Computer Systems and Networks

ITC 6030 3 Quarter Hours
Course Level Graduate
Description Introduces the basic concepts of computer systems and networks. Covers operating system services, file systems, resource management, synchronization, the concept of a process, and process cooperation and interference. Introduces networks, including network architectures, network protocols, and communication paradigms (point-to-point, multicast/broadcast, and connectionless vs. connection-oriented). Examples from real operating systems and networks (Unix, Linux, Windows, TCP/IP, and Ethernet) are used to reinforce the concepts.

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