이동컴퓨팅 : Mobile Computing

 

Fall, lectured by Prof. H. Choo

Graduate students attending this lecture hopefully with at least 3 years of industrial experience or equivalence will obtain a general understanding of wireless and mobile systems, and will be able to correlate with recent advances in Mobile Computing. This course introduces basic concepts for wireless communications of both voice/video and data, and offers mobile programming modules. Many underlying system issues related to mobility support and channel allocation will be covered. Mobile Computing essentials including wireless LANs, Mobile IP, PMIP, wireless ad hoc and sensor networks, Software Defined Networks (SDN) and Internet of Things (IoT) will help understand why they are useful. The course also provides a practical view of recent research topics. In special, the course requires a survey and deep understanding of recent trend in a limited subject by reporting an academic and technical paper.


Office Information

Lecturer: Prof. Hyunseung Choo
Office: (Univ.) Engineering Building 2 Rm 27304, Suwon, Phone (031)290-7145
(Pankyo) Startup Campus, Center Director, Pankyo, Phone(031) 5171-5501
Teaching assistant: Mr. Nguyen Tien, Dzung
Office: Research Complex 2 Building (83345) / Phone: (031)299-4642, SKKU Suwon Campus
Email:


Textbooks

1. Introduction to Wireless and Mobile Systems by D.P. Agrawal and Q-A. Zeng, Cengage Learning, 4th edition, 2014

2. Computer Networks: A Top-Down Approach by B. Forouzan and F. Mosharraf, McGraw-Hill Science Engineering, 2013 (Chapter 6)


 

 

Notices

ONK 2018 Fall: Oct.25-Oct.26
        Profs Larry Peterson and Nick McKeown schedule
11/07: Lecture #10 starts at 18:00
        Pangyo campus address: 13488 성남시 분당구 판교로 289번길 20 스타트업캠퍼스 1동 7층 031) 5171-5500, 5501

Lecture Notes

Week 01: Explore the Future
Week 02: Application Layer: Client-Server Paradigm
Week 03: Application Layer: P2P Paradigm
Week 06: Wireless and Mobile Networks
                  Software Defined WiFi
Week 07: MANETs-WSNs-Routing
                 Image-based Life Logging
Week 09: HTML5, Mobile Web and Hybrid Mobile Application
Week 10: Industry 4.0
Week 11: CSS3 and jQuery