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22950 Research Seminar: Algorithms for Communication Networks 1

Credits: 3 graduate credits in Computer Science

Prerequisites: At least 12 credits in graduate courses in Computer Science with an average of at least 85. Enrollment is subject to the written approval of the seminar coordinator and the faculty member responsible for seminars.

Required: Introduction to Computer Networks 2

This research seminar is targeted at students who are interested in algorithms for communication networks and who wish to deepen their knowledge in the field.

The seminar discusses algorithms in ad-hoc and other mobile networks, and the use of game theory tools for network analysis. The seminar topics will change from time to time, in accordance with the fields of interest of the tutor and the students registered.

Requirements include attendance at twice-monthly sessions, choosing a number of articles on which to focus, presenting them to the group for discussion, and writing a report on the topic discussed.

1This seminar fulfills the degree requirement for a seminar or workshop.

2or Computer Networks I (20398) or Computer Networks II (20550), which are no longer taught.