Lectures on Internet Engineering (4007)


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  • Prof. Youki Kadobayashi
  • Assoc. Prof. Yuzo Taenaka
  • Asst. Prof. Doudou Fall

Learning Objectives

In this lecture, our goal is to understand how computer networks and the Internet work. Throughout, we will study in detail the architecture, protocols, and the various technical components that make up the entire network system. A solid understanding of this lecture will definitely help with research activities that make use of computer networks.

Instructional Activities

In order to make effective use of the Internet, knowledge of its internal structures and principles are essential. We introduce them by reviewing history of innovation. We also learn through lectures and assignments that the internal structures and working principles are composed by international engineering and standardization efforts on algorithms, protocols, software and hardware.

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