This course will cover a broad selection of topics in mobile computing architectures and protocols. Students will learn the principles of Mobile Computing and its enabling technologies, and explore solutions and paradigm shifts. The solutions and paradigm shifts address the issue of limited bandwidth and unreliability of wireless medium while taking advantage of mobility. The focus is on examining strategies and algorithms to achieve design goals such as performance, reliability, scalability, consistency and security in wireless mobile applications. The course will have a project component in which students will develop multimedia applications involving real-time communications as well as data storage for WLAN (Wireless Local Area Networks), WPAN (Wireless Personal Area Networks) or MANET (Mobile Ad-hoc Networks) platforms.
60% in COMP 8031
Below is one offering of this course for the Spring/Summer 2019 term.
Thu Apr 11 - Thu Jun 27 12 Weeks
|Apr 11||Thu||18:30 - 22:15||DTC Rm. 678|
|Apr 11 - Jun 27||Online|
|May 09||Thu||18:30 - 22:15||DTC Rm. 678|
|Jun 13||Thu||18:30 - 22:15||DTC Rm. 678|
|Jun 27||Thu||18:30 - 22:15||DTC Rm. 678|
Upon successful completion, the student will:
Effective as of Winter 2008
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