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CSE 123A: Computer Networks 2006 Summer Session I

Summary: CSE 123A: Computer Networks
2006 Summer Session I
Instructor: Jeannie Albrecht Teaching Assistant: Jose Garcia
Email: jalbrecht@cs.ucsd.edu Email: j2garcia@cs.ucsd.edu
Office Hours: TuTh 2pm-3pm or by appt Office Hours: TBA
Office: CSE 3140
Class Meeting: MTuWTh 11-12:20 CENTER 218
Discussion: TuWTh 12:30-1:50 CENTER 218
Website: http://strength.ucsd.edu/~albrecht/cse123a
Textbook: Computer Networks: A Systems Approach 3rd edition by Peterson and Davie
Prerequisites: CSE141, CSE120 (recommended)
To complete the projects in this course, you will need the ability to develop software programs using the
C/C++ language. If you have not used C/C++ recently, you may want to refresh your knowledge using one
of the many good books on the topic. In particular I recommend the classic, The C Programming Language,
by Kernighan and Ritchie, because it is short and simple.
Course Objective:
To understand how network-based communication takes place, including fundamental problems experi-
enced, established design principles, and standard protocols and implementations.
Course Description:
The focus of this course is the fundamental engineering, design, and architecture of data communication


Source: Albrecht, Jeannie - Computer Science Department, Williams College


Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences