Multi-user Communication

Basic queueing models. Store-and forward communications networks; switching modes; delay-throughput measures; capacity assignment; routing; topological design; computational aspects; flow control; error control; protocols; specification and validation; local networks; satellite and packet radio systems; multiple access schemes; stability and performance; multi-user information theory; and large scale system theory.

Fall 2024

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Average rating: 1.56

Past Semesters

7 reviews
Average rating: 2.43

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