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CS 607 Simulation and Computer Network Analysis

Course Description: An introduction to the basic probability models, queuing theory, and simulation techniques used in the performance analysis and planning of computer networks and Internet systems. Topics include event probability , standard discrete and continuous probability distributions, the Poisson process, random number generation, discrete-event system modeling and simulation techniques, statistical estimation, and basic queuing models. The topics are illustrated with applications to current Internet-related systems.

Credits

3 credits

Prerequisite

CS 602 Minimum Grade of C and CS 633 Minimum Grade of C