Computer Networks : Principles, Technologies and Protocols for Network Design

Computer Networks : Principles, Technologies and Protocols for Network Design

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This is a comprehensive guide covering both the theory of basic networking technologies as well as practical solutions to networking problems. * Networking concepts explained plainly with emphasis on how networks work together * Practical solutions backed up with examples and case studies * Balance of topics reflects modern environments * Instructor and Student book site support including motivational courseware

Table of Contents

Preface                                            1  (6)
PART I: NETWORKING BASICS 7 (246)
Evolution of Computer Networks 9 (18)
Introduction 10 (1)
Roots of Computer Networks 10 (4)
Computer Networks as a Result of the 10 (1)
Computing and Communications
Technologies Evolution
Batch-Processing Systems 11 (1)
Multiterminal Systems: Prototype of the 12 (2)
Computer Network
First Computer Networks 14 (6)
First Wide Area Networks (WANs) 14 (2)
First Local Area Networks (LANs) 16 (4)
Convergence of Networks 20 (7)
Convergence of LANs and WANs 20 (2)
Convergence of Computer and 22 (2)
Telecommunications Networks
Summary 24 (1)
Review Questions 25 (1)
Problems 25 (2)
General Principles of Network Design 27 (38)
Introduction 28 (1)
Problems of Sharing Computer Resources 29 (8)
Interaction between Computers and 29 (3)
Peripheral Devices
Simplest Interaction between Two 32 (4)
Computers
Network Applications 36 (1)
Problems of Physical Data Transmission 37 (4)
Using Communications Links
Encoding 37 (2)
Characteristics of Physical Links 39 (2)
Problems of Interaction Among Several 41 (9)
Computers
Topology of Physical Links 41 (4)
Addressing of Network Nodes 45 (4)
Switching 49 (1)
Generalized Switching Problem 50 (15)
Flow Definition 50 (2)
Routing 52 (3)
Data Forwarding 55 (2)
Multiplexing and Demultiplexing 57 (1)
Shared Medium 58 (3)
Switching Types 61 (1)
Summary 62 (1)
Review Questions 63 (1)
Problems 64 (1)
Packet and Circuit Switching 65 (42)
Introduction 66 (1)
Circuit Switching 66 (6)
Connection Setup 68 (1)
Setup Request Blocking 68 (1)
Guaranteed Bandwidth 69 (1)
Multiplexing 69 (2)
Inefficiency of Transmitting Bursty 71 (1)
Traffic
Packet Switching 72 (19)
Buffers and Queues 73 (3)
Packet-Forwarding Methods 76 (1)
Datagram Transmission 77 (2)
Logical Connection 79 (1)
Virtual Circuit 80 (2)
Circuit-Switched Networks vs. 82 (1)
Packet-Switched Networks
Transport Analogy for Circuit-Switched 82 (1)
and Packet-Switched Networks
Quantitative Comparison of Delays 83 (8)
Packet Switching in Shared Medium Networks 91 (16)
Principles of Medium Sharing 91 (2)
Reasons for LAN Structuring 93 (1)
Physical Structuring of LANs 93 (3)
Logical Structuring of the Shared 96 (4)
Medium Network
Ethernet as an Example of Standard 100(2)
Technology
Summary 102(1)
Review Questions 103(1)
Problems 104(3)
Network Architecture and Standardization 107(42)
Introduction 108(1)
Decomposition of Network Node Interaction 108(5)
Multilayer Approach 109(3)
Protocol and Protocol Stack 112(1)
OSI Model 113(13)
General Characteristics of the OSI Model 114(3)
Physical Layer 117(1)
Data Link Layer 117(2)
Network Layer 119(4)
Transport Layer 123(1)
Session Layer 124(1)
Presentation Layer 124(1)
Application Layer 125(1)
OSI Model and Circuit-Switched Networks 125(1)
Network Standardization 126(13)
Concept of an Open System 126(2)
