AG Technische Informatik

Telematics

Telematics is telecommunication with the help of informatics. The course Telematics is the core of the special subject telematics which comprises technical data transmission, computer networks, Internet technologies, WWW, mobile communications, distributed systems, network management, network security etc. This course covers the following topics:

  • Basics: protocols, services, architectures, standards, definitions
  • Data transmission: signals, coding, modulations, media
  • Link layer: error detection and correction, medium access
  • Local area networks: IEEE standards, Ethernet, bridges
  • Network layer: routing, routers, Internet Protocol (IPv4, IPv6)
  • Transport layer: quality of service, flow control, congestion control, TCP
  • Internet: protocols around TCP/IP
  • Telecommunication networks: ISDN, ATM, Intelligent Networks, GSM
  • Applications: WWW, Security, network management
  • Network programming: interfaces, device drivers, adapters, operating systems
  • Converging networks: new services, QoS in the Internet, multimedia

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Typ

Vorlesung

Dozent/in

Prof. Dr. Mesut Günes, Bastian Blywis

Institution

Institute of Computer Science

Freie Universität Berlin

Semester

WS 10/11

Veranstaltungsumfang

Leistungspunkte

8

Raum

Takustraße 9

Lecture Hall

Zeit

 Office Hours: Tuesday, 15-16

 Time:

  • Tue 10-12, start at 10:15
  • Thu 08-10, start at 08:30

Zielgruppe

BSc (TI-3 required!!!), MSc or Diploma students

Voraussetzungen

  • Lectures TI-1, TI-2, TI-3 or equivalent lecture
  • Attendance in the first tutorial session

KVV page

News

  • 21.04.11 - Published final grades after 2nd post-exam review
  • 08.04.11 - Published date of the post-exam review
  • 07.04.11 - Published results of the re-examination
  • 11.03.11 - Updated exam results
  • 03.03.11 - Published exam results
  • 21.02.11 - Published all tutorial slides in concatenated form
  • 19.02.11 - Published slides 15
  • 10.02.11 - Published slides 14 and updated slides 08
  • 07.02.11 - Chapter 11 is available as PDF document
  • 04.02.11 - Published slides 13
  • 27.01.11 - Published assigment 13-15 and slides 12
  • 27.01.11 - Chapter 9 and Chapter 10 are available as PDF documents
  • 20.01.11 - Published assignment 12 and slides 11
  • 19.01.11 - Chapter 8 is available as PDF document
  • 13.01.11 - Published assignment 11 and slides 10
  • 12.01.11 - Chapter 7 is available as PDF document
  • 06.01.11 - Exam registration started!
  • 06.01.11 - Published assignment 10 and slides 09
  • 04.01.11 - Second part of Chapter 6 MPLS is available as PDF document
  • 16.12.10 - Published assignment 09, slides 08
  • 09.12.10 - Published assignment 08, slides 07
  • 07.12.10 - Chapter 6 is available as PDF document
  • 02.11.10 - Published assignment 07, slides 06, and Wireshark Mini-Tutorial
  • 25.11.10 - Published assignment 06 and slides 05
  • 23.11.10 - Chapter 5 is available as PDF document
  • 18.11.10 - Published assignment 05 and slides 04
  • 15.11.10 - Chapter 4 is available as PDF document
  • 11.11.10 - Updated assigment 01 and 02, published assignment 04 and slides 03
  • 04.11.10 - Published assignment 03, slides 02
  • 28.10.10 - Published assignment 02, slides 01, and additional literature
  • 28.10.10 - Chapter 3 is available as PDF document
  • 21.10.10 - Published assignment 01
  • 20.10.10 - Chapters 0, 1, and 2 are available as PDF documents
  • 20.09.10 - Please contact Bastian Blywis if you have any questions regarding the tutorials!
  • 20.09.10 - Published website

Tutorials

You have to register for a particular tutorial in the KVV.

Slides/Handouts

The slides can be accessed only from the campus network (which includes VPN connections). The slides will be available before we discuss them in class. The slides are in PDF format.

Chapter Slides, Handouts, and Papers
0 Organizational
1 Motivation
2 Introduction
3 Physical Layer
4 Data Link Layer
5 Medium Access Control Layer
6 Network Layer
MPLS
7 Transport Layer
8 Application Layer
9 P2P Networks
10 Multimedia Networking
11 Network Security

  

Assignments

# Date Assignments, Slides, Papers, etc
1 21.10.2010 Assignment 01, Slides 01, Concast, Geocast, Async vs. Sync,
2 28.10.2010 Assignment 02, Slides 02, RFC 2026
3 04.10.2010 Assignment 03, Slides 03
4 11.11.2010 Assignment 04, Slides 04
5 18.11.2010 Assignment 05, Slides 05, Example Capture Files, RFC 1570, RFC 1994
6 25.11.2010 Assignment 06, Slides 06, Wireshark Mini-Tutorial
7 02.12.2010 Assignment 07, Slides 07, ATM, STP Problems
8 09.12.2010 Assignment 08, Slides 08, TCP/IP Guide, Linux IP
9 16.12.2010 Assignment 09, Slides 09, Policy Routing, Name-Based Sockets
10 06.01.2011 Assignment 10, Slides 10
11 13.01.2011 Assignment 11, Slides 11
12 20.01.2011 Assignment 12, Slides 12
13 27.01.2011 Assignment 13, Slides 13
14 03.02.2011 Assignment 14, Slides 14
15 10.02.2011 Assignment 15, Slides 15
    all slides (635 pages) in concatenated format

The assignments can be accessed only from the campus network (which includes VPN connections). Assignments do not have to be submitted as they serve as basis for the tutorials and as excercise.

Exam

1st Exam: Thursday, 24.02.11, 10:00-12:00, physiology lecture hall, Arnimallee 22, 14195 Berlin

Re-Examination

2nd Exam: Thursday, 07.04.11, 10:00-12:00, physiology lecture hall, Arnimallee 22, 14195 Berlin

Final Grades

Criteria for successful participation

  • Exam, active participation in tutorials, attendance in  tutorial sessions (85%)

Basic text books for this course

  • Tanenbaum, A. S.: Computer Networks, 4th edition, Prentice Hall, Inc., New Jersey, 2003, ISBN 0-13-066102-3. [Details]
  • Kurose, J. F., Ross, K. W.: Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach, 4th edition, Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 2008, ISBN 0-321-49770-8. [Details]