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COM S 487: Network Programming, Applications, and Research Issues

(Dual-listed with COM S 587). (3-0) Cr. 3.

Prereq: Com S 352 or CPR E 308; for graduate credit: graduate standing or permission of instructor
Programming paradigms for building distributed and networking applications, including multithreaded client-server programming, socket programming, distributed object frameworks and programming suites, and web computing and security. Introduction to some on-going research issues in distributed and networking applications, including peer-to-peer computing, multimedia communications, and mobile computing and networking. Written report and oral presentation required for graduate credit.

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