Types of Standards 128(1)
Internet Standardization 128(1)
Standard Stacks of Communications 129(1)
Protocols
OSI Stack 129(2)
IPX/SPX Stack 131(1)
NetBIOS/SMB Stack 132(1)
TCP/IP Stack 133(5)
Correspondence between Popular Protocol 138(1)
Stacks and the OSI Model
Information and Transport Services 139(10)
Distribution of Protocols by Network 140(2)
Elements
Subsidiary Protocols of the Transport 142(2)
System
Summary 144(1)
Review Questions 145(2)
Problems 147(2)
Examples of Networks 149(30)
Introduction 150(1)
Generalized Structure of a 150(3)
Telecommunications Network
Access Networks 151(1)
Backbones 152(1)
Data Centers 152(1)
Telecommunications Carrier Networks 153(7)
Services 154(2)
Clients 156(1)
Infrastructure 157(1)
Coverage Territory 158(1)
Relationships among Different Types of 159(1)
Carriers
Corporate Networks 160(6)
Department Networks 161(1)
Building or Campus Networks 162(2)
Enterprise-Wide Networks 164(2)
Internet 166(13)
Internet Uniqueness 167(1)
Internet Structure 168(3)
Internet Boundaries 171(3)
Summary 174(1)
Review Questions 175(2)
Problems 177(2)
Network Characteristics 179(30)
Introduction 180(1)
Types of Characteristics 180(4)
Subjective Quality Characteristics 180(1)
Network Characteristics and Requirements 181(1)
Time Scale 182(1)
Service Level Agreement 183(1)
Performance 184(7)
Ideal Network 184(3)
Characteristics of Packet Delays 187(3)
Characteristics of Information Rate 190(1)
Reliability 191(7)
Packet Loss Characteristics 192(1)
Availability and Fault Tolerance 192(1)
Alternative Routes 193(2)
Data Ret 195(3)
Security 198(5)
Computer and Network Security 199(1)
Data Confidentiality, Integrity, and 200(2)
Availability
Network Security Services 202(1)
Provider-Only Characteristics 203(6)
Extensibility and Scalability 203(1)
Manageability 204(1)
Compatibility 205(1)
Summary 205(1)
Review Questions 206(1)
Problems 207(2)
Methods of Ensuring Quality of Service 209(44)
Introduction 210(1)
Applications and QOS 211(5)
QoS Requirements of Different Types of 211(1)
Applications
Predictability of the Information Rate 211(2)
Application Sensitivity to Packet Delays 213(1)
Application Sensitivity to Packet Losses 214(1)
Application Classes 214(2)
Queue Analysis 216(6)
M/M/1 Model 217(2)
M/M/1 as a Packet-Processing Model 219(3)
QOS Mechanisms 222(2)
Operation in Underloaded Mode 222(1)
Different Service Classes 223(1)
Queue Management Algorithms 224(6)
FIFO Algorithm 225(1)
Priority Queuing 225(3)
Weighted Queuing 228(2)
Hybrid Algorithms of Queuing 230(1)
Feedback 230(5)
Purpose 230(1)
Feedback Participants 231(2)
Feedback Information 233(2)
Resource Reservation 235(7)
Resource Reservation and Packet 235(4)
Switching
Reservation-Based QoS System 239(3)
Traffic Engineering 242(11)
Drawbacks of Traditional Routing Methods 243(1)
Idea of Traffic Engineering 244(4)
Traffic Engineering for Different 248(1)
Traffic Classes
Summary 249(1)
Review Questions 249(1)
Problems 250(3)
PART II: PHYSICAL LAYER TECHNOLOGIES 253(130)
Transmission Links 255(30)
Introduction 256(1)
Taxonomy 256(5)
Transmission Networks, Circuits, and 256(2)
Links
Media 258(1)
Transmission Equipment 259(2)
Transmission Link Characteristics 261(14)
Spectrum Analysis of the Signals in 261(3)
Communications Links
Attenuation and Impedance 264(3)
Noise Immunity and Transmission 267(3)
Reliability
Bandwidth and Capacity 270(2)
Bits and Bauds 272(2)
Dependence between Bandwidth and 274(1)
Capacity
Cable Types 275(10)
Unshielded and Shielded Twisted Pair 275(2)
