E-Books on Networking Systems

Download them from the IEEE Xplore Digital Library

8 December 2014

Here’s a sample of IEEE e-books that focus on a variety of networks. To view the books, log in to the IEEE Xplore Digital Library and click on “Books & eBooks” in the left-hand navigation menu. You can then browse or search by title and download a PDF of an excerpt or of selected chapters. To order books, visit Wiley.com.

  • Security Management of Next Generation Telecommunications Networks and Services

    By Stuart Jacobs (2014)

    A guide for improving the security of enterprise and service-provider networks, including virtualized networks. The book reviews key security concepts, such as authentication, threats, and vulnerabilities. It also details effective approaches to encryption, and it covers the importance of governance in analyzing security standards and management frameworks.

  • Large Scale Network-Centric Distributed Systems

    Edited by Hamid Sarbazi-Azad and Albert Y. Zomaya (2014)

    An in-depth reference that covers design and performance issues related to wired and wireless networks. Chap­ters include information on grid and cloud computing, systems-on-a-chip, and middleware support.

  • Complex-Valued Neural Networks: Advances and Applications

    Edited by Akira Hirose (2014)

    A comprehensive resource that presents recent advances. Included are a variety of applications in which signals are analyzed and processed, such as communications and image-­processing systems and brain-computer interfaces.

  • Mobile Ad Hoc Networking: Cutting Edge Directions, Second Edition

    Edited by Stefano Basagni et al. (2013)

    A look at recent research and developments. The authors review networks that have successfully adopted the multihop ad hoc method and explore how these networks have penetrated the mass market and sparked breakthrough research. The book offers tools for learning about actuator, robot, and sensor networking.

  • Global Networks: Engineering, Operations, and Design

    By G. Keith Cambron (2013)

    A compendium of trends that examines ways to develop, introduce, and manage telecommunications technologies. It includes how to design networks that are fault-tolerant and global in scope and how to identify best practices. 

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