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Peer-to-Peer Protocols and Local Area Networks

By University of Colorado System via Coursera

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    COURSE DESCRIPTION
    In this course, we discuss peer-to-peer protocols and local area networks. Part one in this course is to answer the question of how does a peer-to-peer protocol deliver reliable data transfer service across unreliable transmission lines or networks. We focus on several medium access control protocols and their performance analysis. In the second part, we discuss how medium access control protocols coordinate the access to the communication channel so that information gets through from a source to a destination in the same broadcast local area network. We further discuss local area network and wireless LAN.

    Length: 5 Weeks
    Effort: 2-5 hours per week
    Price: FREE (Add a verified certificate for £28/month)
    Provider: University of Colorado System via Coursera
    Subject: Computer Science
    Level: Intermediate
    Languages: English
    Instructors: Xiaobo Zhou

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