The Internet has quickly become an indispensible part of our
work, play, and life. Its amazing success goes beyond the
wildest dreams of its inventors. It can sometimes seem as if
this technology is so advanced that it is indistinguishable from
magic. But the success of the Internet is based on over 70
years of solid research on programming, networking, text and
image compression, data structures, search algorithms, network
protocols and data encryption.
In this course intented primarily for students not in computer science, you will learn about the technology "behind the curtain" of the Internet and how it has led to the Internet's success. In accordance with university policy, all course content will now be delivered via Sakai OWL.
Andrew Kope   firstname.lastname@example.org
Ben Revington   email@example.com
Mike Ghesquiere   firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesdays 1:30-3:30pm SEB-1059
Wednesdays 3:30-4:30pm UCC-146