centralized administration and management. Likewise, enterprise... ?Local Area...
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Designing Networks
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...Networks Surrey Network Contents Introduction 4 2 Profile 5 3 Wired Network 6 4 Wireless connectivity of Wembley and Harrow sites 28 5 Wireless LAN Design for Camden 30 6 Network Management System (NMS) Design 36 7 Network Monitoring System (NMS) 36 8 References 38 1 Introduction In modern days, Internet is one of the fastest developing technologies that provide nonstop opportunities for the users. Conversely, providing the most efficient and growing world of knowledge to the students is the tough task. The computer networks incorporation is the most efficient for both the students and the University management. In addition, the knowledge and awareness gained are helpful at initial stages... ? Designing...
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Nortel Networks
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...Networks Global Logistics What logistical planning advantages does this approach give Nortel Networks The global logistics system of Nortel Networks is built around what it calls the Lead Logistics Supplier Strategy (LLSS) that looks at the supply chain as a global network where services to customers are provided through outsourcing to third parties. Think of the heart of this network as a 3-ring doughnut (or pastry, if you want). At the center of this network lies the customer that acts as the originator of the order. Around the customer is a second ring consisting of Nortel Network partners who supply and deliver the goods to the customers based on the orders. In the outermost ring... Nortel...
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Wireless Networks
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...networks are the fastest growing trend in networks - no wires are necessary to make the connection their applicationto mobile computers such as notebook computers and personal digital assistants (PDAs) are the fastest growing segment of the computer industry today. Wireless networks have many uses. A common use is the creation of a portable office. People often want to use their portable electronic equipment to send and receive telephone calls, faxes, and electronic mails, and access remote files and so on from anywhere on land, sea or air. (B) Wireless networks uses three major protocols as described below: Wireless application protocol (WAP) a special protocol... 1. Wireless Technology Wireless...
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Computer networks
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...network layer... that is a third layer of the Open System Interconnection (OSI) model. Likewise, network layer incorporates addressing information and control information that enables data packets to be routed within the computer network ("Internet Protocol Version 6." 255-255). Moreover, IP version 6 is also considered or called as the next generation IP, as specified by the IEFT: RFC 2460 ("Internet Protocol Version 6." 255-255). However, the primary reason for upgrading the IP version 4 to IP version 6 is address space limitations. Moreover, other issues such as performance, security and auto configuration are considered secondary (Loshin 305). Likewise,...
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Social networks
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...networks as a technological feature that is altering the way communication is used. Specifically, it will ask if social networks are becoming the new media for communication. The examination will include an understanding of whether the social networks are more persuasive... ?Introduction The changes with connecting to others and communication are continuing to influence the mass media and the associations with affecting others. Examining the technology which is used with both mass media and communication is one of the questions which are now being raised, specifically because of the strong influences which it carries over many who are searching for information. This research paper will examine social...
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Bayesian Networks
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...networks (BNs) have established fairly well as useful symbols of knowledge for reasoning under uncertainty quite recently.However, the modelling ideas they are based on have been around for some time. The statistician Wright [16] first introduced the representation in 1921 for the analysis of crop failure. Many researches [4, 5, 9, 14, 15] recreated it in different names, such as causal network, causal probabilistic network, graphical probability networks, belief network, and influence diagram. Bayesian networks, are also called, generative models, probabilistic cause-effect models or causal models. BNs are graphical models that set probabilistic relationships among variables... 1 Introduction Bayesian...
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Neural Networks
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...Networks The movie, exmachina explores the use of robots to perform tasks that seem to be beyond the human’s capabilities. This is achieved through ‘teaching’ the robot in a form of machine learning and implementing the cognitive abilities of humans into the robot but with the high levels inventory of course. The robots are therefore made adaptive as much as possible so that they can accept varied inputs and learn faster with ease since they develop higher recognition levels for patterns, sounds or even light intensities. With neural networks the robot are able to check their payload; the load capacity they can contain in any operation and there be able to know the maximum load beyond... ...
