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Tuesday, Thursday, 1:00pm-2:15pm, 121 Psychology Building
The schedule of lectures, quizzes, projects and exams can be found here.
Office Hrs: Tuesday and Thursday 11:00am - 12:00pm and by appointment.
Office: 7393 Comp. Sci and Stat. Bldg.
Tel: (608) 262-6609
E-mail: pb [at] cs.wisc.edu
Office Hrs: By Appointment
Office: 1306 Comp. Sci and Stat. Bldg.
Tel: (608) 886-8465
E-mail: keqhe [at] cs.wisc.edu
W. Richard Stevens UNIX Network Programming, Volume 1: The Sockets
Networking API, Third Edition, Addison-Wesley, 2003, ISBN: 0131411551
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Quizzes (3) 25%
Programming Projects (3) 25%
Mid-term exam 25% (Thursday 10/25, 7:35pm, location: TBD)
Final exam 25% (Saturday 12/22, 10:05am - 12:05pm, location: TBD)
This course is an introduction to computer networks and is suitable for undergraduates and beginning graduate students. The course will investigate computer networks and network protocols from both a conceptual and a design standpoint. The primary focus of the course will be on the architecture, protocols and software used in networks that comprise the Internet. Expect us to cover the majority of the topics in the Peterson and Davie text. Major topics of this course will include:
Prerequisites: CS 537 or consent of instructor.
Collaboration: I encourage discussions with others to clarify questions about homework problems and programming assignment problem statements. However programming solutions must be your own! (programming projects will be done in two person teams). Programming projects will be demoed outside of class and source code will be submitted for review.
Exams and quizzes, of course, must be entirely your own work.
Homework: Homework assignments will be made to reinforce the materials covered in class. Homework assignments will not be graded! Solutions will be provided for all homework problems.
Incompletes: No Incompletes will be given