CPSC – Computer Communications Networks & Distributed Processing

Study of networks of interacting computers. The problems, rationale, and possible solution for both distributed processing and distributed databases will be examined.

  1. Delay, loss and throughput
  2. Layered architectures
  3. Network applications
  4. HTTP, FTP and email
  5. DNS and P2P
  6. Transport layer services; multiplexing/demultiplexing
  7. TCP and UDP
  8. Reliable data transfer
  9. Congestion control
  10. Network layer, virtual circuits and datagram networks
  11. Principles of routing and switching
  12. IP
  13. Routing algorithms
  14. Broadcast and multicast routing
  15. Link layer services; error correction and detection
  16. Multiple access protocols; link layer addressing
  17. Ethernet; hubs and switches

Price: $140

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