CMPSCI 653: Computer Networks

Also available to off-campus students via the Video Instructional Program and NTU

This course is web-enhanced courtesy of the MANIC project.

Course Description

Computer Networks is a graduate course that introduces fundamental concepts in the design and implementation of computer communication networks and their protocols. Topics include: layered network architectures, applications, transport, congestion, routing, data link protocols, local area networks, multimedia networking, network management, and network security. An emphasis will be placed on the protocols used in the Internet. Final grades will be determined by written homeworks, programming assignments and two exams. Prerequisites: A rudimentary understanding of computer architecture and operating systems, while not required, would be helpful.

Course Information

Instructor: Prashant Shenoy
Teaching Assstant: Xiao Xie
Class: MARC 110, TuTh 1:00-2:15
Schedule #: 518454
Credits: 3

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