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Wireless networks
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...networks amplifies, wireless network security has grown to be debatable topic in the recent years. As organizations are relying more on high-speed wireless networks, security is a vital factor. Wireless security is a framework that emphasizes on prevention of workstations or networks from unauthorized access. An automated system known as mobile ad-hoc network (MANET) is integrated within the wireless networks to establish communication between wireless nodes or access points. However, MANET does not have centralized administration. MANET is defined as “Mobile Ad Hoc Network (MANET) refers to a type of mobile network in which each node has the ability to act... as a router, permitting...
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Computer Networks
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...networks Q1. Some of the computer applications that require connection oriented service include the remote login, file transfer and video on demand (Tanenbaum, Andrew, 13). Some of the examples of where the connectionless service is best include the electronic transfer of money, the verification of credit cards and most of remote database access. Q2. The main reason for inventing the new abstract ID is because the process IDs is usually OS specific. This would make the protocols to become independent. The second reason for using the new abstract IDs is that one channel is capable of establishing multiple channels of communication. It is impossible to distinguish these channels when using... Computer...
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Social networks
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...Networks Introduction Social networks are popular leisure of modern times. A social networking service is an online service that serves as a platform or as a site that is used to bring creation of social relations among people who may share something in common. This may include similar interests, background and even having an interest in the same activity. A social service usually contains a representation of an individual that often includes the name, age, social life, social links and also her information. Though there is information present in the profile of an individual, it may be false information that is portrayed. Social services are mostly services that are web-based and this makes... ? Social...
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Computer Networks
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...Networks Introduction In order to have a network of computers working and serving the required purpose of data storage and retrieval, several computers need to be connected to each other in a specific format so as to have a network of computer. Specifically designed norms have be laid down in the form of layered architecture with the description of the devices used for connectivity at each and every layer in order for the system to work efficiently and without any difficulty. 1. CASE STUDY Local area networks are very essential to let the work going for any kind of organization, then may it be a software development firm or a bank, or any other organization, which requires a large number... Computer...
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LAN Networks
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...Networks The family I will recommend that they subscribe to a cable internet service provider and buy a wireless Concurrent dual band 802.11n router, a modem which will be the gateway for their network, a VoIP phone that can be connected to the router, and Ethernet cables to connect the modem to the router. They will connect all the devices including the internet enabled TV, DVR, and the game console through the wireless network. Print jobs will be sent over the Bluetooth network. They then connect the printer to the computer that is housed with it in the same room. The other computers share the printer through that...
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Heteregeneous Networks
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...networks that comprise of Microsoft windows system and the linux/unix3.5.Many organizations are also opting for the integration of Linux/windows concurrently into their organizations with an objective to combating overall computing costs. This has brought about a wide range of options upon which more leverage in selecting solutions for organizations is based on. Even the most Microsoft centric organization owes it to themselves to experiment with alternatives. To facilitate the dream Microsoft engineers a UNIX 3.5 interoperability toolkit with acronym SFU in 1999 to streamline, the integration between windows server 2003... Introduction. With the rapidly paradigm shift into embracing heterogeneous...
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Interagency Networks
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...Networks Introduction Policy formulation is always the first step towards solving any problem that is established on the agenda. It is the process of creating policy options as required for solution of the problem. This stage cannot be reached automatically after a problem is recognized as part of the agenda. Simply comprehending a problem cannot be transformed into action level, as decision making level is the stage when several options can be considered before taking any kind of action. Policy formulators need to recognize, modify and formalize policy options so that decisions can be made in relation to the problem (UNEP, 2009, p.29). It is not viable for any single government entity... Interagency...
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4G Wireless Networks
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...Networks] Compare and contrast 3G wireless networks to 4G networks Cellular data networks often referred to cellular generation is an advancement of cellular communication. This advancement includes 1G, 2G, 3G and 4G network communication protocols. The most recent version which is referred to 4G provides higher speed and faster communication as compared to 3G networks. The international standards recognized for mobile communication are regarded as 3G and 4G. The standards are used for specifying how the airwaves are utilized for broadcasting information which includes voice and data. In 2001 a new technology was launched in Japan by the name of 3G which stands for third generation... ? [4G Wireless...
