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Final Exam is held in EN233 Computer Lab 4:30-7pm!
in Internet and World Wide Web (WWW) systems, sensor networks/applications,
web server technologies, content
switching and load
balancing, high available server cluster,
content delivery networks, web system management,
TCP/IP network modules in kernel.
(with links to individual topics):
- Cloud Computing:
- Web Applications:
- HTML5, AJAX
- Web Applications. Smart Grid Wireless Infrastructure Planning (SG-WIP) as an example utilizing Googlemap API.
- Mica2 Mote-based
Sensor Network Programming, TinyOS, TinyDB
- First Responder
- Access Management
- Instant Messaging
and security enhanced; Secure Groupware for First Responders.
- Wireless LAN/MAN:
- Management Mode
vs. Ad hoc Mode
- PEAP vsTTLS
Services: If you have a disability for which you are requesting an
accommodation, you are encouraged to contact the Disability Services Office
within the first week of classes. The Disability Services Office is located
in Main Hall # 105. (Phone # is 255-3354.)
S2010 Class Photo Album and Web Pages
S2009 Class Photo Album and Web Pages
S2006 Class Photo Album and Web Pages
Please create a personal
web page at http://walrus.uccs.edu/~<login>/cs526/ with your personal photo, basic vita,
your interests in this class, and potential semester projects that you
may work on. This will allow classmates to find common interests and know
each other. See http://cs.uccs.edu/~cs301/graphics/scanning.htm
for scanning your personal photo. You can also use my personal web page
as a template. If you do not know how to setup your personal web page, drop
by my office. I will help you. This is part of your hw#1.
Make sure you use <login>.jpg
for your photo image file. Check on a browser and see if you can access
your web page. If you got "forbidden"
msg, it means that you need to open the access rights of your home directory
and public_html directory. Use "chmod 755 ../<login>" and "chmod 755
public_html" commands for changing the access rights.
CS526 mailing list:
We established a netowrk alias email@example.com that can be considered as
group mailing address or a distribution list. You can email to the whole
class using this email address. Only email sent from the group members
are allowed to be forwarded. To forward the email to your own server,
you need to
- either set up a .forward
file which contains the email address with your default mail server by login
to brain.uccs.edu with your computing service account and create a .forward
file with the email address of your regular mail server, or
- configure your mail
program or your default mail server to read mails from POP (post office
protocol) server of uccs.edu.
No textbook. There will
be reading assignments from the reference articles. See the list in "Assignment" tab.
1: CS526 Advanced Internet and Web Systems Tentative Schedule
X: Online material
to Web Systems, Apache , Web
||HW#1 due 1/25
|| Proxy/ReverseProxy; Load Balancer.
||HW#2 due 2/6
to CDN, Linux Virtual
Server (LVS); VMware Virtual Infrastructure
||HW#2 due 2/15
||Xen, XenServer, XenCenter, XCP, and xe api
||Amazon AWS, EC2, EC2ApI, Integrated Cloud Computing.
||High Available Web Systems; ESI/Active/Dynamic
Control and Authentication (need cs526 password to access the web page); Secure
Web Access with Client Certificate
Midterm 3/14 online exam 5:50-11:59pm; Need your client certificate to access the midterm.
||HW#4 due 3/29
||Spring Break 3/26-4/1 M-Su(no classes)
||Web Applications, SG-WIP with Googemap API.
||HW#5 due 4/12
||Wireless Sensor Network; Cluster/Sink Tree Formation; Coverage;
||TinyOS, Mica2mote; 802.15.4; First Responder Sensor Networks
||HW#6 due 4/26
||Semester Project Presentations
||Semester Project Presentations||
||Final Exam, online in lab exam in EN138 4:30-7pm. Note that starting time 4:30 is different from 5:50 class time.
||Open book; Open note; not chat.