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Samenvatting Datacommunicatie en Netwerken (zeer volledig, 68 pagina's)

Zeer uitgebreide en volledige samenvatting van het boek "Computernetwerken: een top-downbenadering" van Kurose (6de editie). Geschreven in 2015 voor de module "Datacommunicatie en Netwerken" op CVO Antwerpen.

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Book Title
Computernetwerken: een top-downbenadering
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James F. Kurose
Year
2013
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6de editie
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H1 (volledig) H2 (p.80-143) H3 (p.176-219) H4 (p.288-364) H5 (p.406-448) H6 (p.480-487) H7 (p.548-55
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