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Learning and Hopefield Networks
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...Networks The nervous system within the human body provides a useful communication network consisting of nerve cells or neurons. Neurons enable communication to take place by means of electrical impulses that are carried along a dense mesh of constructed pathways. Transmission of neural impulses occurs as electrical signals that travel rapidly across membranes from one cell to another. There exists a gap between two nerve cells where they meet and it is known as the synaptic cleft. The part of the neurons existing on either side of the synaptic cleft are called a synapse. Synapses are essential to transmission of nerve impulses and have, at many occasions, been associated with learning... Hopfield...
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Wireless communications networks
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...Networks Advanced Wireless Communications Networks Wireless communication networks move data from one location to another without electrical cables. Depending on the strength of the network machinery, the distance between both locations can be lengthy or short. Data moving from place to place without artificial conductors is regarded as wireless, which is a subdivision of telecommunications. Advanced wireless communications networks have many uses in contemporary society since they slowly replaced wired networks over the past decade. Numerous new applications such as smart gadgets, wireless sensor grids, and distant telemedicine are surfacing from study concepts... Advanced Wireless Communications...
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Security of Social Networks
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...NETWORKS BY 07 August Security of Social Networks Introduction Social networks have already become an important element of our social routines. Social networking provides vast opportunities for developing and maintaining productive social contacts. Identity formation and social networking have become inseparable. It is through social networks that businesses successfully expand their market presence and clientele base. Everybody wants to be social. Educational institutions are no exception. More important is social networking to the staff and students of one and the same University – a well-designed social network has the potential to improve the quality of learning and bring... ? SECURITY OF SOCIAL...
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Mobile telephone networks
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...networks in to any computing device demonstrates innovative experience for the students to access educational resources. The mobile technology devices include laptops, personal digital assistants, mart phones, mobile phones, global positioning system (GPS) devices, and wireless Point of Sales (POS) terminals. These devices provide variety of communication technologies for students. 2 Advantages of Communication Networks for Students The cell phone is a conventional way of communication and precisely efficient for student... Introduction Information technologies prolong to spread out the limitations of enabling experience of education anytime and anywhere. The integration of mobile and high fidelity...
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Wireless Networks Communication
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...NETWORKS COMMUNICATION Wireless networking has advanced from a fascinating curiosity to an appealing technology choice for potential corporate users in all sectors of the economy. Successful test projects are helping an increasing number of institutions to make the shift towards major wireless projects. In the recent past, last decade, wireless technology implementations have shifted the focus from the relatively small early adopters to a much larger group of organizations that use the technology to expand and comprehensively cover the networking capabilities and enhance their solicitation to their clientele. Majority of the existing organizations, commercial and non commercial, have... ? WIRELESS...
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Peer to Peer Networks
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...Networks Phanish Chandra Department of Mechanical Engineering The Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur, India -732101 royalphanish@yahoo.co.in P2P Networks are as old as the Internet itself (D. Milojicic). The original design of the Internet was centered on a Peer-to-Peer system. ARPANET connected its first few hosts as computing peers with equal status and not in a master/slave or client/server relationship. In 90s, it has been known with different names (network computing, distributed computing). Applications like Microsoft's NetMeeting, IRC, and AOL messenger, were always using P2P concepts. The so called early "killer apps" of the Internet, FTP, Telnet and Web, of the Internet... Peer to Peer...
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Hardening Computer Networks
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...NETWORKS Hardening Computer Networks Affiliation Introduction At the present, the majority of organizations carry out their business activities using computers and when the number of computers increases they need to form a computer network. A computer network allows a number of employees to access and process data simultaneously. In view of the fact that a computer network is an essential part of almost every organization that processes data on a regular basis hence it becomes essential for them to secure their computer network from a wide variety of security threats. Basically, a computer network can be threatened by a large number of sources such as security attacks, viruses... HARDENING COMPUTER...
