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-====== EECS148: Introduction to Computer Networks, Spring 2011 ====== 
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-<​html><​h1>​Syllabus</​h1></​html>​ 
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-<​html><​h4>​Logistics</​h4></​html>​ 
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-| style="​width:​100px"​ | **Instructor:​** || [[public:​markopoulou_home|Athina Markopoulou]] 
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-| **TA:** || [[http://​www.ics.uci.edu/​~anhml|Anh Le]] 
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-| **Lectures:​** || Tuesday and Thursday, 2:00 - 3:20pm, [[http://​www.classrooms.uci.edu/​GAC/​ET.html|ET 201]] 
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-| **Discussion:​** || Friday, 3:00 - 3:50pm, [[http://​www.classrooms.uci.edu/​GAC/​ICF.html|ICF 103]] 
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-| valign="​top"​ | **Office Hours:** 
-| • Instructor: Thursday 4-6pm, in EH 4207\\ • TA: Friday 2-3pm, in the Calit2 4400 lounge 
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-| **Mailing Lists:** || 18090-S11@classes.uci.edu and 18091-S11@classes.uci.edu 
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-| **Messageboard:​** || [[https://​eee.uci.edu/​toolbox/​messageboard/​m11084/​|on EEE]]: discussion of class materials of interest to the entire class. 
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-| valign="​top"​ | **Textbook:​** || Kurose and Ross, [[http://​www.aw-bc.com/​kurose_ross/​|"​Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach"​]],​ 5th edition, Addison-Wesley. (TK5105.875.I57 K88 available for 2 hours loan in the Science Library.) 
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-| **Prerequisites:​** || probability,​ java or c++, socket programming. 
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-In this course, we will learn about computer networks, in general, and the Internet in particular. ​ 
-We will present the architecture and design principles. Today'​s computer networks are organized in "​layers",​ each with well-defined functionality and interface with other layers. ​ We will discuss ​ protocols used at the application (Ch.2), transport (Ch.3), network (Ch.4), link and MAC (Ch.5) layers. In some cases, we will also describe simple models used to analyze the performance. Time permitting, we may also cover selected topics on multimedia networking, mobile networks and network security (Ch. 6-9). 
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-<​html><​h4>​Deliverables and Grading</​h4></​html>​ 
-^ What              ^ Grade %       ^ When                      ^ 
-| Homeworks (*)     ​| ​ 25%          | ~bi-weekly ​               | 
-| Midterm Exam      |  25%          | Thu, May 5, in class      | 
-| Final Exam        |  50%          | Thu, Jun 9, 1:​30-3:​30pm | 
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-(*) Homeworks involve calculations and programming (wireshark labs, socket programming). 
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-**Policies** 
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-    * Late policy: //no late homeworks// will be accepted. Solutions will be posted online shortly after the deadline. Homeworks not submitted by the deadline will get zero points. However, to accommodate for unforseen circumstances,​ your homework with the lowest grade (including 0 for a missing one) will be dropped. This means that //you can skip one homework// without asking permission. ​ 
-    * Collaboration:​ you are allowed to discuss with your classmates, but you are supposed to do your homework individually. If you work closely with somebody, please indicate their name on your homework. If we notice that two homeworks are identical, both students will get 0 grade; they will also be subject to the rules of UCI Academic Honesty Policy. 
-    * Attendance is not mandatory. It is up to you to keep up with the materials.  ​ 
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