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The course aims to provide concepts and ideas within a diverse range of contemporary topics in computer networks, high speed networks and embedded networking systems as well as classical graph theoretical aspects of some network applications with a research oriented point of view.

The first part of the course will consist of an overview of the layered architecture of computer networks in top-down order. The second part will cover an introduction of key issues in selected contemporary network problems. The third part will focus on various high-speed and embedded computer networking issues while the last part will conclude with graph theoretical aspects of some networking applications such as social networks.

This course focuses on two advanced aspects of software management; organizational change and software measurement. Primary topics include software process improvement frameworks, agile maturity models, software process modeling languages, software measurement and social aspects of organizational change. Students participate in a modelling and organizational assessment project to as well as gain hands on experience on measurement and prediction for software projects.


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