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Textbooks on Computers, Networking, and Security by William Stallings
Textbooks on Computers, Networking, and Security by William Stallings

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My latest book, Operating Systems: Internals and Design Principles, has just been published. http://williamstallings.com/OperatingSystems Available at discount at http://williamstallings.com/DiscountBookPurchase/
Table of Contents
PART ONE BACKGROUND
1 Computer System Overview
2 Operating System Overvew
PART TWO PROCESSES
3 Process Description and Control
4 Threads
5 Concurrency: Mutual Exclusion and Synchronization
6 Concurrency: Deadlock and Starvation
PART THREE MEMORY
7 Memory Management
8 Virtual Memory
PART FOUR MEMORY
9 Uniprocessor Scheduling
10 Multiprocessor, Multicore, and Real-Time Scheduling
PART FIVE INPUT/OUTPUT AND FILES
11 I/O Management and Disk Scheduling
12 File Management
PART SIX ADVANCED TOPICS
13 Embedded Operating Systems
14 Virtual Machines
15 Operating System Security
16 Cloud and IoT Operating Systems
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My latest paper, QoS and QoE: Network Design Implications, with Florence Agboma, Internet Protocol Journal March 2016. Available at ‪http://williamstallings.com/Papers/ 
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My textbook, Computer Organization and Architecture, 10th ed. has received the 2016 TAA Textbook Excellence Award for the best Computer Science book of the year. http://blog.taaonline.net/2016/03/taa-announces-2016-textbook-award-winners/ 
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My latest book, Cryptography and Network Security Seventh Edition, has just been published. http://williamstallings.com/Cryptography/    Available at discount at http://williamstallings.com/DiscountBookPurchase/
Table of Contents:

PART ONE BACKGROUND
1 Computer and Network Security Concepts
2 Introduction to Number Theory

PART TWO SYMMETRIC CRYPTOGRAPHY
3 Classical Encryption Techniques
4 Block Ciphers and DES
5 Finite Fields
6 AES
7 Block Cipher Operation
8 Random Bit Generation and Stream Ciphers

PART THREE ASYMMETRIC CRYPOGRAPHY
9 Public-Key Cryptography and RSA
10 Other Public-Key Cryptosystems

PART FOUR CRYPTOGRAPHIC DATA INTEGRITY ALGORITHMS
11 Cryptographic Hash Functions
12 Message Authentication Codes
13 Digital Signatures

PART FIVE MUTUAL TRUST
14 Key Management and Distribution
15 User Authentication Protocols

PART SIX NETWORK AND INTERNET SECURITY
16 Network Access Control and Cloud Security
17 Transport Level Security
18 Wireless Network Security
19 Electronic Mail Security
20 IP Security

PART SEVEN SYSTEM SECURITY
21 Malicious Software
22 Intruders
23 Firewalls
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My latest paper, ICAM: A Foundation for Trusted Identities in Cyberspace in January 2016 IT Pro. Available at ‪http://williamstallings.com/Papers/ 
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My latest paper, The Internet of Things: Network and Security Architecture, December 2015 Internet Protocol Journal. Available at ‪http://williamstallings.com/Papers/ 
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I am looking for people to review individual chapters of the forthcoming new edition of my Data and Computer Communications textbook. In return, you get a copy of the book and an ACK in the Preface. See williamstallings.com/DCCr/DCCr.html  for details.
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My latest book, Foundations of Modern Networks: SDN, NFV, QoE, IoT, and Cloud, has just been published. http://williamstallings.com/Network/  Available at discount at http://williamstallings.com/DiscountBookPurchase/
Table of Contents:

