This course focuses on the communications protocols used in computer networks: their functionality, specification, verification, implementation, and performance. The course also considers the use of network architectures and protocol hierarchies to provide more complex services. Existing protocols and architectures will be used as the basis of discussion and study. Includes formal laboratory work.
Prerequisites: Computer Science 211, Computer Science 213, or permission of instructor. This semester, we've waived the prerequisites and are allowing CSC152 as a prerequisite. However, I won't go over things from the prerequisite courses.
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