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Lecture 1: Course Introduction CSE 123: Computer Networks Stefan Savage
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CSE 123 – Lecture 1: Course Introduction 2 Overview for today Class overview Administrativa (who, what, where) Expected outcomes Structure of the course Policies and procedures A brief overview of Computer Networking High-level concepts An end-to-end example
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Course instructors Stefan Savage Web: http://www.cs.ucsd.edu/~savage E-mail: savage@cs.ucsd.edu Office hours: Tu 4-5pm (or by appt) CSE 3106 Alex Rasmussen –TA E-mail: arasmuss@cs.ucsd.edu Office hours: TBA Nima Nikzad –TA E-mail: nnikzad@cs.ucsd.edu Office hours: TBA CSE 120 – Lecture 1: Course Introduction 3
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About me CSE 120 – Lecture 1: Course Introduction 4 I work at the intersection of networking, operating systems and computer security Research Large-scale network measurement projects » Routing behavior, WiFi performance, measurement tools Large-scale Internet attacks (worms/virus, bots, spam) and e-crime economics Policy National Science Foundation (CISE) ISAT advisory group for DARPA Industry Asta Networks (defunct anti-DDoS company) Netsift (UCSD-originated net company) -> Cisco Lots of consulting
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Course info Discussion section: M 1-1:50 Center 109 There will be a discussion board (TBA) Course Web page http://www.cse.ucsd.edu/classes/fa11/cse123-a/ Textbook: Peterson and Davie, Computer Networks: A systems Approach , Morgan Kaufmann, 5th Edition, ISBN 978-0123850591 CSE 120 – Lecture 1: Course Introduction 5
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Alert! No discussion section this Monday Tuesdays class is cancelled We next meet on Thursday the 29th CSE 120 – Lecture 1: Course Introduction 6
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Expected Outcomes This course will teach you the fundamentals of computer networks: Layering, signaling, framing, MAC, switching, routing, naming, Internetworking, congestion control, router design, etc. I will not teach you much about signals and coding Take an EE course to learn about modulation, encoding, etc. on different hardware technologies Similarly, we will not cover Internet apps/services CSE124 covers application layer protocols, Web, etc. You can also pick up much of this on your own CSE 123 – Lecture 1: Course Introduction 7
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CSE120 I will approve enrollment for students who have not taken it, But, you will be solely responsible for concepts and experience from the class (e.g., concurrency) Programming experience We will be assigning programming projects in C/C++ This course will not teach you C. The TAs will help, but you need to learn it on your own if you don’t already know it. CSE 123
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