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The presence of these units and status messages Figure 6. The block diagram of a node 27 Protocol Operation depend on the characteristics of the communication, which will be discussed later. The encoder encodes the messages, which are sent to the medium, while the decoder decodes the messages, which are received from the medium. The Purpose of Flow Control Receiving a message often requires more time than sending a message. This is because the receiver participant has to interpret the given message and make a memory allocation for it (Holzman, 1991).

The characteristics of these dialogues are also introduced and discussed. INTRODUCTION In the first chapter of the book, we have seen what the purpose of protocols is. A historical overview of the evolution, classification of protocols and the basics of models and formal methods were introduced. In this chapter, we will go further to get to know how these protocols work. An important aspect is to describe the environment where the communication protocols operate. ch002 munication takes place in a distributed environment.

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