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Unformatted text preview: Within each layer, specific functions are defined, available alternatives are evaluated and examples of existing protocols are presented. Fall 2008 Schedule of Classes Week 1: Introduction, Chpt 1 1A and 1B Week 2: Application layer, Chpt 2 2A and 2B Week 3: Transport layer, Chpt 3 3A, 3B Week 4: Transport layer, Chpt 3 3C, 3D Week 5: Network layer, Chpt 4 4A Midterm (November 1 st , 1-3pm) Week 6: Network layer, Chpt 4 4B, 4C Week 7: Link and MAC layer, Chpt 5 5A, 5B Week 8: Wireless Nets, Chpt 6 6A, 6B Week 9: Multimedia Networking, Chpt 7 7A, 7B Week 10: Security, Chpt 8 8A, 8B Final exam: Dec 13, 1-4pm Grading: Homework 15% Midterm 35% Final 50% Total 100%...
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This note was uploaded on 03/29/2011 for the course EECS 100 taught by Professor Dun during the Spring '11 term at CSU Channel Islands.
- Spring '11