CS 740: Advanced Computer Networks
course will provide a broad overview of Computer Networking research. In
general, we will look at three aspects of the research in various networking
The goal of this course is not only to keep students abreast with current networking research, but also to encourage them to think "clean-slate": Given the benefit of hind-sight, if we were to redesign the Internet from scratch, how would we do it? The course syllabus can be found here.Other Course Details
Course prerequisites: The pre-requisite for this course is CS 640, the undergraduate-level course in Computer Networks, or an equivalent under-graduate course. Students who do not meet these pre-requisites must obtain special permission from the instructor.
Text books and Readings: There is no required text for this course. The entire paper reading list is available here.
Grading: The course project carries 45% of the grade. The paper summaries are worth 10%. The course will have two in-class exams, carrying 40% of the grade. Class participation will count for 5%.General Information
Class Time: Monday, Wednesday, Friday 2.30-3.45pm
(However, we will meet no more than twice a week on average)
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