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IT - WiMAX Networks
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...Networks No: WiMAX Networks WiMAX Network Architecture A WiMAX network has to provide the certain requirements and thus some particular logic and principles are utilized in the Architecture of the WiMAX network [1]. 1) The architecture should have the capability to support more than one function by commissioning defined reference points. 2) The architecture should have to support the execution of multiple deployment schemes (centralized, fully, and semi-distributed). 3) The architecture should be compatible with different usage models like fixed, portable, nomadic, etc. 4) The architecture should have the capability to provide IP services and separate the access network and connectivity... ? WiMAX...
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Computers and Computer Networks
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...network protocol stack” (OSI model. 2011). The Seven different payers are defined separately below: The Physical layer is associated with electronic signaling and medium on which the data will be transmitted i.e. cables The Data Link Layer is associated with the transmission of data packets from nodes... ?Introduction to the OSI Model OSI model is a conceptual design that indicates procedures and methods applied to a data packet at each layer. It is allocated in seven different layers. Each layer contributes to a successful delivery of a data packet. Moreover, “(Open Systems Interconnection model) The International Standards Organization's OSI model serves as a standard template for describing a network...
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Technical Writing: P2P networks
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...networks An instruction guide that instructs P2P staff on how to attract youth audiences to P2P's services through social media As a P2P staff wishing to attract youth audiences to P2P’s services through social media you are required to take the following into consideration. You should also advise the youths to while using their social media to access P2P channels to always set their phones and social media tools to lock after a short period of inactivity. This will strengthen security issues. They should also not use remember me function on social media usernames and passwords. You should also advise them against sharing payment status through social media, such as twitter... Technical Writing: P2P...
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Software Defined Networks (SDN)
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...networks (SDN) The most common software defined networks (SDN) definition revolves around splitting the data plane or the Ethernet switch forwarding hardware from its control plane or the logic involved in the packet flowing to egress from ingress. The SDN definition based upon Open Flow offers a standard based Application Programming Interface (API) that links a controller and an Ethernet switch. From an architectures point of view, what is along side or on top of the controller is another set of APIs or API that virtualizes networking like what VMware does for serves (Greene, K, 2009.). According to capability and application definition SDN seeks to provide a standard based... ?Software defined...
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Learning and Hopfield Networks
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...Networks Learning and Hopfield Networks Learning and Hopfield network A Hopfield network is a type of repeated man made neural network that John Hopfield invented. The Hopfield nets act as memory structure, which are made up of binary threshold nodes. They are always certain to meet to the local minimum, but meeting to one of the stored systems is not certain. The Hopfield networks are known to provide a proper understanding of human memory. There is a recall pattern that is found in the Hopfield network which closely relates to the recall mechanism in humans. If there is any destruction of the neurons of the network, then there will be a degradation of performance, but some... Learning and Hopfield...
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Adaptive Social Networks
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...Networks Introduction Conventional means of seeking information from the Internet, such as use of search engines like Google, Yahoo, and Bing among others or by getting information from databases are slower and often result in unreliable information. A major setback of using such means is that some information may not be available at the time the search was conducted. Another reason could be that the information is of sensitive nature so that the user is required to identify them before they can be allowed to access... it. Background Information The issues to do with slowness, unreliability and insecurity of the conventional search engines motivated Bin Yu et al. to conduct an experiment on...
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Scaling-up Bayesian Networks:
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...Networks - Submission Name of Professor Number of Words: 787 Table of Contents I. Title ……………………………………………………………. 3 II. Introduction …………………………………………………… 3 III. Purpose ………………………………..……………………… 3 IV. Problem Statement ………………………………………….. 4 V. Significance of the Problem ………………………………… 4 VI. Research Question …………………….…………………….. 4 VII. Research Design …………………………………………….. 5 VIII. Data Collection Method / Instrument(s) ………..………….. 5 IX. Data Analysis ……………………………….………………... 6 X. Cost / Feasibility Analysis …………………………………… 6 XI. Conclusion …………………………….………………….…… 6 References... ……………………………………………….…………… 7 Title: “Narrowing the Complexity of Scaling-Up the Bayesian...
