T-79.4001 Seminar on Theoretical Computer Science (3 cp) V
This seminar, which is part of the major studies in Theoretical Computer Science, deals with annually varying topics of current interest in the field. The Spring 2006 instantiation of the seminar will be concerned with performance analysis, measurements and estimation of wireless communication and especially mobility management.
The course T-79.4001 replaces either the course
T-79.192 Special Course in Theoretical Computer Science
or the course
T-79.194 Seminar on Theoretical Computer Science.
The course T-79.4001 will be arranged by
Hannu H. Kari
in Spring 2006 in Teaching Periods
III (January 16 – March 3) and
IV (March 12 – May 5).
Seminar will start on Wednesday 18th of January at 15.15 in Seminar room TB353.
- Time, place: Wednesdays 15.15-18.00,
seminar room TB353.
Prof. Hannu H. Kari,
- Registration by
- Prerequisites: Basic understanding of computer networks and their protocols
(e.g. T-110.350 or T-110.4100) and mathematics.
- Credits: Seminar presentation plus written summary paper (5-10 pp.) 3 cp.
In addition, feedback must be provided for the speakers of
at least three other sessions using the respective electronic
forms. (Forms will be available via the seminar schedule below.)
Contact professor to reserve your presentation slot and topic.
- Pointers to seminar material will be linked to the
schedule below by coordinator.
- An electronic copy of the seminar paper must be mailed by
the presenter to the coordinator by Monday 12 noon of the presentation week. The paper will then be linked to the schedule below, for distribution to the other seminar participants. If the presenter provides archivable slides, these will also be linked to the schedule after the presentation.
Latest update: 20 June 2007.