Vorlesung: Kommunikation in Verteilten Systemen

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  • Studienabschnitt: Bachelor Informatik, Bachelor Cyber Security, Bachelor Lehramt
  • Voraussetzungen:
  • Fachbereich: BA-INF 101
  • Aufwand: 2V + 2Ü / 6LP

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0. KIVS

Zusatzfolien Lehre CA&D

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1. Introduction and Motivation

1.1. What’s in a Name?
1.2 .Wireless Communication
1.3. The Internet – Overview and Philosophy
1.4. Hierarchy Principle and Layer Models
1.5. Packet Sniffing with WireShark

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2. Signal Representation and Synchronization

2.1. The Physical Layer ...
2.2. A Simplified Data Communications Model
2.3. Attenuation and Distortion
2.4. Frequency Domain Concepts
2.5. Relationship between Data Rate and Bandwidth
2.6. “Noise” (German: “Rauschen”)
2.7. Analog Transmission of Digital Data
2.8. Transmission of Digital Data with Puls Code Modulation
2.9. Communication requires Synchronization

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3. Link Layer

3.1. Introduction
3.2. From Bit Streams to Sequences of Frames
3.3. Message Formats in Local Area Networks
3 4. Error Correction
3.5. Multiple Access Schemes
3.6. Medium Access Control

 

4. Addressing and Routing

4.1. Important Terms
4.2. Mapping of Service Access Points
4.3. Addressing
4.4. Routing
4.5. Network Address Translation
4.6. Firewalls

 

5. Transport Layer

5.1. Transport services and protocols
5.2. Addressing on the Transport Layer
5.3. UDP – the User Datagram Protocol
5.4. TCP – the Transmission Control Protocol

 

6.Quality of Service and Multimedia Applications

6.1. Quality of Service requirements
6.2. Multimedia Over Today’s Internet
6.3. "IntServ" and "DiffServ"
6.4. Voice over IP (VoIP)
6.5. Multimedia Codecs and Compression

Bonus: Measurement Cookbook