Computer Network Time Synchronization

The Network Time Protocol on Earth and in Space

Ranked #71 in Computer Networks

Carefully coordinated, reliable, and accurate time synchronization is vital to a wide spectrum of fields--from air and ground traffic control, to buying and selling goods and services, to TV network programming. Ill-gotten time could even lead to the unimaginable and cause DNS caches to expire, leaving the entire Internet to implode on the root servers.

Written by the original developer of the Network Time Protocol (NTP), Computer Network Time Synchronization: The Network Time Protocol on Earth and in Space, Second Edition addresses the technological infrastructure...

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