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The following is a list useful links that I have compiled. If you wish to be added to this list, please send me an e-mail.

Citation Index
A huge Citation index especially for the research in the field of Computer Science and Engineering. They also have most of the papers cached or at least linked.
Interoperability Lab Tutorial
The University of New Hampshire Interoperability Lab has some tutorials on the Networking Technologies as well as some other resources.
Queueing Theory Online Books
This is an index of some Queueing Theory online Books maintained by Dr. Myron Hlynka (email: lynka@server.uwindsor.ca) from Dept. of Math & Stat University of Windsor, Canada.
International Engineering Consortium Online Tutorial
This is an On Line Education site supported by many vendors such as Cisco, Verisign, Intel, Texas Instrument, Vertel etc. You may read HTML materials freely, when you want to download the pdf version, you should register (but it is also FREE anyway).
Online Book Free Trial
I don't know if it is worth. If you signup using personal trial, you will only get scrambled pages. Corporate Trials may supply unscrambled pages, but I don't know how long it would last.
A Mathematical Theory of Communication
Ever heard Shannon Theory? Want's to know more? Try read this fascinating paper from the Father of Information Age.
Performance Modeling and Analysis of Computer Communication Networks
by Kenneth S. Vastola, Electrical Computer and Systems Engineering Dept., Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
SIM : a C++ library for Discrete Event Simulation
by Dirk Bolier - Anton EliŽns, Vrije Universiteit, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science
De Boelelaan 1081, 1081 HV Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

EventHelix.com
EventHelix.com Inc. is dedicated to developing tools and techniques for Real-time and Embedded System development. There some good information on the technological backgrounds there.
Performance Evaluation
This set of notes is developed based on the notes by the textbook author Prof. Raj Jain and some Prof. David Finkel's course work.Department of Computer Science, University of Texas - Pan American
Queueing Theory Applets
Interesting calculation on queueing theory using Java Applets.
Network Simulator NS2
Ns is a discrete event simulator targeted at networking research. Ns provides substantial support for simulation of TCP, routing, and multicast protocols over wired and wireless (local and satellite) networks.

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