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Issue:Describing a computer network using generalized nets

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Title of paper: Describing a computer network using generalized nets
Author(s):
Milko Krachounov
milko@3mhz.net
Presented at: 6th International Workshop on Generalized Nets. Sofia, 17 December 2005
Published in: Conference proceedings, pages 43-46
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Abstract: In the present article we will demonstrate the behaviour of a computer connected to a computer network with the aid of generalized nets. The computer shown in the model is working as a workstation or a server and as a network gateway (i.e., it is doing packet forwarding) at the same time. We can assume the most simple case when there is a basic packet filtering and Network Address Translation (NAT) done on the computer.


References:
  1. Atanassov K., Generalized Nets, World Scientific, Singapore, New Jersey, London 1991
  2. Postel J. (ed.), "Internet Protocol - DAPRA Internet Program Protocol Specification", RFC 791. USC/Information Sciences Institute, September 1981
  3. Postel J. (ed.), "Transmission Control Protocol - DAPRA Internet Program Protocol Specification", RFC 793. USC/Information Sciences Institute, September 1981
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