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cs341 introduction to computer networks spring 2010 http an kaist ac kr courses 2011 cs341

CS341Introduction to Computer NetworksSpring 2010http://an.kaist.ac.kr/courses/2011/cs341

Tu/Th9am-10:15am

Sue Moon and Junehwa Song

goals of this course
Goals of This Course

The goal of this course is to provide students with sound understanding of fundamental concepts and problems in networking and to train then in network programming.

changes in 2011
Changes in 2011

Course renumbered: CS441 (S) → CS341 (F)

Course credit increased: 3 → 3+1

prerequisites
Prerequisites
  • Basic programming skills in C/C++
  • CS230 System Programming

socket programming

other related courses
Other Related Courses

CS340 Network of Things (F)

CS442 Mobile Computing and Applications (S)

CS443 / CS542 Distributed Algorithms and Systems / Internet Systems (S)

CS540 Network Architecture

CS546 Wireless and Mobile Network

for junior senior students
For Junior/Senior Students
  • Department Colloquium

http://uilab.kaist.ac.kr/colloquium/

grading policy
Grading Policy

Lab: 35%

Quizzes (+ Attendance): 20%

Homework: 10%

Mid-term: 15%

Final: 20%

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TAs
  • Lab

Changki Hong (Head)

ckhong@kaist.ac.kr

Hosung Park

hosung@an.kaist.ac.kr

Sunjun Kim

inornate@kaist.ac.kr

Sundong Huh

hsd99@kaist.ac.kr

  • Lectures

Yohan Yoon

straight12@kaist.ac.kr

Seungjoo An

sj.an@kaist.ac.kr

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Lab
  • When?
    • 7pm on Tue; 1st meeting on Tue, 9/6
  • Where?
    • Same as lectures (Classroom #3)
  • Lab grading
    • 1 team = 2 students
    • Policy on late turn-ins:
      • 7 tokens; 1 token for 1-day delay
      • After 7 tokens, 1-day delay = 10% downgrade of the project
    • Copy policy: 0 for the project
textbooks
Textbooks
  • Computer Networking: a Top-Down Approach, 5thEdition (Jim Kurose, Keith Ross)
  • KENS 실습을 통한 TCP/IP의 이해 (조성재, 송준화)
  • Supplementary
    • Computer Networks: a Systems Approach, 5th Edition, Larry Peterson and Bruce S. Davie
    • TCP/IP Illustrated, Vol 1, Stevens
    • TCP/IP Illustrated, Vol 2, Wright & Stevens
online resources
Online resources

http://wps.aw.com/aw_kurose_network_5/

questions
Questions

TCP/IP not designed for security. Are they vulnerable? How? Can we fix it?

I heard about IP addresses and routers, but don’t know how they work.

Where does error checking take place? Motivated by failed downloads.

How are IP addresses allocated? Reliability at the bit transmission level?