CPE 604 Analytical Methods for Networks

This course is an introduction on modern information networks with an emphasis on providing the student with the mathematical background and required analytical skills for performance analysis of information networks protocols. The material concentrates mostly on the bottom three layers of the protocol stack, focusing on delay and throughput analysis. Topics covered include an overview of the OSI layering model, data link layer issues, medium access control, queueing analysis, mathematical models for routing in broadcast and point-to-point networks, and flow and congestion control. Cross- listed with: NIS 604



Cross Listed Courses

NIS 604


Computer Engineering Program Information and Data Engineering Program

Typically Offered Periods

Fall Semester Spring Semester Summer Session 1