|Text:||ACM Digital Library|
A study of computer networking theory and application. Prerequisites: CSc 5423 or 423.
Instruction in this course is primarily through class discussion, problem-solving, and library research. During this Summer session, discussion will be primarily via electronic means, rather than face-to-face. Students will be assigned to read specific classic and current papers, and to research topics in the library. Specific papers and topics will vary from semester to semester.
After completing this course with a passing grade, students will understand the history of the ideas behind computer networking, how they have developed, the alternative approaches used, and what changes are currently taking place. Students will be able to read and understand the current networking research literature.
Students will be graded using exams and quizzes, written research papers, and class discussion.
|Paper or Project||200|
There will also be several quizzes of short-answer questions which will be sent directly to the instructor.
The term project may be a library research paper, or present the results of the student's own work. The topic must be approved by the instructor. A research paper must be at least eight pages single-spaced, using reasonable fonts and margins. It must have at least 15 references. A programming project should be accompanied by a short paper (one page is usually sufficient) describing what it does and how to run it. A project which does not involve original programming, experimentation or measurement will not be awarded no more than 180 points.
The last day to drop this course is Friday, June 21, 2019.