- TTH 10:05 - 11:20 AM (D243 LSRC)
- Teaching Assistant
- TA: Badrish Chandramouli
- Office Hours
- chase: After class, Monday 2:00-3:00 PM, and/or afternoons
- badrish: Tuesday 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM, Wednesday 11:30 AM -
12:30 PM, or by appointment
is May 3 at 9AM in the usual location. The exam is open book,
open notes, open laptop: googling allowed, but no communication.
Please arrange with
me for project meetings, and complete all project-related work by midday
on May 5.
CPS 214 is an advanced course in networking, focusing on the Internet and
security and scaling issues for networked systems.
This semester is a multi-tracked offering intended to serve
graduate students and advanced undergraduates. We use the
Kurose and Ross textbook, which takes a "top-down" approach focusing on how network software
serves the needs of networked systems, rather than the classical "layer
cake" approach that builds up successive
layers of software function and abstraction on
networking hardware. We combine the textbook material with a study
of current research topics, current and future issues in Internet architecture,
and advanced networked systems and testbeds.