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EECS 228a- COMMUNICATION NETWORKS - Fall 2002

      

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Syllabus

The syllabus page describes the topic of each lecture and has links to the lecture slides as well as to printable versions of these slides (6 per page). 

 

Lectures:

 MW 2:00pm-3:30pm  285 Cory

 

Instructors:

Prof. Jean Walrand (257M Cory Hall)
Office Hours: M-Tu 1:00 - 2:00 (257M Cory)

Dr. Abhay Parekh (former co-founder and CEO of FastForward Networks)
Office Hours - TBA

Announcements:

1.      Notes on Projects

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Course Description

This course is intended for graduate students interested in research on networking. We assume that the students have taken an introductory course on networks at the level of EECS122.  They should understand the basic protocols of Ethernet and Internet.  We will explore a few topics in depth:

*  Economics of networks

*  Routing

*  Congestion control

*  Network models

The course consists of tutorial lectures and discussions of key research papers.    

Grading

*  In-Class Presentations (65%)

*  Project (35%)   

 

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