COMPUTER NETWORKS I
Catalog Data: Computer Networking, 3 hours lecture.
TA: Sercan Demirci
Textbook : James F. Kurose and Keith W. Ross, Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach, 5th ed. Pearson, 2009
Goals: To introduce the computer network basics, application layer, transport layer, network layer and data link layer
with a focus on important
Internet applications, such as wireless and mobile networks, multimedia
networking and security.
Prerequisites: Basic Mathematics Skills
Note: Only a subset of homework problems may be graded for each assignment.
Class material slides
Assignment#1 (Due date: Oct 3rd, 2011)
1. Show that in a packet-switching network with 35 users where each user is active 10% of the time,
probability that more than 10 users are active simultaneously is less than 0.0004.
2. Problems P2, P5, P7, P24 of Chap 1 Here are the problems courtesy of Müge Sayit
Assignment#2 (Due date: Oct 10thth, 2011)
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