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EEL 6785: Computer Network Design
Assignment 1
Due: Tue, Feb 3, 4:30 PM
Points: 12% of semester grade
1. [18 points] On 15th January, we discussed circuit/packet switching using an example where a link of
capacity 1 Mbps was shared by multiple users. Each
Computer Network Design (EEL 6785)
Assignment No. 2
8% of Semester Grade
Due: Thu, Feb 19, 4:30 PM
(Important: Use the space provided below each question for the answers)
1. [4] Consider sending a large file of F bits from host A to B. There are four link
Computer Network Design (EEL 6785)
Assignment No. 3; 10% of Semester Grade
Due: Thu, April 9, 4:30 PM
1. Lets continue with the problem that we solved in class on Tue March 31 where a link of 50
Kbps was used to accommodate 10 sessions each generating Poi
Computer Network Design (EEL 6785)
Assignment No. 4; 10% of Semester Grade
Due: Tue, 21 April, 4:30 PM
1. We analyzed the throughput of Pure Aloha using Binomial distribution in the class.
Now, assuming Poisson arrivals, derive the maximum throughput that
Computer Network Design (EEL 6785)
Assignment No. 2
8% of Semester Grade
Due: Thu, Feb 19, 4:30 PM
(Important: Use the space provided below each question for the answers)
MC.
1. [4] Consider sending a large le of F bits from host A to B. There are four li
Chapter 1
Introduction
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