This is a first-year graduate class in computer networking. The goalis to provide a deeper understanding of network architectures andprotocols from the medium-access control (MAC) layer up, following theTCP/IP architecture. The course is based on classic and recentresearch papers on the topics covered. A very important component ofthe class is to apply the material learned in the lectures through projects.
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Xiaofan Jiang et. al "", ACM SenSys 2009
Lars Schor, Philipp Sommer, Roger Wattenhofer, "", ACM BuildSys 2009
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Paper on localization under review in IEEE WoWMoM 2013 conference
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S. Sadeghi et. al "", Smart Grids (ICSG), 2012
Sangjin Han et. al "", ACM SIGCOMM 2010
Wewill read and discuss research papers on various aspects of computernetworking: Internet design principles, congestion/flow control, networktopology, network security, Web, wireless, online socialnetworks, data centers and cloud computing, and software-defined networking.