Coaxial Cable 277(1)
Optical Cable 278(2)
Structured Cabling System of Buildings 280(2)
Summary 282(1)
Review Questions 283(1)
Problems 283(2)
Data Encoding and Multiplexing 285(32)
Introduction 286(1)
Modulation 286(6)
Modulation When Transmitting Analog 287(1)
Signals
Modulation When Transmitting Discrete 287(2)
Signals
Combined Modulation Methods 289(3)
Digitizing Analog Signals 292(2)
Pulse Code Modulation 292(1)
Digitizing Voice 293(1)
Encoding Methods 294(12)
Choosing Encoding Methods 295(1)
Potential Nonreturn to Zero Code 296(2)
Bipolar Alternate Mark Inversion 298(1)
Encoding
Nonreturn to Zero with Ones Inverted 298(1)
Code
Bipolar Pulse Code 299(1)
Manchester Code 299(1)
2B1Q Potential Code 300(1)
Redundant Codes 300(1)
Scrambling 301(3)
Data Compression 304(2)
Error Detection and Correction 306(3)
Error-Detection Technique 306(2)
Error Correction 308(1)
Multiplexing and Switching 309(8)
Circuit Switching Based on FDM and WDM 309(2)
Circuit Switching Based on TDM 311(3)
Duplex Mode of Channel Operation 314(1)
Summary 315(1)
Review Questions 316(1)
Problems 316(1)
Wireless Transmission 317(28)
Introduction 318(1)
Wireless Media 318(8)
Advantages of Wireless Communications 318(2)
Wireless Link 320(1)
Electromagnetic Spectrum 321(1)
Propagation of Electromagnetic Waves 322(2)
Licensing 324(2)
Wireless Systems 326(10)
Point-to-Point System 326(1)
Point-to-Multipoint System 327(3)
Multipoint-to-Multipoint System 330(1)
Satellite Systems 331(2)
Geostationary Satellite 333(1)
Medium and Low Earth Orbit Satellites 334(2)
Spread Spectrum Technology 336(9)
Frequency-Hopping Spread Spectrum 337(2)
Direct Sequence Spread Spectrum 339(1)
Code Division Multiple Access 340(3)
Summary 343(1)
Review Questions 344(1)
Problems 344(1)
Transmission Networks 345(38)
Introduction 346(1)
PDH Networks 346(5)
Rate Hierarchy 347(1)
Multiplexing Methods 348(2)
PDH Technology Limitations 350(1)
Sonet/SDH Networks 351(16)
Rate Hierarchy and Multiplexing Methods 352(2)
Equipment Types 354(2)
Protocol Stack 356(2)
STM-N Frames 358(2)
Typical Topologies 360(1)
Methods of Ensuring Network 361(6)
Survivability
DWDM Networks 367(9)
Operating Principles 368(1)
Fiber Amplifiers 369(2)
Typical Topologies 371(3)
Optical Add/Drop Multiplexers 374(1)
Optical Cross-Connects 375(1)
Case Study 376(7)
Summary 379(1)
Review Questions 380(2)
Problems 382(1)
PART III: LOCAL AREA NETWORKS 383(196)
Ethernet 387(48)
Introduction 388(1)
General Characteristic of Lan Protocols 388(11)
Standard Topology and Shared Media 389(2)
LAN Protocol Stack 391(1)
MAC Layer 392(2)
LLC Layer 394(3)
Structure of IEEE 802.x Standards 397(2)
CSMA/CD 399(7)
MAC Addresses 399(2)
Medium Access and Data Transmission 401(1)
Collisions 402(2)
Path Delay Value and Collision Detection 404(2)
Ethernet Frame Formats 406(5)
802.3/LLC 408(1)
Raw 802.3/Novell 802.3 Frame 408(1)
Ethernet DIX/Ethernet II Frame 409(1)
Ethernet SNAP Frame 409(1)
Using Various Types of Ethernet Frames 410(1)
Maximum Performance of the Ethernet 411(2)
Network
Ethernet Physical Medium Specifications 413(10)
10Base-5 414(2)
10Base-2 416(2)
10Base-T 418(3)
Fiber-Optic Ethernet 421(1)
Collision Domain 422(1)
Common Characteristics of 10 Mbps 422(1)
Ethernet Standards
Case Study 423(12)
Summary 428(1)
Review Questions 429(2)
Problems 431(4)
High-Speed Ethernet 435(22)
Introduction 436(1)
Fast Ethernet 436(12)
Historical Overview 436(1)
Fast Ethernet Physical Layer 437(3)
100Base-FX/TX/T4 Specifications 440(3)
