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Unformatted text preview: CS
536
Data
Communica0ons
 and
Computer
Networks
 CS 536 Computer Networks CS
536
Data
Communica0ons
 and
Computer
Networks
 Lecture
1:
Introduc0on
 8/28/2008
 CS 536 Computer Networks Administra0ve
details
 •  •  •  •  Instructor
:
Ramana
Kompella
 Class
0mings
:
TuTh
12:00pm‐1:15pm
 Venue:
Knoy

B027
 Office
:
LWSN
1203
 •  Teaching
assistants
 –  Zhen
Zhu
 –  Jeff
Siebert
 CS 536 Computer Networks Administra0ve
details
 •  Textbook:
Computer
Networking–
A
top
down
 approach
 –  By
Jim
Kurose
and
Keith
Ross
 •  Other
references
 –  Computer
Networks
–
A
systems
approach
 –  By
Peterson
and
Davie
 CS 536 Computer Networks Pre‐requisites
 •  Programming
experience
in
C
is
a
must.
 –  
If
you
do
not
know
programming
in
C,
please
do
not
 take
this
course.
 •  Undergraduate
Opera0ng
systems
or
a
course
in
 Computer
Networks
 –  Highly
mo0vated
individuals
may
be
exempt
(see
me
if
 you
are
in
doubt).
 •  Speaking
in
English
 –  Exams
and
other
homeworks
are
all
to
be
wriaen
in
 English.
 CS 536 Computer Networks PSOs
 •  Prac0cal
study
and
observa0on
 –  Venue:
Haas
257
 –  Tuesday
9:30
–
11:20am
 –  Friday
11:30
–
1:20am
 •  Session
details
 –  Intended
to
help
with
programming
assignments
 –  Are
op0onal
and
aaendance
is
not
compulsory
 –  Are
conducted
by
the
TAs,
not
the
instructor.
 CS 536 Computer Networks Schedule
of
the
course
 •  Introduc0on
(Chapter
1)
 –  Overview
and
theory
 •  Applica0on
layer
(Chapter
2)
 –  Web,
Email,
FTP,
DNS,
P2P
 •  Transport
layer
(Chapter
3)
 –  UDP,
TCP,
Conges0on
control
 •  Network
layer

(Chapter
4)
 –  Virtual
circuit
and
datagram
networks
 –  Rou0ng
algorithms
 •  Link
layer
and
LANs
(Chapter
5)
 –  CSMA,
Error
detec0on,
ARP,
PPP
 •  Wireless
networks
(Chapter
6)
 –  Briefly
 CS 536 Computer Networks Lectures
 •  Will
follow
the
textbook
closely
 –  Understand
material
in
class
(ask
ques0ons)
 –  Read
relevant
chapters
before
the
class
for
beaer
 understanding.
 •  Will
also
post
any
addi0onal
readings
for
 beaer
understanding
and
extra
concepts
 CS 536 Computer Networks Grading
[tenta0ve]
 •  Grading
criteria
(Tenta0ve)
 –  Programming
assignments
–
20%
 –  Wriaen
home
works
–
20%
 –  Midterm
–
20%
 –  Term
project
–
20%
 –  Final
Exam
–
20%
 •  Not
fixed
and
subject
to
change
 CS 536 Computer Networks About
project
  You
can
choose
your
own
project
or
from
a
list
I
 will
circulate
   Could
lead
to
publica0ons
   Do
not
circulate
outside
of
the
class
  Teams
of
2
or
3
students
   If
extremely
mo0vated,
I
will
allow
single
student
 projects
as
well.
  Can
we
double‐dip
?
   Yes,
so
long
as
you
are
doing
the
work
this
semester
 only!
 CS 536 Computer Networks Academic
Honesty
 •  Will
follow
from
Spaf’s
policy
web
page
 –  hap://spaf.cerias.purdue.edu/cpolicy.html
 •  Everyone
should
read
this
and
understand
this
 in
full
detail
 –  When
in
doubt
please
consult
me
or
the
TAs.
 CS 536 Computer Networks Overview
 •  Due
dates
 –  Wriaen
homeworks
due
at
beginning
of
the
class
 –  Late
submissions
are
subject
to
penalty
 –  Excep0ons
due
to
illness
and
other
unforseen
 situa0ons
will
be
considered
but
needs
proof
 •  Handwriaen
work
and
legibility
 –  Wriaen
homework
should
be
neat
and
legible
 –  Unclear
gibberish
will
not
get
you
any
points
 CS 536 Computer Networks Professional
Honesty
and
Integrity
 •  Severe
penalty
against
academic
dishonesty
 –  Fail
grades
in
the
assignment
up
to
 recommenda0on
for
dismissal
from
the
University
 –  In
group
projects,
clear
demarca0on
of
 responsibili0es
is
required.
 •  Students
are
responsible
to
ensure
proper
 security
of
their
homeworks
and
assignments
 •  Other
minor
things
on
the
web
page…
 CS 536 Computer Networks For
next
class
 •  Read
chapter
1…
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