Richard L. Klevans

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The option of obtaining education over networks is quickly becoming a reality for all those that have access to Internet and World-Wide Web (WWW). However, at present network-based education (NBE) over WWW, and over Internet in general, faces a number of pitfalls. The problems range from inadequate enduser quality of service (QoS), to inadequate materials,(More)
0 7 4 0 7 4 5 9 / 9 9 / $ 1 0 . 0 0 © 1 9 9 9 I E E E oth private local area network environments and the transport backbones of the public network are increasingly using asynchronous transfer technology. This has created a demand for applications that make use of the high bandwidth, guaranteed quality of service, and low endto-end delay that ATM provides.(More)
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