Rules for Building Fast Ethernet 443(1)
Segments Using Repeaters
Limitations on the Maximum Length of 444(1)
DTE-DTE Segments
Limitations on Fast Ethernet Networks 444(2)
Based on Repeaters
Specific Features of 100VG-AnyLAN 446(2)
Gigabit Ethernet 448(9)
Historical Overview 448(1)
Problems 449(1)
Ensuring Network Diameter of 200 Meters 450(1)
802.3z Physical Medium Specifications 451(1)
Gigabit Ethernet Based on Category 5 452(1)
Twisted Pair
Summary 453(1)
Review Questions 454(1)
Problems 455(2)
Shared Media Lans 457(48)
Introduction 458(1)
Token Ring 458(5)
Token-Passing Access 459(2)
Token Ring Physical Layer 461(2)
FDDI 463(5)
Main FDDI Characteristics 463(3)
FDDI Fault Tolerance 466(2)
Wireless Lans 468(12)
Specific Features of Wireless LANs 468(4)
IEEE 802.11 Protocol Stack 472(2)
Topologies of 802.11 LANs 474(1)
Access to the Shared Medium 475(1)
Distributed Coordination Function 476(2)
Access Mode
Point Coordination Function Access Mode 478(1)
Security 479(1)
Pan and Bluetooth 480(8)
Specific Features of PANs 480(1)
Bluetooth Architecture 481(2)
Bluetooth Protocol Stack 483(2)
Bluetooth Frames 485(1)
How Bluetooth Operates 486(2)
Shared Media Lan Equipment 488(17)
Main Functions of Network Adapters 488(2)
Main Functions of Concentrators 490(3)
Autopartitioning 493(1)
Support of Reserve Links 493(1)
Protection against Unauthorized Access 494(2)
Multisegment Concentrators 496(1)
Concentrator Design 497(3)
Summary 500(1)
Review Questions 501(2)
Problems 503(2)
Switched Lan Basics 505(42)
Introduction 506(1)
Logical Network Structuring Using Bridges 506(10)
and Switches
Advantages and Drawbacks of Shared 506(2)
Media LANs
Advantages of the Logical Network 508(3)
Structuring
Transparent Bridge Algorithm of the 511(5)
IEEE 802.1D Standard
Topological Limitations of Switched Lan 516(2)
Switches 518(18)
Specific Features of Switches 518(6)
Nonblocking Switches 524(1)
Overcoming Congestion 525(1)
Translation of the Data Link-Layer 526(2)
Protocols
Traffic Filtering 528(1)
Switch Architecture and Design 528(4)
Combined Switches 532(1)
Performance Characteristics of Switches 533(3)
Full-Duplex Lan Protocols 536(11)
Changes Introduced into the MAC Layer 536(1)
by Operation in Full-Duplex Mode
Problems of Congestion Control in 537(3)
Full-Duplex Mode
10G Ethernet 540(2)
Summary 542(1)
Review Questions 543(1)
Problems 544(3)
Advanced Features of Switched Lans 547(32)
Introduction 548(1)
Spanning Tree Algorithm 549(6)
Required Definitions 549(2)
Three-Stage Procedure of Building the 551(3)
Tree
STA Advantages and Drawbacks 554(1)
Link Aggregation in Lans 555(7)
Trunks and Logical Channels 555(2)
Eliminating Frame Spawning 557(2)
Port Selection 559(3)
Virtual Lans 562(9)
VLAN Goal 564(1)
Creating VLANs Based on One Switch 565(2)
Creating VLANs Based on Several Switches 567(4)
Quality of Service in Lans 571(2)
Limitations of Bridges and Switches 573(2)
Case Study 575(4)
Summary 576(1)
Review Questions 577(2)
PART IV: TCP/IP INTERNET-WORKING 579(184)
Addressing in TCP/IP Networks 581(36)
Introduction 582(1)
Address Types of the TCP/IP Stack 582(4)
Local Addresses 583(1)
IP Network Addresses 584(1)
Domain Names 585(1)
IP Address Format 586(6)
Classes of IP Addresses 587(2)
Special IP Addresses 589(2)
Using Masks in IP Addressing 591(1)
IP Address Assignment Order 592(4)
Address Assignment in an Autonomous 592(1)
Network
Centralized Address Assignment 593(1)
Addressing and CIDR 594(2)
Mapping IP Addresses to Local Addresses 596(7)
