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courses:ct30a6900:arrangements [2010/01/21 17:28]
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-====== Course Description and Contents ====== 
-Peer-to-Peer Networking is a self-access course. It aims to provide the student with the fundamental principles of peer-to-peer networking, its main challenges and possible solutions. 
-The following topics are concerned during the  course: 
-  * Principles of peer-to-peer networking (introduction and definitions,​ characteristics,​ decentralization,​ interoperability,​ ..) 
-  * Peer-to-peer systems and applications (file sharing, communications,​ collaborating,​ etc.) 
-  * Overlay networks (structured/​unstructured,​ hybrid and pure models, routing) 
-  * Challenges (connectivity,​ finding others, naming, searching, management) 
-  * Security, fairness and trust concerns 
-  * Practical P2P development with a programming language (interoperability and implementation:​ not locking to a certain language) 
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-====== Personnel ====== 
-  * Lectures: N.N. (email: ) 
-  * Exercises: N.N. (email: ) 
-  * Project: N.N. (email: ) 
-  * Reception: weekday x-y, room xxxx 
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-====== Recommended courses and skills ====== 
-Recommended courses 
-  * Ti5315000 Network programming ​ 
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-For the [[Project | project work]] the following knowledge and skills are recommended:​ 
-  * Network programming skills for implementing a networking protocol 
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-====== Workload ====== 
-The estimated total workload is 130 hours (5 ECTS), which consists of: 
-  * lectures: 26h  
-  * exercises + preparation:​ 14h + 12h = 26h 
-  * project: 52h  ​ 
-  * exam + preparation:​ 26h 
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-====== Course grading ====== 
-**Requirements for passing grade** 
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-In order to pass the course, a student needs to 
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-  * have passed the course exam with an accepted grade (>0) 
-  * have passed the project work with an accepted grade (>0) 
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-**Final grade:​** ​ 
-  * 0-5 exam 50% 
-  * 0-5 project 50% 
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-====== Materials ====== 
-  * The [[Peer-to-Peer_Networking|course homepage]] contains lectures, exercises and project specifications. References and related materials are provided on the course pages. 
-  * The server is only accessible inside the LUT network (due to campus firewall). The VPN web gateway (http://​vpn.lut.fi/​) can be used to access course web pages from outside: 
- ​https://​vpn.lut.fi/​http/​0/​mediaserver.it.lut.fi/​kurssiwiki/​index.php/​Peer-to-Peer_Networking 
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