An integration of computer systems, terminals, and communications links.
a system for communication among two or more computers.
An interconnection of computer systems, terminals, and communications facilities.
A system of two or more computers linked with a direct, high-speed connection.
is two or more computers connected so that they can communicate with each other and share information, software, peripheral devices, and/or processing power.
A geographically dispersed configuration of computer equipment connected by communication lines and capable of load sharing, distributive processing, and automatic communication between the computers within the network.
Interconnection of one or more computers through- (i) the use of satellite, microwave, terrestrial line or other communication media; and (ii) terminals or a complex consisting of two or more interconnected computers whether or not the interconnection is continuously maintained.
A number of computers, printers and other computer devices that communicate with one another through Category 5 cabling and a shared protocol such as Ethernet.
a collection of computers connected together so that they can exchange information
a collection of computers interconnected by hardware that directly supports message passing
a collection of computers that are physically and logically connected together to exchange information
a collection of computers that communicate with each other, for example, over wires, optical fibers, or radio links
a collection of computers that have connections between them
a collection of hardware and software that e
a collection of hardware and software that enables a group of computers to communicate and provide users with shared resources
a collection of PCs and other devices connected together with cables, so that they can communicate with each other for the purpose of sharing information and resources
a collection of two or more connected computers
a combination of hardware, software and connections that allows individual computers to communicate with each other and share common resources such as files , software, hardware peripherals, and electronic mail (E-mail)
a communications network is a social network
a communication system for connecting end-systems (computers which run applications on behalf of users)
a communication system that links end systems by communication lines and software protocols to exchange data between two processes running on different end systems of the network
a communication system that links the nodes by communication lines and software protocols to exchange the data between the two processors running on different nodes of the network
a computer communications system where two or more computers are interconnected to share data
a data communications system made up of hardware and software that transmits data from one computer to another
a data communications system that interconnects computer systems at various different sites
a group of computers and peripherals connected together to communicate with each other and to share information and resources
a group of computers connected through a transmission medium to share software and hardware resources in a workplace, in a city, or among different countries in the world
a group of computers connected to each other so they can easily communicate and share files and resources (such as printers and scanners)
a group of computers connected to one another in a manner similar to the way telephones are connected
a group of computers put together, generally cabled and connected, to communicate and/or exchange information
a group of computers that are connected together and that communicate with one another for a common purpose
a group of computers that communicate between them through cables, switches, routers and protocols or rules
a group of computers which are connected together and which communicate with one another for a common purpose
a group of computers which are connected together to allow communication between them
a group of two or more computers connected to each other
an interconnected collection
an interconnection of various computer systems located at different places
a Social Network The Network Revolution We find community in networks, not groups
a system for communicating between two or more computers
a system for communication among two or further computers
a system for communication among two or more computer s
a system in which computers are connected to share information and resources
a system in which two or more computers can communicate
a system of hardware and software that allows two or more computers to communicate with each other
A system that transmits any combination of voice, video and/or data between computers. The network includes the network operating system in the client and server machines, the cables connecting them and all supporting hardware in between such as bridges, routers and switches. In wireless systems, antennas and towers are also part of the network. Also see LAN.
A collection of computers and other hardware devices that are connected together to share hardware, software, and data, as well as to communicate electronically with one another.
An interconnection of computer systems, terminals, and communication facilities.
An interconnection of many individual computers. It allows people to quickly and easily share files, modify databases, send e-mail, run programs on remote mainframes, and get access to information in databases that are too large to fit on a small computer's hard drive. Networks provide an essential tool for the routing, managing, and storing of huge amounts of rapidly changing data.
(A) A set of related devices connected to a computer by communications facilities, or (B) a complex of two or more computers, including related devices, connected by communications facilities.
Used within this paper, the term refers to any network of computers which can be used for person to person communication. Included in this are public networks such as the Internet, members online networks such as AOL or CompuServe, and local networks such as the Santa Monica Public Electronic Network (see ch. 5 of this paper). Not included are computer networks whose primary purpose is not interpersonal communication such as bank ATM networks or computer processor power sharing networks.
A collection of computers and related devices, connected in a way that allows them to share data, hardware, and software.
Two or more computers connected together.
a system for communication between computers. These networks may be fixed (cabled, permanent) or temporary (as via modems or null modems)
An interconnected group of computers.