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|Type||Assign Date||Due Date||Information|
|Homework 1||Jan. 13, 2004||Jan. 16, 2004||Assignment (txt).|
|Exercise 1||Jan. 22, 2004||Jan. 29, 2004||Assignment (pdf).|
|Homework 2||Feb. 5, 2004||Feb. 10, 17, 2004||Assignment (pdf). The paper to read is
A Design Framework for Highly Concurrent Systems.
The epoll documentation I handed out consists of the following man pages:
Note, In class I extended the deadline for Part 2 until tuesday Feb 17th, instead of Feb 12th as stated in the assignment.
|Homework 3||Feb. 24, 2004||Mar. 02, 2004||Assignment (txt).|
|Exercise 2 Emulab and iperf||Mar. 9, 2004||Mar. 12/22, 2004||Assignment (pdf).|
|Final Project||Mar. 23, 2004||Mar. 30,April 22, May 4 2004||Assignment (pdf).|
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