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Compsci 268 - Computer Networks
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CS 268 Graduate Computer Networks Spring 2005 Overview Instructors Scott Shenker shenker cs berkeley edu 683 Soda Hall Ion Stoica istoica cs berkeley edu 645 Soda Hall Administrative trivia Overview and history of the Internet A Taxonomy of Communication Networks Lecture time MW 2 30 4 00 am Place 405 Soda Hall Office hour tba 1 2 Administrative Trivia s Goals of this Course Course Web page Understand http www cs berkeley edu istoica cs268 05 check it by tomorrow Check it periodically to get the latest information How does the Internet work What are the Internet s design principles Where is the Internet heading to Deadlines Get familiar with current Internet research efforts Understand solutions in context Unless otherwise specified it means 10 minutes before the lecture Special circumstances should be brought to our attention ahead of deadlines Goals Assumptions 3 4 Goals of this Course cont d What Do You Need To Do Appreciate what is good research A research oriented class project Two exams Paper reading One 20min paper presentation Problem selection Solution research methodology Presentation Apply what you learned in a class project 5 6 Page 1 Research Project Research Project Steps Investigate new ideas and solutions in a class research project We ll distribute a list of projects You can either choose one of these projects or come up with your own Define the problem Execute the research Work with your partner Write up and present your research Pick your project partner and submit a one page proposal describing The problem you are solving Your plan of attack with milestones and dates Any special resources you may need Ideally best projects will become conference papers e g SIGCOMM INFOCOM MOBICOM A midterm presentation of your progress five minutes Poster session Submit project papers 7 8 Paper Reviews Grading Goal synthesize main ideas and concepts in the papers Number around two papers per class Length no more than half page per paper Content Term project Main



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