Available from February 29, 2020

Course: CSE1405 Edition: 2019-2020

One can enroll until Sat, Aug 1, 2020 00:00:00
Course staff
  • Johan Pouwelse
  • Stefanie Roos
  • Otto Visser
  • Dan Andreescu
  • Yana Angelova
  • Teresa Blanco Abad
  • Kevin Chong
  • Alin Dondera
  • Alexandra Feldman
  • Ivaylo Georgiev
  • Sára Juhošová
  • Caspar Krijgsman
  • Mirco Kroon
  • Evaldas Latoškinas
  • Imko Marijnissen
  • Tim Numan
  • Anant Pingle
  • Dixit Sabharwal
  • Merel Steenbergen
  • Kevin Tjiam
  • Dragos Vecerdea
  • Yoshi van den Akker
  • Tim van der Horst
  • Sven van der Voort
About the Course

After this course the student is well-informed about the abstract principles of a layered network architecture.

The student can name the common principles and important mechanisms, services, and protocols from the used layers of an architecture model. Additionally the student can indicate or calculate the applicability, trustworthiness, and performance of these mechanisms, services, and protocols. The student understands how the Internet can function through the cooperation of different layers and networks. The student can explain the important safety-risks and the accompanying countermeasures, including different forms of cryptography. After taking the course, the student is able to identify the abstract principles and important mechanisms within the context of a commonly-used peer-to-peer system.