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Course Overview Spring 2016 EECS148/CompSci132: Intro to Computer Networks
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People v Instructor: Athina Markopoulou , EECS § v TAs: Fred, Kasra, Sushruth v Readers: TBD v Students: EECS and CS § 2011-: 35-40, 2012: 96, 2013: 150, 2015: 235 , 2016: 300
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What is this class about? v Computer Networks at the introductory level v Chapter 1 gives an overview of the materials What do the following terms mean: “network architecture”? “network protocol”? ”layering”? What happens when I type a URL on my browser? How do I write a distributed (client-server or p2p) application? How does a packet get through the Internet? Why is WiFi faster at home than at starbucks? Why doesn’t the Internet collapse under congestion? Is it fair that my neighbor’s iPhone downloads faster? Why am I only getting a few % of advertised 3/4G speed?
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Resource 1: Course Website v public:teaching-eecs148-s16 v Access to slides and homeworks on EEE: § Username= compnets , passwd=
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