identify and analyse, synthesise and present scientific papers within the area
describe, reason about, and suggest solution designs for typical computer communications problems
use modelling, simulation and measurement methods to analyse computer communication
formulate and give constructive feedback on the work of others
The course contains of a theoretical, a practical part and an in-depth part.
Theoretical part of the course centres mainly around wire-bound communication and covers the main part of the Internet protocol suit and methods for analysis of computer communication. Topics might change slightly from one year to another to meet the ongoing trends within the area. The following topics are, however, always included; protocol design, network programming, mathematical modelling, network simulation, measurement methods and future architectures.
Other topics might include, but is not limited to delay-tolerant networks, anonymity in the Internet, quality of Service, Internet of Things, software defined networking, cloud services and social networks. Much of this is covered in the in-depth part.
Practical part consists of labs covering network programming as well as simulation or modelling of computer networks.
Lectures, seminars,hand-in assignments and group work.
Exam, active participation at seminars (5 credits); oral and written reporting of lab assignments (1.5 credits); oral and written presentation, constructive feedback on the work of others.
The course can not be part of graduation together with Wireless communication and networked embedded systems (1DT077)
week 20, 2014
Kurose, James F.;
Ross, Keith W.
Computer networking : a top-down approach
6. ed., International ed.: