Asynchronous learning links:
Case History: Search for Extraterrestrial Life. The Network Core. Network Access and Physical Media. ISPs and Internet Backbones. Delay and Loss in Packet-Switched Networks. Protocol Layers and Their Service Models.
Ns and Nam with Kurose and Ross
History of Computer Networking and the Internet. Principles of Application Layer Protocols. File Transfer: FTP. Electronic Mail in the Internet. Socket Programming with TCP. Socket Programming with UDP.
Building a Simple Web Server. Content Distribution.
spring [Suman's courses]
Introduction and Transport-Layer Services. Multiplexing and Demultiplexing. Connectionless Transport: UDP. Principles of Reliable Data Transfer. Principles of Congestion Control.
- CS268: Computer Networks Syllabus;
- Computer Networking_A Top Down Approach Featuring the Internet - James F. Kurose_Keith W. Ross.
- I Thee Wed (Vanza, Book 2).
- CSA: Introduction to Computer Communication Networks.
TCP Congestion Control. Introduction and Network Service Models.
Routing Principles. Hierarchical Routing. The Internet Protocol IP. Routing in the Internet. What's Inside a Router? Multicast Routing.
Mobility and the Network Layer. Data Link Layer: Introduction and Services. Error Detection and Correction Techniques. Multiple Access Protocols. Hubs, Bridges and Switches. Wireless Links. Frame Relay.
- The ACE Programmers Guide: Practical Design Patterns for Network and Systems Programming!
- Dogged Pursuit;
- Metaphysics within Physics!
- Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach.
- Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach Featuring the Internet / Edition 2?
Multimedia Networking Applications. Streaming Stored Audio and Video. Protocols for Real-Time Interactive Applications. Beyond Best-Effort. Scheduling and Policing Mechanisms.
CPSC 441: Computer Communications (Mahanti: L02, Winter 2006)
Integrated Services. Kurose and Keith W. Forouzan, McGraw-Hill. Learn the computer networking concepts, basic terminology, and applications. Understand the Internet architecture, components, services, and measures of performance. Understand the network-layer concepts and routing principles, algorithms, and protocols. Learn the main concepts of wireless and mobile networks. Learning Outcomes: Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to: Related Obj Reference s 1 Use the basic computer networking terminology to describe the different components, Ch 1 services, and applications provided of the Internet.
Ch 2 3 Write basic network applications using sockets. Ch 2, project 4 Describe the main principles of reliable data transfer, the algorithms used, and how the Ch 3, ass 3 TCP, for example, employs such principles to provide reliable data transfer service. Ch 6 Design a cost-effective network layout for an organization based on the organization Ch 1 — 5, ass 1 - 5 needs and the expected traffic behaviors.
Related Papers. Data communications and networking. By Patrick Umeji. By Bakhtiar Rahman. Kurose, Keith W.