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magistraleinformaticanetworking:spm:start

Distributed systems: paradigms and models (2016-2017)

Teacher: Marco Danelutto

Assistant: Dr. Massimo Torquati

Question time: Thu, 3pm - 6pm, room 364, Dept. Computer Science

Master (Laurea Magistrale): Computer Science and Networking

Lesson Timetable :

Day Time Place
Mon 9-11 Aula L1, Polo Fibonacci
Tue 16-18 Aula L1, Polo Fibonacci
Wed 16-18 Aula C, Polo Fibonacci

News

(please consult also the teacher's news page: news related to all courses (e.g. changes in the question time hours, teacher unavailability, etc.) are published on that page.

  • On July 13 there will be NO QUESTION TIME (Master meeting + guest from Brasil). In case of urgent needs, please send me an email. I'll be available (on demand, by email) on Monday for question time. Question time from next week up to end of august will be on WEDNESDAY morning rather than Thursday afternoon.

Exams, Lessons and Support material

Academic Year Program Lessons Exams Support material Detailed program
2017-2018 In the first semester I'll run a “recover” edition of the course (see details on this page)
2016-2017 link link link link Refer to the lesson journal for the arguments and to the corresponding parts of the course notes for the contents. The whole material presented in lessons is covered by the course notes.
2015-2015 link link Link link Refer to the lesson journal for the arguments and to the corresponding parts of the course notes for the contents. The whole material presented in lessons is covered by the course notes.
2014-2015 link link Link link Refer to the lesson journal for the arguments and to the corresponding parts of the course notes for the contents. The whole material presented in lessons is covered by the course notes.
2013-2014 link link Link link Refer to the lesson journal for the arguments and to the corresponding parts of the course notes for the contents. The whole material presented in lessons is covered by the course notes. Please take into account the similar or alternative view of the different parallel patterns given in (suggested reading) McCool book mentioned in the support material page
2012-2013 link link link link contents covered by Chapters 1-6, 8-11, 13 and Appendix A of the course notes. (This year, due to shift of the course to the second year in MCSN, the course has been given in Italian, therefore the lesson material is actually in Italian. Next year, the course will be given in the first semester, in English)
2011-2012 link link link link contents covered by Chap. 1-10 (excluding 10.6), 12 (only parts related to Muesli, FastFlow, Skandium, SkeTo and SkePu), Appendix A, and by Chap.( 6 “Wireless and mobile networks” (6.1, 6.2, 6.3) and Sect. 2.6 (Peer-to-peer) of the Kurose Ross textbook, (the numbers here refer to the 3rd edition)
2010-2011 link link link link contents covered in Chap. 1-9, 12 of the text book
2009-2010 link link link link link
magistraleinformaticanetworking/spm/start.txt · Ultima modifica: 13/07/2017 alle 11:54 (10 giorni fa) da Marco Danelutto