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CECS 572 A DVANCED C OMPUTER N ETWORKING INFORMATION FOR EXAM 1 Exam Date: Wednesday, March 9, 2011 The exam will be grouped into three sections: I. True/False and multiple choice (20 points); II. Short answer (60 points); and III. Calculations (20 points). In the short answer section, you will be given some choice of which questions from which you can choose. For example, you may be asked to answer three out of four (or four out of five) possible questions. Please be sure to follow the directions provided for each section of the exam. Questions will be based on: o The topics covered in class o Chapters 1–3 of Kurose & Ross’ Textbook o The course notes o Assignment 1 & 2 (Exercises from the Text) I try to ask questions that test concepts and your ability to apply those concepts. In general, you will not be asked to provide “picky details”. You are, however, responsible for any
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Unformatted text preview: mathematical analysis (e.g., propagation delay) or special techniques we covered in detail during class or on your assignments. • Note : You should understand the Java code used in the textbook at a conceptual level (i.e., as if it were pseudo code). I may ask a question that uses Java in its description, but I will not ask you to write a program on the exam. IMPORTANT FUTURE DATES Paper 2 (Technical): Wednesday, April 6, 2011 (via BeachBoard and a hardcopy at the beginning of lecture) Exam 2: Wednesday, April 27, 2011 CECS 572 Final – Paper 3 (Trends): Wednesday, May 18, 2011 by 4:00 pm (via BeachBoard and a hardcopy to the CECS Office) Dr. Tracy Bradley Maples (Spring 2011)...
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