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Networks are used to transport data from one computer to another, either within an organization or between them. Network infrastructure is the collection of devices and cabling that facilitates network communications among an organization s systems, as well as between the organization s systems and those belonging to other organizations. This section describes network infrastructure in 10 sections: Network architecture Network-based services Network models Network technologies Local area networks Wide area networks The TCP/IP suite of protocols The global Internet Network management Networked applications
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As discussed previously the ability to ensure that light flows or propa, gates the length of an optical fiber is based on ensuring that the ray is totally refracted whenever it reaches the core-cladding boundary. This is indicated by the numeral 1 in Figure 3.6. To accomplish this, light rays must be injected into the fiber at an angle less than the critical angle, resulting in total internal reflection (TIR). Figure 3.6 illustrates the potential flow of a light ray within an optical fiber. As noted by the numerals 1, 2, and 3, three potential scenarios can govern a light ray s flow. First, the ray can be injected and focused directly into the core. This requires the use of a laser as the light source and a special type of optical cable referred to as a single-mode cable. The term single mode reflects the fact that there is no refraction and the pulses that are injected into the fiber travel in one mode. As we will note later in this chapter the ability to accomplish single-mode light propagation requires , the use of a relatively small core, which makes the fiber more expensive to manufacture. A second method of light flow results in the reflection of light at the core-cladding boundary. As indicated by the numeral 2 in Figure 3.6, the rays are reflected when the angle that the ray forms with the boundary is less than the critical angle. This results in total internal reflection. Because the use of light-emitting diodes (LEDs) results in a spread of rays entering an optical fiber the result is a series of reflected rays that , are received at the opposite end of the fiber that spreads the original injected light pulse. This situation, referred to as modal dispersion, requires the transmitter to slow its light pulse rate to a pace slower than that of the dispersion at the receiver to allow pulses to be recognized. Thus, the bouncing effect also affects the data transfer rate. As we will discuss later in this chapter, two types of optical fiber allow multiple modes to flow: step-index and graded-index multimode optical fiber. Returning to Figure 3.6, in a third light flow scenario, the angle of the light ray is greater than the critical angle. This is shown by the numeral 3 in Figure 3.6. When this situation occurs, a portion of the ray will be par-
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A virtual method is a method that is declared as virtual in a base class. The defining characteristic of a virtual method is that it can be redefined in one or more derived classes. Thus, each derived class can have its own version of a virtual method. Virtual methods are interesting because of what happens when one is called through a base class reference. In this situation, C# determines which version of the method to call based upon the type of the object referred to by the reference and this determination is made at runtime. Thus, when different objects are referred to, different versions of the virtual method are executed. In other words, it is the type of the object being referred to (not the type of the reference) that determines which version of the virtual method will be executed. Therefore, if a base class contains a virtual method and classes are derived from that base class, then when different types of objects are referred to through a base class reference, different versions of the virtual method can be executed. You declare a method as virtual inside a base class by preceding its declaration with the keyword virtual. When a virtual method is redefined by a derived class, the override modifier is used. Thus, the process of redefining a virtual method inside a derived class is called method overriding. When overriding a method, the name, return type, and signature of the overriding method must be the same as the virtual method that is being overridden. Also, a virtual method cannot be specified as static or abstract (discussed later in this chapter). Method overriding forms the basis for one of C# s most powerful concepts: dynamic method dispatch. Dynamic method dispatch is the mechanism by which a call to an overridden method is resolved at runtime, rather than compile time. Dynamic method dispatch is important because this is how C# implements runtime polymorphism. Here is an example that illustrates virtual methods and overriding:
VDC is a term coined at Stanford University s CIFE (Center for Integrated Facilities Engineering) that means virtual design and construction. Since the term BIM has been coined, its use and definition seem to be evolving. VDC is an attempt to introduce a name that is more descriptive of the actual process in its entirety, because the name includes the planning and design phase of a project as well as its construction phase more explicitly.
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