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Tuesday, March 10, 2015

Computer Science Graphics Programs on OSI Transmission Mode

The research in computer science are going on, many giving quite impressive results. In past we have seen how dramatically internet evolve with a mere military program to now a Pandora box of information, knowledge, entertainment, news etc. There are many networking protocol working to make internet available to all. OSI Model (Open Systems Interconnection Model) is one of important protocol which characterizes and standardizes the internal functionality of communication systems connected via some network(like internet). Today we are going to talk about Computer Science Graphics Programs on OSI Transmission Mode. The computer graphics programs using OpenGL let us understand graphically how different Transmission mode works in OSI Model.


  1. This computer science program is written in C/C++ using the OpenGL graphics API.
  2. The program is execute in MS Visual Studio. You can also run this on your Linux or Mac as well but little modification or none.
  3. Program Shows OSI Transmission modes - Simplex, Half duplex, Full duplex between two Computers. This is done via computer graphics and animation of packet data between the computer through the network.
  4. The whole computer science program divided into two part - Front page and the Mode of Transmission. The Front page show information while other page will show the animation or demo of OSI Transmission modes.

Execute the program and first you will see the front page with details like college name, topic name, name of presenter and guides. Press enter and it will take you to next page and show all the 3 mode of transmission with little description about them. 

Do you think the research in computer science will generate more important things in our life as we see Android gone wild. What next research you want to get into practicality? Tell us in the comment. Also let us know if you such project idea, so we code computer graphics programs for you.

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