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Design Patterns in Communications Software
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1 26567 08-12-2005
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100% of reviewers $25.00 8.0
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Description: Design Patterns in Communcations Software is geared towards the Software Engineer working with mission critical communications systems that have high reliability and availability requirements. DPICS includes patterns, pattern languages, and papers which cover telecommunications, middleware, distributed systems, multimedia networking, Web technologies, and more.
Keywords: Patterns communications c++ c reference HOPP Teleplop
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0-521-79040-9


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Old 08-12-2005, 02:06 PM   #1
orgcandman
 
Registered: May 2002
Distribution: Ubuntu; PNE-LE; LFS (no book)
Posts: 594

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Would you recommend the product? yes | Price you paid?: $25.00 | Rating: 8

Pros: Thorough, detailed analysis and solid design concepts
Cons: requires thorough knowledge of communications software principles



This is probably a much better programming reference for communications software engineers than the "Gang of 4" book. It talks in-depth about the Half-open protocol pattern, which is the basis for all telecommunications software used in mission critical applications. It also goes into excellent case and usage studies for the patterns, and call processing in general.
 




  



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