CPSC 363: Networks
Office: 112 Colton, Phone: x5250,
Resources on the Internet
Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach Featuring the Internet (5 ed),
by James F. Kurose and Keith W. Ross
Metric Prefixes (Gives powers of 10 for micro, nano, mega, giga, etc.)
- Some Links for Network Programming in Java
Star Wars in Telnet! Article and
direct link to site
- ACM Digital Library (This requires
logging in, though some browsing is free. Go through OhioLink (Databases
by Subject, computer science) for off-campus access.
- OhioLINK (When using this from
off-campus, you will have to log in with your name and barcode. Make sure
this is activated at the library). Either go to the Electronic Journal
Center and browse Journals by Subject (Computer Science), or click
Databases by Subject and choose Computer Science. In addition to ACM,
ArticleFirst and Compendex are good indexes to try.
The Collection of Computer Science Bibliographies
- The Internet Assigned Numbers Authority
provides many good links on Internet Standards, such as domain names,
port numbers, etc.
From this site, "Links to Community Members"
Internet organizations and the
allows you to search through RFCs.
- Test 1, Feb 19, 2010
- Test 2, Mar 26, 2010
- Final exam, Apr 14, 2010 (6pm)