Networks and Distributed Computer Systems

Course Description

An introduction to principles, algorithms, protocols, and technology standards used in computer networks and distributed systems. Specific topics include resource management, naming and routing, and reliability.

Intended for 3rd- or 4th-year students with an interest in Computer Science. Not open to Computer Science students. Normally available Winter.

Networks and Distributed Computer Systems
Lecture 11


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