ARP 596(5)
Proxy-ARP 601(2)
DNS 603(6)
Flat Symbolic Names 603(1)
Hierarchical Symbolic Names 603(3)
DNS Operating Mode 606(2)
Reverse Lookup Zone 608(1)
DHCP 609(8)
DHCP Modes 610(1)
Algorithm of Dynamic Address Assignment 611(3)
Summary 614(1)
Review Questions 615(1)
Problems 616(1)
Internet Protocol 617(56)
Introduction 618(1)
IP Packet Format 618(4)
IP Routing Method 622(16)
Simplified Structure of the Routing 623(2)
Table
Routing Tables on End Nodes 625(2)
Searching Routing Tables That Do Not 627(1)
Contain Masks
Examples of Routing Tables of Different 628(5)
Formats
Sources and Types of Records in Routing 633(1)
Tables
Example of IP Routing without Masks 634(1)
Passing a DNS Request 635(2)
Passing a DNS Response 637(1)
Passing the Packet from an FTP Client 638(1)
to an FTP Server
Routing Using Masks 638(15)
Structuring a Network with Masks of the 639(3)
Same Length
Algorithm of Table Lookup that Accounts 642(1)
for Masks
Using Masks of Variable Length 643(3)
Overlapping Address Spaces 646(5)
Routing and CIDR 651(2)
Fragmentation of IP Packets 653(5)
MTU as a Technological Parameter 654(1)
Fragmentation Parameters 654(1)
Procedures of Fragmenting and 655(2)
Assembling Packets
Example of Fragmentation 657(1)
IPV6 658(15)
Directions of TCP/IP Stack Modernization 659(1)
Scalable Addressing System 660(6)
Flexible Header Format 666(2)
Reducing the Load on Routers 668(1)
Summary 669(1)
Review Questions 670(1)
Problem 671(2)
Core Protocol of the TCP/IP Stack 673(52)
Introduction 674(1)
TCP and UDP Transport-Layer Protocols 674(16)
Ports 675(2)
UDP 677(2)
TCP Segment Format 679(2)
Logical Connections as a Basis of TCP 681(3)
Reliability
Sequence Number and Acknowledgment 684(2)
Number
Receiver Window 686(1)
Cumulative Acknowledgment Principle 687(1)
Acknowledgment Timeout 688(1)
Controlling the Receiver Window 689(1)
Routing Protocols 690(23)
Classification of Routing Protocols 690(1)
Routing without Tables 691(1)
Adaptive Routing 692(1)
Distance Vector Algorithms 693(1)
Link State Algorithms 694(1)
Using Several Routing Protocols 694(2)
Exterior and Interior Gateway Protocols 696(1)
Routing Information Protocol 697(1)
Building a Routing Table 697(5)
Adapting RIP Routers to Network State 702(3)
Changes
Methods of Eliminating Invalid Routes 705(1)
in RIP
Open Shortest Path First 706(1)
Two Stages of Building the Routing Table 706(1)
HELLO Route Advertisements 707(1)
Metrics 707(2)
OSPF Stability 709(1)
Border Gateway Protocol 710(3)
Internet Control Message Protocol 713(12)
Types of ICMP Messages 714(2)
Format of the Echo Request/Reply 716(2)
Message: The Ping Utility
Error Message Format: The Traceroute 718(2)
Utility
Summary 720(3)
Review Questions 723(1)
Problems 724(1)
Advanced Features of IP Routers 725(38)
Introduction 726(1)
Filtering 727(4)
User Traffic Filtering 727(3)
Routing Announcements Filtering 730(1)
IP QOS 731(14)
QoS Models of IntServ and DiffServ 731(2)
Token Bucket Algorithm 733(2)
Random Early Detection 735(1)
Integrated Services Framework and RSVP 736(4)
Differentiated Services Framework 740(5)
Network Address Translation 745(5)
Reasons for Address Translation 745(1)
Traditional NAT 745(1)
Basic NAT 746(2)
Address and Port Translation 748(2)
Routers 750(13)
Router Functions 750(1)
Interface Level 751(1)
Network Layer Protocol 752(1)
Layer of Routing Protocols 753(1)
Classification of Routers by Areas of 753(5)
Application
Summary 758(2)
Review Questions 760(1)
Problems 761(2)
PART V: WIDE AREA NETWORKS 763(176)
