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EE 461 Intro. to Computer-Commn. Networks (Sp. 2016) Instructor: Sumit Roy 1 Course Outline Overview of Networks - OSI model, architecture and components, functions Applications Layer (http, smtp, ftp) Transport Layer (How to make the network invisible to applications) Network Layer (How to route data from source to destination) Medium Access Control SubLayer (How to share a channel between many users) Data Link Layer (How to send data from point-to-point) Text J. Kurose and K. Ross , “Computer Networks - A Top-Down Approach Featuring the Internet,” 6 th Ed., Addison Wesley, 2011. Other References A. Tannenbaum & D. Wetherall, “Computer Networks”, 5th ed. Prentice Hall, 2011. Prerequisites : CSE 143; Math/Stat 390/391 or IND E 315 or equivalent for basic probability. Instructor Off. Hrs: TuTh 1-2 pm. or by appointment TA : Noshad Bagha ([email protected]) TA Office Hours: Fri. 1:30-2:30 pm, M406 Lab Sessions: M 3:30-4:20, Wed 1:30-2:20 EEB 031 Assessment : The overall grade will be based on: (i) 6 Homework assignments [20%], (ii) Mid-term
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