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Course Topic: In the course we will deal with advanced topics on networking, such as routing (static, dynamic and optimal), dimensioning, overload control, signaling and services. Main interest areas are in broadband networks and in particular in the internet, but we also deal with circuit switched networks and interoperability between networks. The detailed topic will be specified separately for each semester, see above.
Status of the course: Postgraduate course on Networking Technology can be included in post-graduate studies on Networking Technology (major or minor in S38). The credits can also be included in graduate studies on Networking Technology.
To whom: The course is primarily meant for post-graduate students of networking technology having a special intrest in understanding the performance analysis of routing, dimensioning, networking mechanisms, algorithms, signaling, service architectures and interoperability in telecommunications networks. Others having similar intrests are of course equally welcome.
Course completion: The course will be arranged as a seminar. For the detailed information concerning the requirements, see the course description of the respective semester given below.
Credits: This course will give you 5-15 ECTS credit points depending on the final scope of the course and a successful completion of the course requirements.
Previously, the course (and its predecessors) has covered for example the following topics:Spring 2007 topic was Anomaly Detection in the Internet.
This course replaces S-38.030 Postgraduate Course on
Networking laboratory is now part of Department of Communications and Networking. Content on this page may be obsolete.
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