ISE 316 Introduction to Networking

Spring, 2019
MoWe 2:30PM - 3:50PM

Instructor: Martin Radfar
Office hours: TUE 1pm-4pm, or by appointment. Office: NCS 131
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    Course Description

    Knowledge of the conceptual foundations of computer network and layered protocol architecture. Knowledge of different types of computer networks, such as WANs, LANs, wireless networks, and circuit-packet-switched networks, and between different paradigms of network applications (peer-to-peer/client-server). Understanding of the Internet architecture and the TCP/IP protocol suite, and details of representative protocols at the application, transport network and data link layers. Python network programming. Socket Programming.


    1. Computer networks and the Internet
    2. Application layer
    3. Transport Layer
    4. Network Layer
    5. Data link and physical layers
    6. Wireless netowrks
    7. Python Network Programming



  • Assignments are posted on Blackboard.
  • Assignments should be submitted electronically.
  • Late assignment policy: For each day late - 20% of the assignment's grade (to a minimum above 0%)
  • Textbook

    Main textbook:

  • Computer networking : a top-down approach / James F. Kurose, Keith W. Ross. 7th
  • Other recommended textbooks:


    Grading Policy

    Grading numerical to letter conversion

    93-100(A),90-92(A-),87-89(B+),83-86(B),80-82(B-),77-79(C+), 73-76(C),70-72(C-),67-69(D+),63-66(D),60-62(D-),0-59(F)


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    Class schedule and notes

  • The following schedule is tentative and subject to change. The homework assignments and slides are posted on Blackboard. The exact times for midterms and assignment due dates are posted on Blackboard announcements.
  • Course Schedule

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