COMP 645 - ADV TOPICS IN DISTRIBUTED SYST
Long Title: ADVANCED TOPICS IN DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS
Department: Computer Science
Grade Mode: Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory
Course Type: Seminar
Credit Hours: 1 TO 3
Must be enrolled in one of the following Level(s):
Description: We will learn about and discuss recent advances in various areas in computer systems, including topics on security, distributed systems, networking, operating systems, and databases. The seminar will be divided into several sections, with each section focusing on one research trend. In each class, students will read one classic paper on the topic, and present two recent papers that describe the stat of the art. Students can also team up and do a semester-long research project on any relevant topics. All students will need to make a final presentation at the end of the class on a potential project idea; for students that choose to do a semester-long project, they will also submit a six-page report on their project, in addition to giving a final presentation. Instructor Permission Required.Cross-list: ELEC 692. Repeatable for Credit.