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1 Master in Space and Technology Advanced Data Bases Internet Technologies The object-oriented Approach and Java Programming Prof. Seipel Prof. Tran-Gia Prof. Wolff von Gudenberg

2 2 Agenda Formal Aspects Lectures Advanced Data Bases Internet Technologies The object-oriented Approach and Java Programming Questions

3 3 Formal Aspects Module B: Programming, Embedded Control, Communication Student Labour Input: 105 h 3.5 ECTS Points for each of the 3 lectures At least 2 lectures required

4 University of Würzburg Informatik III (Distributed Systems) Prof. Dr. P. Tran-Gia Chair of Distributed Systems (Lehrstuhl für Informatik III) Institute of Computer Science

5 5 Institute of Computer Science Informatik I:Prof. Dr. H. Noltemeier, Prof. Dr. D. Seipel Information Structures and Knowledge Based Systems Informatik II:Prof Dr. J. Albert, Prof. Dr. J. Wolff von Gudenberg Programming Languages and Methodology Informatik III:Prof. Dr. P. Tran-Gia Distributed Systems, Communication Networks Informatik IV:Prof. Dr. K. W. Wagner Theoretical Computer Science Informatik V:Prof. Dr. R. Kolla Computer Engineering, VLSI Design Informatik VI:Prof. Dr. F. Puppe Artificial Intelligence and Applied Computer Science Informatik VII:Prof. Dr. K. Schilling Robotics and Telematics

6 6 Chair of Informatik III: Staff ChairPhuoc Tran-Gia, Prof. Dr. Research staff members Michael Duelli Mathias Hartmann Robert Henjes Dr. Tobias Hoßfeld David Hock Alexander Klein Dominik Klein Frank Lehrieder Dr. Michael Menth Simon Oechsner Rastin Pries Daniel Schlosser Barbara Staehle Dr. Dirk Staehle Florian Wamser Thomas Zinner AdministrationGisela Förster

7 7 Research Areas P2P & Self- Organizing Networks Modelling and Performance Analysis Wireless Networks Next Generation Networks

8 8 Performance Analysis Methods real system or network detail system model Abstract model hardware simulation detailled model simulation abstract model simulation analytic methods measurement

9 University of Würzburg Informatik III (Distributed Systems) Prof. Dr. P. Tran-Gia Space Master Lecture: Internet Technology

10 10 Chapter 6 Internet 6.1 Structure and basic mechanisms 6.1.1Evolution and Structure of Internet 6.1.2Addressing 6.1.3Address Resolution 6.1.4User Model 6.2Internet Protocol (IP) 6.2.1IP datagram format 6.2.2IP version 6 (IPv6) 6.3Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) 6.3.1Protocol structure 6.3.2TCP segment format 6.3.3Connection control in TCP 6.3.4Flow control and congestion control in TCP 6.3.5TCP traffic characteristics

11 11 Chapter 6 Internet 6.4Routing in the Internet 6.4.1Goal and motivation 6.4.2Distance vector routing protocols 6.4.3Link-state routing protocols 6.4.4Routing protocol examples 6.5 IP Network Management 6.5.1SNMP Overview 6.5.2Organizational model 6.5.3Functional model 6.5.4Communication model 6.5.5Information model

12 12 Chapter 7 Mobile Communications Networks 7.1 Introduction 7.1.1History of mobile communication 7.1.2Fundamental concepts of mobile communication systems 7.1.3Multiplexing schemes in mobile communication networks 7.2 GSM-Technology 7.2.1Characteristics and network structure 7.2.2Example for connection establishment 7.2.3GPRS: General Packet Radio Service 7.3 3rd Generation Mobile Networks - UMTS 7.3.1Characteristics of 3rd generation mobile networks UMTS network architecture Fundamentals of (Wideband) CDMA Important control mechanisms in UMTS Soft capacity and coverage area

13 13 Internet Technologies Course consists of 1.Mandatory practical exercise 2.Lecture 3.Theoretical weekly written exercises 4.Exam Student Labour Input: 105 h 55 h practical exercises (!) Recommended requirements Basic knowledge in Linux operating system

14 14 Timetable Lecture: Prof. Dr. P. Tran-Gia Date and Location: Wed, Thu , Zuse-HS Begin: 2009/12/02, 10.00, Zuse-HS Exercise: Dipl.-Inform. Florian Wamser Date and Location: Thu , SE III Begin: to be announced

15 15 Contact Further information: university calendar & WWW URL: - Teaching – WS 2009/10 - Internet Technologies (for SpaceMasters) Contact person: Florian Wamser, – –Chair of Distributed Systems (Informatik III), Room A206

16 16 Questions


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