Virtual Circuit Wan 767(40)
Introduction 768(1)
Virtual Circuits Technique 769(6)
Switched Virtual Circuits 769(3)
Permanent Virtual Circuits 772(1)
Comparison to the Datagram Technique 773(2)
X.25 Networks 775(4)
Structure and Goals of X.25 Networks 775(1)
Addressing in X.25 Networks 776(1)
Protocol Stack of X.25 Networks 777(2)
Frame Relay Networks 779(8)
Frame Relay Protocol Stack 780(3)
QoS Support 783(4)
ATM Technology 787(20)
Main Principles of ATM Operation 788(4)
ATM Protocol Stack 792(1)
ATM Adaptation Layer 793(2)
ATM Protocol 795(4)
Categories of ATM Protocol Services and 799(4)
Traffic Control
Summary 803(1)
Review Questions 804(1)
Problems 805(2)
IP Wans 807(52)
Introduction 808(1)
Pure IP Wans 808(10)
IP WAN Structure 809(3)
Protocols of the HDLC Family 812(3)
Point-to-Point Protocol 815(1)
Leased Lines Used by IP Routers 816(2)
IP Over ATM or Frame Relay 818(3)
Communication between IP and ATM Layers 818(1)
Configuring the Router Interface 819(2)
Multiprotocol Label Switching 821(18)
Combining Switching and Routing within 821(1)
the Same Device
LSR and Data Forwarding Table 822(2)
Label Switching Paths 824(1)
MPLS Header and Data Link Technologies 825(2)
Label Stack 827(5)
MPLS Application Areas 832(1)
MPLS Interior Gateway Protocol 832(2)
MPLS Traffic Engineering 834(5)
Network Management 839(20)
Goal of Network Management Systems 839(1)
Functional Groups of Network Management 840(1)
Problems
Architecture of Network Management 841(4)
Systems
Management System Standards based on 845(1)
SNMP
SNMP MIB Structure 846(4)
SNMP Message Format 850(2)
RMON MIB Specification 852(3)
Summary 855(1)
Review Questions 856(1)
Problems 857(2)
Remote Access 859(38)
Introduction 860(1)
Methods of Remote Access 861(9)
Types of Clients and Terminal Equipment 861(3)
Information Multiplexing at the Local 864(2)
Loop
Remote Node Mode 866(2)
Remote Control Mode. Telnet 868(2)
Dial-Up Analog Access 870(7)
Principles of Telephone Network 870(3)
Operation
Remote Access through a Telephone 873(1)
Network
Modems 874(1)
Standards for Data Encoding Methods and 875(1)
Data Transmission Rates
Error Correction 876(1)
Data Compression 877(1)
Dial-Up Access Using ISDN 877(9)
Goals and Structure of ISDN 878(1)
BRI and PRI Interfaces 879(2)
ISDN Protocol Stack 881(3)
Using ISDN for Data Transmission 884(2)
XDSL Technology 886(4)
Access Using Cable TV 890(1)
Wireless Access 891(6)
Summary 893(1)
Review Questions 894(1)
Problems 895(2)
Secure Transport Services 897(42)
Introduction 898(1)
IPSEC Protected Channel Service 899(14)
Hierarchy of the Protected Channel 899(1)
Services
Distribution of Functions among IPSec 900(2)
Protocols
Encryption in IPSec 902(2)
Security Association 904(1)
Transport and Tunnel Modes 905(2)
AH Protocol 907(2)
ESP Protocol 909(2)
Security Databases 911(2)
Virtual Private Network Service 913(8)
VPN Definition 913(2)
VPN Evaluation and Comparison Criteria 915(2)
VPN on the Basis of Traffic Segregation 917(3)
IPSec VPN 920(1)
MPLS VPN 921(18)
Full Connectivity and Absolute Isolation 922(1)
MPLS VPN Components 923(2)
Segregation of the Routing Information 925(2)
Using MP-BGP for Connecting Sites 927(1)
Independence of Address Spaces 927(3)
Generation of MP-BGP Routing 930(2)
Advertisements
Packet Forwarding over the MPLS VPN 932(1)
Mechanism of Forming VPN Topology 933(2)
Security Level 935(1)
Summary 936(1)
Review Questions 937(1)
Problems 938(1)
Conclusion 939(2)
References and Recommended Reading 941(10)
Index 951