Fall 2010, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, York University (Toronto, Canada)
New classroom starting from Sept. 27: RS-156
September 15: Lecture is moved temporarily to CSEB-3033 (seminar room on the 3rd floor), 11:30-13:00.
September 13: First lecture, 11:30-13:00, in TEL-0012. Graduate students are welcome to audit the course.
This course focuses on various aspects of wireless ad-hoc networks, namely architectures, routing, medimum access control, security, data link and transport issues, and performance evaluations. We also cover multicast and multimedia applications. Students will also learn and practice practical skills needed for their graduate studies such as writing research papers, making slides for presentations, and presenting their work at seminars, conferences and thesis defenses.
Wireless Mesh Networks
by Ian Akyildiz and Xudong Wang
Publisher: Wiley (March 2009)
Ad Hoc Wireless Networks : Architectures and Protocols
by C. Siva Ram Murthy and B.S. Manoj
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR (2004)