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NUS Computing Review: CS4226 Internet Architecture

This module aims to focus on advanced networking concepts pertaining to the modern Internet architecture and applications. It covers a range of topics including network performance (throughput, delay, Littleā€™s Law and M/M/1 queuing formula), and resource allocation and buffer management (max-min fair, round-robin and RED), intra- and inter-domain routing (RIP, OSPF and BGP), congestion control and modern variations of TCP (AIMD and Cubic TCP), peer-to-peer applications and content delivery networks (BitTorrent, Skype, Akamai), and data center networking and management (SDN and OpenFlow).

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