Computer networking for scientists.

  title={Computer networking for scientists.},
  author={D. M. Jennings and Lawrence H. Landweber and I H Fuchs and David J. Farber and W. Richards Adrion},
  volume={231 4741},
Scientific research has always relied on communication for gathering and providing access to data; for exchanging information; for holding discussions, meetings, and seminars; for collaborating with widely dispersed researchers; and for disseminating results. The pace and complexity of modern research, especially collaborations of researchers in different institutions, has dramatically increased scientists' communications needs. Scientists now need immediate access to data and information, to… CONTINUE READING
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