103年第2學期-5697 高等電腦網路 課程資訊
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As a result of this course, students will:
(1) Have a deeper insight into relevant issues on wireless networks, including Cloud Computing (CC), WSN (wireless sensor network), Internet of Thing (IOT) and so on. Their relevant essential operational principles/theories would be further addressed as well.
(2) Establish the capability of reading technical documentations and materials or other relevant specifications on the state-of-the-art technology on network applications.
(3) Every student would be assigned an EI-indexed/SCI-indexed technical paper of which each one must study the paper thoroughly and in great details. Moreover, each one must present his/her study openly in the class, where other students would question the presentation on site to strengthen their presentation skill.
This course will first introduce the overview of computer network concepts, including OSI layers, main-stream network protocols, and network simulation environments. Students will be asked to practices network topology and simulations using NS2 simulator. In the 2nd half of this course, it will focus on the design and implementation of innovative network applications related to social networks, cloud computing, and so on. Term project discussion and implementation will help students to have the experiences and capability of building a large scale internet application.
Office HourOffice Hours 星期二10:00~12:00; 地點:ST328 Office Hours 星期四10:00~12:00; 地點:ST328
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