AD HOC NETWORKING
|Ad Hoc Networking
This lecture introduces into the basic concepts of stochastic modelling techniques. As an application of stochastic modelling we will delve into the world of ad-hoc networking.
The first part of the lecture series will introduce the techniques, the second part will apply these techniques to ad-hoc networking problems.
Where: Room SR 014, Building 45
When: Tuesdays, 11-13
Presentations, Tests, and Grading
To pass this course, the student has to succesfully give a presentation, discussing one ad-hoc network modelling topic listed here. Red highlighted topics are already assigned to students. These presentations take place in the second half of the lecture series.
In addition to the presentation, a few small ad-hoc tests will be written in the beginning of some lectures.The dates of these tests will not be announced beforehand.
Each ad-hoc tests consists of two short questions of medium difficulty. Your final grading will be decided in the following manner. At least 25% of the question in the tests have to be answered correctly. The overall grading depends on the grading of your talk (60%) and on the grading of the tests (40%).
|Dependable Systems & Software Group||Department of Computer Science||Universität des Saarlandes|