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Mobile Telecom Networks
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...network effects and the diffusion of Chinese mobile telephony market MSc in Economics Option EC 427 The Economics of IndustryAbstract In general, mobile telecom networks are believed to exhibit so-called direct network effects, but this might not be true at the level of individual operators since most mobile networks today are interconnected with each other. In this essay, a structural demand model for cell phone services is proposed to identify effects of network sizes and compatibility between competing networks in customers' subscription decisions and the diffusion of the mobile industry,, along with the empirical investigation of the model by using quarterly panel data... from the...
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Wireless networks technology
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...networks technology A wireless network offers the facility to shift PC or device anywhere where they can attain the wireless signal. In place of ensuring that there is a network cable in each room of the office, a wireless network offers approximately unrestricted flexibility while facilitating all the members to reach or use the organization’s network and any other resources that use wireless connection (for instance printers). A wireless network is an inexpensive substitute to a wired network if there is huge wiring that a business must do. A wireless network can be formed by mixing a wireless and wired network. For instance, a wired network for office working areas... 12 December 2009 Wireless...
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C IP networks
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...networking professionals need to recognize sub netting. The network performance can be enhanced by understanding TCP/IP sub netting and this can be achieved by splitting up collision and broadcast domains. However, the business structures and their security policies are supported by subnet. The administrative tasks such as, structuring and designation is supported by subnets. In addition, different subnets can be joined via WAN links. On the contrary, obscurity can be faced during mastering sub netting by the students as well as, the experts due to the presence of binary mathematics. Although, it is crucial to deliver the idea behind sub... Introduction and Background The specialized and trained...
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Storage Area Networks
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...Networks History Data and information management has long been a dilemma for companies whose operational activities are largely dependent on humongous volumes of files stored either at client machines or servers on the network. Data management, in its short life, has had multiple paradigm shifts each creating new opportunities, challenges and room for further improvement. From the traditional management model of managing data on the local machines, the IT infrastructure organization and management took a new turn in 1990s with the introduction of the new client-server model, allowing multiple client machines to connect to a single server for data management, storage, backup... and recovery...
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TV Networks Coverage
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...Networks Coverage No: TV networks coverage TV networks coverage has become more authentic and effective in all mediums of communication. Now a person relies on TV networks coverage more as compared to other mediums. In this paper I will discuss point of views of the segments weather, they are subjective and objective, in which way channels represents news story and in the news story what should be included and what should be erased and what are the important parts which are not mentioned in the news story. I will also discuss about the social groups which are represented in the news story and weather the news channels are taken at face value, or they are sensationalized for entertainment. I... ? TV...
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4G Wireless Networks
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...Networks Introduction As the suggests, 4th generation wireless technology is an upgraded version of 3rd generation communication technology. Any wireless communication technology can be viewed from different perspectives, namely, data throughput, network architecture, upload-download speed, switching technique, frequency bad, services, and application, and more importantly user’s perception. This paper intends to compare and contrast 3G wireless networks to 4G networks, distinguish between different 4G network services, e.g., 4G LTE, 4G WiMax, and 4G WiBro networks, to identify the key reason behind fierce competition among the 4G LTE carriers, and to describe the benefits... of this...
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Social Networks in Marketing
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...Networks in Marketing Introduction The increasing power of consumers has significantly reshaped business distribution and marketing models. In turn this has required retailers to add value in stores to compete with the multiple retail channels and highlighted the need for businesses to adopt customer relationship oriented approach in order to create value for the consumer (Merz, He & Vargo 2009). It is evident that retailers are now moving away from the conventional economics based approach to consider the benefit of integrating effective customer relationship management (CRM) into business strategy to create value for its customers. To this end, Pine et al highlight that the role of CRM has...
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