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EE450 Midterm II guidelines 1) Midterm II is scheduled for Tuesday, July 26 (8-9:55am) with a time limit of 115 minutes. The location is THH212. Check http://web-app.usc.edu/maps/#upc/ if you do not know the direction. 2) It is a closed book exam. 3) No Calculators are allowed. The problems will be designed such that calculating the final numerical value without a calculator is straightforward. Therefore by default you are supposed to calculate the final value. If the final numerical value is not desired in any problem, it will be explicitly mentioned. 4) You need to bring your student ID. 5) Midterm II covers units 9 to 11 (network layer, transport layer, and network security). Slides titled optional are not part of the exam. The maximum weight of the network security part is 5%. As mentioned in class TCP uses Selective-Repeat and Go-Back-N error and flow controls. and you should expect problems related to those.
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Unformatted text preview: 6) There may be some short answer (including some multiple choice, and true/false) questions that weigh a maximum of 20% of the total Midterm II weight. I look at the slides to design them. All the short answer questions have already been discussed during lectures. The remaining problems are similar to HW4 problems. The weight of those is at least 80%. 7) Midterm II will also include some lab and project questions (similarly to what you saw in the Quiz.) 8) Let me know if you have any questions or concerns ( [email protected] ) or call (626) 200-7893. Alternatively, use the discussion board and post your questions under the general forum. 9) I will provide you with binary to decimal conversion tables (similar to the ones on the next page) believing they will be helpful in calculating the addresses faster. Good Luck, Shahin...
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