Mid-Term Exam for Computer Networks
Fall 2010
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Welcome to the Mid-Term Exam for Computer Networks. Read each problem carefully. There are eight required problems (each worth 12 points you get 4 points for correctly following these instruction
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Prof. J.-P. Hubaux and Dr. M. H. Manshaei December 21, 2010 Duration: 3:00 hours, closed book.
Please write your answers on these sheets in a readable way. Poorly written answers will not be corrected. Use extra sheets if ne
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Midterm - Computer Networks
Prof. J.-P. Hubaux and Dr. M. H. Manshaei November 3, 2009 Duration: 1:45 hours, closed book.
Please write your answers on these sheets, at the end of each question; use extra sheets if necessary (put your name on the
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Midterm - Computer Networks
Prof. J.-P. Hubaux and Dr. M. H. Manshaei November 4, 2008 Duration: 2 hours, closed book.
Please write your answers on these sheets, at the end of each question; use extra sheets if necessary (put your name on them).
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Computer Networks - Final Exam
Prof. J.-P. Hubaux and Dr. M. H. Manshaei January 27, 2009 Duration: 3:15 hours, closed book.
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