Final-Exam-St-F2006

Final-Exam-St-F2006 - or method(s) that require short...

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The Structure of the Final Examination The final exam covers chapters: 4, 5, 6, and the last part of chapter 3 (after error detection) and homework assignments 3 and the review problems. It is closed book exam but you can have ONLY ONE 3 X 5 inch note card (both sides, hand written). You should be using the card to hold information, which you cannot memorize. Each exam problem is worth 5 or 10 points, with the overall exam points 110. Therefore, you must skip one of the 10 point questions OR two of the 5-point questions. The exam structure is given below: 1- Terminology: (about 15 points) Could be T/F, Match, Select, or Fill in the space Type of questions that covers all the material. It is worth l5 points. 2- Error Correction and Protocols Verification Techniques: (about 15 points) A- Short answer question (SAQ) could be Define, Compare, List, or explain technique(s)
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Unformatted text preview: or method(s) that require short answer. C- Numeric problem similar to the ones given in assignment #3. 3- Channel Allocation: (about 30 points) A - SAQ related to this chapter. B & C- Numeric problem(s) as the ones given in review problems. 4- Gateways and Bridges: (about 10 points) A- SAQ combined with numeric problem related to this part as the ones given in the review problems and discussed in class. 5- Congestion Control and Routing Techniques: (about 20 points) A- SAQ combined with numeric problem(s) related to this part as the ones given the review problems and discussed in class . 6- The Transport Layer: (about 20 points) A & B- SAQ(s) related to this part . If you have any questions or concerns about the exam, you can send me an email or call me tomorrow in the office after 12:00pm. Good Luck....
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