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ECE544Lec1DR08 - ECE544: Communication Networks-II, Spring...

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ECE544: Communication Networks-II, Spring 2008 D. Raychaudhuri Lecture I Includes teaching materials from L. Peterson & L. Govidan
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Today’s Lecture Administrative matters Course Overview topics covered Introduction to networking
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Class Structure Friday 4:45-7:30pm Lecture format Slides, Board, … Interactive Two 80 min sessions with a 10 min break in between
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Contact Information Instructor: Prof. D. Raychaudhuri Email: ray@winlab.rutgers.edu Office Hours: by appt, WINLAB Tech Center or Core 501 TA (for project) :   KC Huang Email:therom@eden.rutgers.edu Office hours: tbd Class Resources Web page:  http://www.winlab.rutgers.edu/comnet2  (~1/30) Mailing list:  comnet2@winlab.rutgers.edu Sign up for mailing list at:    http://lists.winlab.rutgers.edu/listinfo/comnet2
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Course Readings Textbook (required, to be used for  ~60% material) Systems Approach”, Morgan Kaufman, 3 rd  ed Research papers in networking to be distributed either online or in class collection of classical and topical research ~10 papers and standards documents required reading to supplement text book  overview
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Course Grading Brief in-class presentations Assigned homework from textbook Midterm (25%) and Final (40%) Open book, 1 page of notes permitted; includes  both descriptive and numerical problems network architecture paper 10% No makeup exams, no extra credit work
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Student Commitments Keep up with your reading read applicable text book chapter and distributed  papers/RFC’s before and after each class Sharpen your programming skills work on simple programming exercises early in  the semester Work independently no “collaboration” of any sort Turn in assignments on time Make sure assignments are gradable follow project and program submission rules
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Prerequisites Curricular prerequisites Computer Networks I or equivalent General communications and computer  architecture/OS background Skills C/C++ programming  significant programming project use of design and analysis tools
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Course Topics Introduction Network Principles Shared Media/MAC Pkt switching (ATM) IP Basics IP Advanced Mobility Protocols -- mid-term Network security Transport layer Higher-layer  protocols Hardware issues Case studies and  research topics optical IP network ad-hoc mobile net future Internet
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