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A network is defined as a system for connecting computers using a single transmission technology. The computers can communicate with each other in a network. They can send and receive data from each other when they are in a network. The Internet is defined as the set of networks connected by routers that are configured to pass traffic among any computers attached to any network in the set. By internet many computers which are at longer distances from each other can communicate with each other.
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The major use of networks is in business side. Networks are used for advertising, production, shipping, planning, billing and accounting purposes. In fact, now there is an entire industry that develops networking equipment. In addition to this network are being used in homes as well for example, to switch and control different devices from one place.
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Networks are very much useful at government level as federal government, local government and military organization use networks for communication purposes. In education we have online libraries which we can visit at our home PC. This is all just due to the networks.
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Resource sharing means to share the resources available among many users. In an office as it is very expensive to give a separate printer to each worker. So if the printer is shared among the workers then a single printer will be accessible to each worker. This leads to the motivation of resource sharing.
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The goal of resource sharing is to make all programs, equipment and date available to anyone in the network without regard to physical location of the resource and the user. For example: the sharing of a printer among the workers in an office and also the sharing of information is a goal of resource sharing.
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Network systems divide data in small blocks or junks called packets, which they send individually. Why we need packets rather than bits? The answer to this question is because a sender and receiver need to coordinate to detect transmission errors. Also the individual connection between each pair of computers is not possible.