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Univ. of Tehran Wireless Ad Hoc/Sensor Networks 1 Special Topics on on Wireless Ad-hoc Wireless Ad-hoc Networks Networks University of Tehran Dept. of EE and Computer Engineering By: Dr. Nasser Yazdani & Farshad Lahouti Lecture 1: Introduction Introduction
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Univ. of Tehr an Wireless Ad hoc/Sensor Networks 2 Objectives of course Learn challenges in wireless networking What forces us to reconsider many traditional designs? Understand state-of-the-art in wireless/ubiquitous systems Get a broad view of the ongoing research in the wireless domain. Have a good understanding of the capabilities and limitations of them Above all enjoy learning something new
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Univ. of Tehr an Wireless Ad hoc/Sensor Networks 3 Course Materials Course Web page http://ece.ut.ac.ir/classpages/F87/ECE637/ visit regularly Research papers Pdf/ps version of the papers on the Web page ~30 papers, Combination of classic and recent work. Some Optional reading! Recommended textbook “Ad Hoc Wireless Networks: Architectures and Protocols”, Ram Murthy & Manoj.
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Univ. of Tehr an Wireless Ad hoc/Sensor Networks 4 Grading Homework assignments, around %20 Paper review Problems and hands-on assignments Severe late penalties! Project, ~ %30 Exam(s) ~%50 No Presentation : Except for PhD students
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Univ. of Tehr an Wireless Ad hoc/Sensor Networks 5 How to survive the course How to survive the course Some Networking concepts are behavioral, then, do not expect everything is as exact as mathematics. Networking in general and wireless in particular is a complicated field even though it sounds easy and straightforward, Concentrates on concepts instead of a special technique or technology. The course is not a classic course like math 2, be prepared for a lot of ideas. Then, class participation is extremely important. Do not leave everything to the last minute.
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Univ. of Tehr an Wireless Ad hoc/Sensor Networks 6 General ideas General ideas We will try to understand the wireless networking as a whole. Believe or not Networking is fun and applicable in many places. You are supposed to be trained as researcher, then, Be open minded, nothing is final. Try to understand the history and idea. It is important to not repeat the same thing people have done previously Capture concepts, then, you can easily say what is possible or not possible. Will try to follow layering perspective . Different from the book
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Univ. of Tehr an Wireless Ad hoc/Sensor Networks 7 General ideas (2) General ideas (2) People from different background and different interests. Makes course customization difficult Try to give input Be patient! Wireless realm is very vast, from communication to computer.
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