|Computer Networks (elective)
|Abbreviation: RAČMRE||Load: 30(L)
|Lecturers in charge: ||prof. dr. sc. Bojan Jerbić
doc. dr. sc. Tomislav Stipančić
|Lecturers: ||dr. sc. Bojan Šekoranja
dr. sc. Marko Švaco
dr. sc. Filip Šuligoj
|Course description: Course objectives:
Computer network as global computer. OSI referent model, protocols, Internet and computer tools for WWW pages design and programming.
Enrolment requirements and required entry competences for the course:
Regulary attendance of lectures and exercises. Web page creation and uploading to the remote server.
Grading and evaluation of student work over the course of instruction and at a final exam:
Based on success rate on the written and oral exam (70%), regularity of class attendance (10%), quality of the developed web page (20%).
Methods of monitoring quality that ensure acquisition of exit competences:
Coverage of quality:
immediately in the classroom, in direct communication with the students (student questions and discussion);
periodically, according to the processed education content, by grading project;
exposition/discussing of results (scores) instructing students how to achieve better results.
Upon successful completion of the course, students will be able to (learning outcomes):
recognize the organization of computer networks, with particular emphasis on architectures of computer networks and network protocols;
use the good practice of a web design, web programming and storing of the web content to a remote web server.
1. Introduction to the course, history, computer network as global computer, social aspects.
2. WEBCT, introduction to basics of good web.
3. Layout and basic elements of a web page.
4. Colours and graphic on the web.
5. Fonts in web pages.
6. Testing of usability.
9. OSI multilevel reference model.
10. Topology of computer networks.
11. TCP/IP protocols family, DoD network model, data format.
12. IP adress system, Internet, information networking services, DNS, Bind,...
13. Meta data and browsers.
14. HTTP server.
15. Server tehnology. Web centre developement.
1. HTML web design.
2. HTML web design.
3. HTML web design.
4. CSS web design.
5. FrontPage programme application.
6. FrontPage programme application.
7. FrontPage programme application.
8. FrontPage programme application.
12. Mail using OutlookExpress programme.
13. News groups.
14. Internet and browsing.
15. Internet and browsing.
|1. ||Tanenbaum, A.S. Computer Networks, Prentice Hall PTR; 4th edition (August 9, 2002), ISBN: 0130661023
|2. ||Comer, D.E. Internetworking with TCP/IP Vol.1: Principles, Protocols, and ArchitecturePrentice Hall; 4th edition (January 18, 2000), ISBN: 0130183806
|3. ||BrookShear, G.J. Computer Science, an Overview, The Benjamin/Cummings Publishing Company Inc., Redwood city, 1994.
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