PV177/SCstudio_modely V. Řehák
PV177/DataTransport E. Hladká, T. Rebok
Completed PB156, preferably also PA159
Course Enrollment Limitations
The course is also offered to the students of the fields other than those the course is directly associated with.
Fields of study the course is directly associated with
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Team project focused to master knowledge on principles of network and related technologies, methodology of research, students' research and presentation of research results.
Team project in one of the following three areas: networks, grids, and multimedia. Student can choose or are assigned an independent (but team based, i.e. an assignment for a group of student) project. Solving the project students will master the advanced understanding of a subject, acquire basic research methodology, will perform the research and will present achieved results. The work progress will be evaluated on regular weekly seminars, where students will receive the necessary feedback on their undertakings.
The last seminar will be devoted to the overall evaluation and students will receive credits.
KUROSE, James F. Computer networking :a top-down approach featuring the Internet. Boston: Addison-Wesley, 2003. xvii, 752. ISBN 0-321-17644-8. info
GOUDA, Mohamed G. Elements of network protocol design. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1998. xviii, 506. ISBN 0-471-19744-0. info
STEVENS, W. Richard, Bill FENNER and Andrew M. RUDOFF. UNIX network programming. 3rd ed. Boston, Mass.: Addison-Wesley, 2004. xxiii, 991. ISBN 0-13-141155-1. info
Subject is opened by opening lecture and closed by a block lecture done by a professional in the sector. Students prepare reports from technical reports and present them, students make practical homeworks, results are discussed by all the group and at the end technical report obtaining these results is prepared.
Students are evaluated according to their activity on weekly seminars, and the quality of achieved results and their presentations in front of their peers.