Wiley
Wiley.com

Table of Contents, Volume III

The Handbook of Computer Networks, Volume III
Distributed Networks, Network Planning, Control, Management, New Trends and Applications

Part 1: Distributed Networks

136. Client/Server Computing Basics
137. Groupware
138. Network Middleware
139. Grid Computing Fundamentals
140. Grid Computing Implementation
141. Cluster Computing Fundamentals
142. Next Generation Cluster Networks
143. Utility Computing on Global Grids
144. Peer-to-Peer Network Architecture
145. Peer-to-Peer Network Applications
146. Incentive Issues in Peer-to-Peer Systems
147. Storage Area Network Fundamentals
148. Fiber Channel
149. Storage Area Networks: Architectures and Protocols
150. Distributed Intelligent Networks
151. Smart Cards: Communication Protocols and Applications
152. Fault Tolerant Systems
153. Distributed Algorithms
154. Distributed Databases

Part 2: Network Planning, Control, and Management
155. Network Capacity Planning
156. Network Traffic Modeling
157. Network Traffic Management
158. Network Security Risk Assessment and Management
159. Network Reliability and Fault Tolerance
160. Social Engineering
161. Intrusion Detection Systems
162. Network Attacks
163. Worms and Viruses
164. Denial of Service Attacks
165. E-Mail Threats and Vulnerabilities
166. Virtual Private Networks
167. Cryptography
168. Access Control
169. Biometrics
170. Firewalls
171. Authentication
172. Password Authentication
173. Physical Security Threats and Measures
174. Computer Security Incident Response Teams (CSIRTs)
175. Backup and Recovery System Requirements
176. Business Requirements of Backup Systems
177. Evaluating Storage Media Requirements
178. Business Continuity Planning
179. E-Mail and Internet Use Policies
180. Computer Network Management

Part 3: Computer Network Popular Applications and Future Directions
181. E-mail and Instant Messaging
182. Application Service Providers (ASPs)
183. Video Conferencing
184. Computer Conferencing: Protocols and Applications
185. Telecommuting and Telework
186. Online Banking
187. Digital Libraries
188. Computer Conferencing and Distance Learning
189. Electronic Commerce
190. Electronic Data Interchange (EDI)
191. Electronic Payment Systems
192. Internet Relay Chat (IRC)
193. Online Communities
194. Mobile Commerce
195. Online News
196. Travel and Tourism
197. Web-Based Training
198. RFID (Radio Frequency Identification)
199. Active Networking
200. Applications of Biological Concepts to Designs of Computer Networks and Network Applications
201. Nanotechnology for Communication Systems
202. Molecular Communication: New Paradigm for Communication among Nano-scale Biological Machines