ASN.1, Abstract Syntax Notation Version 1, is a notation that is used in describing messages to be exchanged between communicating application programs. This book is a pure programming tutorial on the fundamentals and features of ASN.1. The purpose of this book is to explain ASN.1 and its encoding rules in easy-to-understand terms. It addresses the subject at both an introductory level that is suitable for beginners, and at a more detailed level that is meant for those who seek a deeper understanding of ASN.1 and the encoding rules.
Follow-up to last years, ASN.1 Complete by John Larmouth. While Larmouth's book is a comprehensive language reference, this book is a practical programming tutorial.
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ASN.1 Communication Between Heterogeneous Systems is a book written for novices and experienced ASN.1 users alike. Inside, you'll find all the introduction you need to begin mastering ASN.1, followed by a detailed User's Guide and Reference Manual. Organized in order of increasing difficulty, this section teaches you ASN.1 syntax and semantics and the techniques you need to know to use the notation-whether to specify a new protocol or to apply an existing ASN.1 protocol in a new application.
More experienced users can move directly to complete coverage of ASN.1 encoding rules and transfer syntaxes. Additional advanced material focuses on questions/issues that commonly arise when implementing ASN.1 applications, ranging from automatic treatments of specifications to editing tools.
Olivier Dubuisson is a research engineer at France Télécom R&D, where he is in charge of ASN.1 expertise and language evolution within the ISO and ITU-T workgroups. He has developed various editing and analysis tools for ASN.1 specifications and assists ASN.1 users at France Télécom in numerous application domains.
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Descrizione libro Morgan Kaufmann, 2000. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0126333610