PART ONE - MODERN NETWORKING
Chapter 1 - Elements of Modern Networking
Chapter 2 - Requirements and Technology
PART TWO - SOFTWARE DEFINED NETWORKS
Chapter 3 - SDN: Background and Motivation
Chapter 4 - SDN Data Plane and OpenFlow
Chapter 5 - SDN Control Plane
Chapter 6 - SDN Application Plane
PART THREE - VIRTUALIZATION
Chapter 7 - Network Functions Virtualization: Concepts and Architecture
Chapter 8 - NFV Functionality
Chapter 9 - Network Virtualization
PART FOUR - DEFINING AND SUPPORTING USER NEEDS
Chapter 10 - Quality of Service
Chapter 11 - QoE: User Quality of Experience
Chapter 12 - Network Design Implications of QoS and QoE
PART FIVE - MODERN NETWORK ARCHITECTURE: CLOUDS AND FOG
Chapter 13 - Cloud Computing
Chapter 14 - The Internet of Things: Components
Chapter 15 - The Internet of Things: Architecture and Implementation
PART SIX - RELATED TOPICS
Chapter 16 - Security
Chapter 17 - The Impact of the New Networking on IT Careers
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My latest book, Wireless Communication and Networks, has just been published. http://williamstallings.com/WirelessComm 
In the years since the 2004 publication of my book, Wireless Communications & Networks, I have received numerous requests for an updated edition. At last that as been achieved. With my new co-author Cory Beard, a renowned wireless technology expert and Professor at U. of Missouri, we have produced a brand-new book, completely revised, updated, and expanded from the old Wireless Communications and Networks. This is a comprehensive, state-of-the art survey. Covers all types of wireless communications from satellite and cellular to local and personal area networks. The title conveys a focus on all aspects of wireless systems – wireless communication techniques, protocols, and medium access control to form wireless networks, then the deployment and system management to coordinate the entire set of devices (base stations, routers, smartphones, sensors) that compose successful wireless systems. Along with the content, the book provides over 150 animations Available at substantial discount via the Web site http://williamstallings.com/WirelessComm
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My latest book, Computer Organization and Architecture, has just been published. http://williamstallings.com/ComputerOrganization/  Available at discount at http://williamstallings.com/DiscountBookPurchase/
New to this edition:
—GPGPU [General-Purpose Computing on Graphics Processing Units (GPUs)]: One of the most important new developments in recent years has been the broad adoption of GPGPUs to work in coordination with traditional CPUs to handle a wide range of applications involving large arrays of data. A new chapter is devoted to the topic of GPGPUs.
—Heterogeneous multicore processors: The latest development in multicore architecture is the heterogeneous multicore processor. A new section in the chapter on multicore processors surveys the various types of heterogeneous multicore processors.
—Embedded systems: The overview of embedded systems in Chapter 1 has been substantially revised and expanded to reflect the current state of embedded technology.
—Microcontrollers: In terms of numbers, almost all computers now in use are embedded microcontrollers. The treatment of embedded systems in Chapter 1 now includes coverage of microcontrollers. The ARM Cortex-M3 microcontroller is used as an example system throughout the text.
—Cloud computing: New to this edition is a discussion of cloud computing, with an overview in Chapter 1 and more detailed treatment in Chapter 17.
—System performance: The coverage of system performance issues has been revised, expanded, and reorganized for a clearer and more thorough treatment. Chapter 2 is devoted to this topic, and the issue of system performance arises throughout the book.
—Flash memory: The coverage of flash memory has been updated and expanded, and now includes a discussion of the technology and organization of flash memory for internal memory (Chapter 5) and external memory (Chapter 6.)
—Nonvolatile RAM: New to this edition is treatment of three important new nonvolatile solid-state RAM technologies that occupy different positions in the memory hierarchy: STT-RAM, PCRAM, and ReRAM.
—Direct cache access (DCA): To meet the protocol processing demands for very high speed network connections, Intel and other manufacturers have developed DCA technologies that provide much greater throughput than traditional direct memory access (DMA) approaches. New to this edition, Chapter 7 explores DCA in some detail.
—Intel Core Microarchitecture: As in the previous edition, the Intel x86 family is used as a major example system throughout. The treatment has been updated to reflect newer Intel systems, especially the Intel Core Microarchitecture, which is used on both PC and server products.
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