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public:teaching-eecs148-f16-syllabus [2016/09/21 15:29]
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public:teaching-eecs148-f16-syllabus [2016/10/17 14:20]
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 | Midterm Exam      |  30%          | Tue Oct 25, in class | | Midterm Exam      |  30%          | Tue Oct 25, in class |
 | Final Exam        |  50%          | Tue, Dec 6, 4-6pm | | Final Exam        |  50%          | Tue, Dec 6, 4-6pm |
-|Class Participation| ​ +2%  |  |+
  
 The focus of the class is on understanding of the protocols. In addition to protocol description,​ we will sometimes describe simple models for performance analysis, and we will practice the concepts through Wireshark and programming assignments. Homeworks and exams will involve primarily questions about the protocols, some calculations and some programming (wireshark labs, socket programming). We assume that you are comfortable with basic probability and python, respectively. ​ The focus of the class is on understanding of the protocols. In addition to protocol description,​ we will sometimes describe simple models for performance analysis, and we will practice the concepts through Wireshark and programming assignments. Homeworks and exams will involve primarily questions about the protocols, some calculations and some programming (wireshark labs, socket programming). We assume that you are comfortable with basic probability and python, respectively. ​
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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. ​     * 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 encouraged to do your assignments in groups of two. You are allowed to discuss with other classmates or groups but you should eventually complete your homework on your own (one submission per group). However, if you work too closely with other classmates, please indicate their name on your homework. If we notice that two homeworks are essentially the same, all involved students will get 0 grade; they will also be subject to the rules of [[http://​honesty.uci.edu/​students.html|UCI Academic Honesty Policy]].     * Collaboration:​ you are encouraged to do your assignments in groups of two. You are allowed to discuss with other classmates or groups but you should eventually complete your homework on your own (one submission per group). However, if you work too closely with other classmates, please indicate their name on your homework. If we notice that two homeworks are essentially the same, all involved students will get 0 grade; they will also be subject to the rules of [[http://​honesty.uci.edu/​students.html|UCI Academic Honesty Policy]].
-    * Attendance is not mandatory. It is up to you to keep up with the materials. ​There will be //extra// points for class participation. ​+    * Attendance is not mandatory. It is up to you to keep up with the materials. ​ 
  
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