CSE 3214 3.0M Computer Network Protocols and Applications

Winter (Spring) 2009

WWW-page: http://www.cse.yorku.ca/course/3214

Lecture Notes and Additional Material

Announcements and Frequently Asked Questions

General Information

This course focuses on the higher-level network protocols, security issues, network programming, and applications.

Topics covered will include:

Time, Location TR 10:00–11:30, ACE 003
Instructor Andriy Pavlovych
E-mail Image of my Email at York: andriyp-at-cse...
Office Hours TR 14:00–15:00 in CSE 2001

Required Textbook


Percent of final grade Due date
Assignment A1 10% Mar 31, 2009 at 10:00 EDT
Assignment A2 10% May 7, 2009 at 10:00 EDT
Project - topic chosen in consultation with instructor
(in groups of 2) or Assignment A3
15% May 28, 2009 at 10:00 EDT
Midterm Exam 25% April 7, 2009, in class
Final Exam 40% Mon, 1 Jun 2009, 8:30, SLH E

Assignments and projects are due at 10:00, Eastern Daylight Time (UTC–4), on the specified day and are to be submitted electronically with the submit command in Prism (unless specified otherwise).

Numerical scores (out of 100) are used to calculate grades. Each piece of work will receive a numerical grade. A final numerical grade will be obtained by weighting the individual pieces of work and this will be converted to a letter grade as follows:

Percentage Letter
90–100 A+
80–89.99 A
75–79.99 B+
70–74.99 B
65–69.99 C+
60–64.99 C
55–59.99 D+
50–54.99 D
40–49.99 E
0–39.99 F

Grades can be viewed via the ePost system here. Or use the following command in Prism:  courseInfo 3214 [2008-09 W].

The drop date is April 22, 2009.

Lecture Notes and Additional Material

Course Policies

Late assignements or projects will not be accepted, unless prior arrangement has been made with the instructor. Missed midterms are handled in the same way. Note that exceptions to the late policy will be made only in serious cases and if the circumstances are documentable and beyond your control. Please see the Departmental WWW page on Academic Policies for details regarding academic dishonesty, etc.