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Efficient implementation of the OSI protocol checksum algorithm using 8/16-bit arithmetic.
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A model to order the encryption algorithms according to their quality.
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The CSNET information server: automatic document distribution using electronic mail.
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An introduction to the transmission performance capabilities of IEEE 802-5 token-ring networks.
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Improving round-trip time estimates in reliable transport protocols.
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The Kiewit network: a large Apple Talk internetwork.
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Supercomputers on the internet: a case study.
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Performance modelling of the Orwell basic access mechanism.
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Efficient point-to-point and point-to-multipoint selective-repeat ARQ schemes with multiple retransmissions: a throughput analysis.
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Performance of priorities on an 802.5 token ring.
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Computer networking for large computers in Universities.
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An exercise in deriving a protocol conversion.
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Adaptive routing in Burroughs network architecture.
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An architecture for network-layer routing in OSI.
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A yellow-pages service for a local-area network.
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Resource management in the Cronus distributed operating system.
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Strategies for decentralized resource management.
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Resource management in a distributed internetwork environment.
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A network environment for computer-supported cooperative work.
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Integrating X.400 message handling into the IBM VM/SP environment.
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Laboratory for emulation and study of integrated and coordinated media communication.
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Telescience and advanced technologies.
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A threaded/flow approach to reconfigurable distributed systems and service primitives architectures.
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Resource management scheme in distributed environments.
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Receiver-initiated busy-tone multiple access in packet radio networks.
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A reliable and efficient multicast for broadband broadcast networks.
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NETBLT: a high throughput transport protocol.
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