INF 385L - Information Networks


Graduate standing.


History, design, and use of digital information networks. Emphasis on origins of the Internet in the United States, varied technical models for networked information services, and social analysis of networked communication from multiple disciplinary perspectives. Includes close review of classic papers in networked communication as well as current works. Three lecture hours a week for one semester.

Year Semester Course Professor
2003 Spring INF 385L - Information Networks Harmon, E. Glynn
2001 Fall INF 385L - Information Networks Doty, Philip
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