Definitions for "Network Architecture"
See Architecture.
Defines a common, uniform network infrastructure providing reliable and ubiquitous communication for the state's distributed information processing environment.
The philosophy and organizational concept for enabling communications between data processing equipment at multiple locations. The network architecture specifies the processors and terminals and defines the protocols and software that must be used to accomplish accurate data communications.
n. The logical structure and operating principles (related to services, functions, and protocols, for example) of a computer network.
A set of design principles, including the organisation of functions and the description of data formats and procedures, used as the basis for the design and implementation of a network (ISO). A reference used for the definition and development of protocols and products for inter-networking between data processing systems, often used to define a hierarchy of communication function layers.
The logical structure and operating principles of a computer network. (T) The operating principles of a network include those of services, functions, and protocols.
The design or assemblage of the various components of a network into a unified structure.
The components and design of a network.
The design of an ANN: the number of units and their pattern of connection.
The types and characteristics of the network components; for example, routers, switches, cables, and how they are connected.
The types and characteristics of the network components and how they are connected; for example, routers, switches, cables.
The basic layout of a computer and its attached systems, such as terminals and the paths between them.