Prerequisites: Knowledge of probability at the level of IEOR E3658 is required. Prior exposure to computer network protocols at the level of CSEE 4119 is recommended.

Description: The course provides an analytical approach to the design of (data) communication networks. Necessary tools are discussed for performance analysis and design of network protocols and algorithms. The analysis is supported by practical engineering applications in layered Internet protocols in Data link layer, Network layer, and Transport layer. The necessary analytical background is provided during the class by review of relevant aspects of stochastic processes, control, and optimization.

Textbook: The course is primarily based on the lecture notes provided during the class. Most of the topics are selected from the following textbooks:

Communication Networks: An Optimization, Control and Stochastic Networks Perspective by R. Srikant and Lei Ying, Cambridge University Press, 2014.

Data Networks by Dimitri Bertsekas and Robert G. Gallager, Prentice Hall; 2nd edition, 1992. Available freely online at here!

Communication Network Analysis by Bruce Hajek, Available freely online at here!

FAQ: What is the difference between ELEN E6761 vs CSEE 4119?:If you are looking for an introductory course to learn how the Internet works, then CSEE 4119 is a better choice for you. If ''you have passed a networking course before and are looking for a more advanced course'' OR ''are interested in mathematical modeling and algorithm design'' then this course is the right choice.

Days and Times:Tuesday, Thursday, 10:10 am-11:25 amLocation:Mudd 1024Instructor: Javad GhaderiOffice Hours:Mondays 4-5pm, or by appointment, CEPSR 718.TA:Prerequisites:Knowledge of probability at the level of IEOR E3658 is required. Prior exposure to computer network protocols at the level of CSEE 4119 is recommended.Description: The course provides an analytical approach to the design of (data) communication networks. Necessary tools are discussed for performance analysis and design of network protocols and algorithms. The analysis is supported by practical engineering applications in layered Internet protocols in Data link layer, Network layer, and Transport layer. The necessary analytical background is provided during the class by review of relevant aspects of stochastic processes, control, and optimization.Textbook:The course is primarily based on the lecture notes provided during the class. Most of the topics are selected from the following textbooks:Communication Networks: An Optimization, Control and Stochastic Networks Perspectiveby R. Srikant and Lei Ying, Cambridge University Press, 2014.Data Networksby Dimitri Bertsekas and Robert G. Gallager, Prentice Hall; 2nd edition, 1992. Available freely online at here!Communication Network Analysisby Bruce Hajek, Available freely online at here!FAQ: What is the difference between ELEN E6761 vs CSEE 4119?:If you are looking for an introductory course to learn how the Internet works, then CSEE 4119 is a better choice for you. If ''you have passed a networking course before and are looking for a more advanced course'' OR ''are interested in mathematical modeling and algorithm design'' then this course is the right choice.Grades:Homework: 20%, Midterm: 35% (November 2, 2017), Final: 45% (December 21 , 2017, 9:00am-12:00, Mudd 1024).Syllabus:Announcements: