Computers in Communication
by Gordon Brebner
Publisher: McGraw-Hill 2002
Number of pages: 488
The book is deliberately focused tightly on matters concerned with communication, it avoids excursions into other areas of computer science. The reader requires no background in computer communications, only a basic familiarity with computers in general.
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