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Networked life Networked life :
Internet users.
Internet and families.
Right to Internet access.
Communication--Network analysis.
Information technology--Mathematical models.
Electronic data processing--Distributed processing--Mathematical models.
Internet--Mathematical models.
Computer networks--Mathematical models.
Wireless communication systems--Mathematical models.
Online social networks--Mathematical models.
Computer engineering--Textbooks.
Illustrative Content
LCC: TK5105.5 .C48226 2012 (Source: dlc)
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Lccn: 2012288329
Table Of Contents
What makes CDMA work for my smartphone?
How does Google sell ad space
How does Google rank webpages?
How does Netflix recommend movies
When can I trust an average rating on Amazon?
Why does Wikipedia even work?
How do I viralize a YouTube video and tip a Groupon deal?
How do I influence people on Facebook and Twitter?
Can I really reach anyone in six steps?
Does the internet have an achilles' heel?
Why do AT&T and Verizon Wireless charge me $10 a GB?
How can I pay less for each GB?
How does traffic get through the internet?
Why doesn't the Internet collapse under congestion?
How can Skype and BitTorrent be free?
What's inside the cloud of iCloud?
IPTV and Netflix : how can the internet support video?
Why is WiFi faster at home than at a hotspot?
Why am I getting only a few % of the advertised 4G speed?
Is it fair that my neighbor's iPad downloads faster?
Authorized Access Point
Chiang, Mung. Networked life