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By Daniel Abensour, Jean Calvignac, Len Felton (auth.), Yannis Viniotis, Raif O. Onvural (eds.)

Broadband built-in prone electronic community (B-ISDN) is conceived as an all-purpose electronic community aiding interactive and distributive companies, bursty and non-stop site visitors, connection-oriented and connectionless companies, all within the related community. The ideas of ISDN regularly and B-ISDN particularly were evolving given that CCIIT followed the rrrst set ofISDN concepts in 1984. 13 ideas outlining the basic ideas and preliminary requisites for B-ISDN have been authorized in 1990, with Asynchronous move Mode (ATM) being the move mode of selection for B-ISDN. it sort of feels reasonable to assert that B-ISDN options have replaced the face of networking. The services we have now built for a century on cell structures and over a couple of a long time on packet networks is proving to be inadequate to install and function the estimated B-ISDNs. even more should be understood and satisfactorily addressed earlier than ATM networks can turn into a truth. Tricomm'93 is devoted to A TM networks. The technical software involves invited papers addressing a wide subset of problems with functional value within the deployment of ATM networks. this can be the 6th in a sequence of study Triangle meetings on laptop Communications, which emerged during the efforts of the neighborhood bankruptcy of IEEE Communications Society.

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