This is a seminar-style research-oriented course. The course will cover new advances in P2P computing. Students should have sufficient knowledge in computer systems, operating systems, networking, and communications. Students require the instructor's approval before taking the course.
Class Time/Place:Tu Th 12:00 pm to 1:20 pm, Room 1504
Text Book: No text book is required
Lecture: Lecture material will be drawn from the readings and other sources. Students are expected to read the material in advance, and participate in discussions, by offering their ideas and observations.
Plagiarism Policy: Students are expected to produce original research for their project, an original written project report and original written paper reviews.
Students may work together in teams to create/build their project, but the content of the collective project must be original.
The written project report must be original. If material produced elsewhere is included in the report, such as a graph or a written passage, then citations must be made within the report to the included material. Similarly, the slide presentation of the final project must include citations of any significant included material.
When presenting papers for discussion in class, students may use material without citation, such as slides produced by others on the Web.
Violations of this plagiarism policy will be grounds for grade reduction and/or potentially other punitive actions, in accordance with the University policy.