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Introduction -- Chapter 1 of 'Network Analysis, Architecture and Design'

This chapter introduces the analysis, architecture, and design processes. Described are the fundamental concepts of the processes of network analysis, architecture, and design; systems and services; as well as their characteristics and prepares the reader for the analysis process.

In this chapter: Chapter one introduces the analysis, architecture, and design processes. Described are the fundamental concepts of the processes of network analysis, architecture, and design; systems and services; as well as their characteristics and prepares the reader for the analysis process.

In this book: This book covers procedures for performing network analysis, architecture, and design; includes new chapters on network architecture; and covers the introduction of critical issues earlier in the design process, such as addressing and routing, security, and management.

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Excerpted from Network Analysis, Architecture and Design, 2nd ed. by Priscilla Oppenheimer (ISBN: 1558608877).

Copyright © 2004, Morgan Kaufman Publishing. All rights reserved.

This was last published in November 2006

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