Network models and associated applications

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Published by North-Holland Pub. Co., Sole distributors for the U.S.A. and Canada, Elsevier North-Holland in Amsterdam, New York, New York, N.Y .

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  • Network analysis (Planning)

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StatementT.A. Baker ... [et al.] ; edited by J.M. Mulvey and D. KLingman.
SeriesMathematical programming study ;, 15
ContributionsBaker, T. A., Mulvey, J. M., Klingman, D.
LC ClassificationsT57.85 .N457 1981
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Paginationvii, 176 p. ;
Number of Pages176
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Open LibraryOL4258422M
ISBN 10044486203X
LC Control Number81003952

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In the network model, the objects are seen as nodes and the relationships between the objects are depicted as the arcs. This network model does not have the hierarchy or lattice; instead, it is replaced with a graph which shows the basic connections between the nodes. The four-level model illustrated in Figure is based on the three layers (Application, Host-to-Host, and Network Access) shown in the DOD Protocol Model in the DDN Protocol Handbook Volume 1, with the addition of a separate Internet layer.

This model provides a reasonable pictorial representation of the layers in the TCP/IP protocol hierarchy. OSI Model []. The Open Systems Interconnection(OSI) model is a theoretical model of networking that organizes network functions into seven layers (physical, data link, network, transport, session, presentation, and application) and specifies the communication interfaces between the OSI model layers and network endpoints utilizing various protocols.

Application Layer: The application layer is a layer in the Open Systems Interconnection (OSI) seven-layer model and in the TCP/IP protocol suite. It consists of protocols that focus on process-to-process communication across an IP network and provides a firm communication interface and.

Advantages. Centralization of control: access, resources and integrity of the data are controlled by the dedicated server so that a program or unauthorized client cannot damage the system. This centralization also facilitates task of updating data or other resources (better than the networks P2P).

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To prevent the sniffing of data as it travels through an untrusted network enroute to a trusted network. C. To ensure that the Trusted Computing Base is not tampered with during shipment or installation. D. To ensure that messages received at the Trusted Computing Base are not old messages being resent as part of a replay attack.

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