Csci 551 ramesh govindan

All CSci551 students in my section are required to fill out the 551 web information form before the second class. A draft syllabus [PDF] is currently available. Starting in Fall 2015 USC has split the beginning graduate-level networking course, CSci551, Computer Communications, into two course numbers: CSci551 and CSci651.

Some Wireless Sensor Networks Papers Dr. Bhaskar Krishnamachari First Draft, September 2002 Autonomous Networks Research Group (ANRG) Working Paper1 WP02-002 Department of Electrical Engineering – Systems Xiaochen Liu I'm a Ph.D. candidate in Networked System Lab at USC, advised by Prof. Ramesh Govindan. My research interests lie in Intelligent Camera Network, Video Analytics, Positioning and Tracking Algorithms, and Edge Computing.

INF 551 Foundations of Data Management (3, FaSp) Function and design of modern storage systems, including cloud; data management techniques; data modeling; network attached storage, clusters and data centers; relational databases; the map-reduce paradigm.

• CSCI 104L Data Structures and Object Oriented Design • CSCI 109 Introduction to Computer Science • CSCI 110 Introduction to Digital Logic • CSCI 170 Discrete Methods in Computer Science • CSCI 201L Principles of Software Development • CSCI 270 Introduction to Algorithms and Theory of Computing Ramesh Govindan is an Indian-American professor of computer science. He is the Northrop Grumman Chair in Engineering and Professor of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering at the University of Southern California . View Akhtar18a.pdf from CSCI 551 at University of Southern California. Oboe: Auto-tuning Video ABR Algorithms to Network Conditions Zahaib Akhtar* Yun Seong Nam* Ramesh Govindan University of It is offered by Prof. Ramesh Govindan. There are substantial differences between the two sections. Please make sure you attend the section for which you are registered. If you are a PhD student, you are strongly encouraged to enroll in Prof. Govindan's section of CSCI 551 (on TuTh 9:30am-10:50am). Jan 16, 2020 · This lecture satisfies requirements for CSCI 591: Research Colloquium Biography: Arjun Guha is an associate professor of Computer Science at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. Using the tools and techniques of programming languages, his research addresses security, reliability, and performance problems in web applications, systems ... • Data Mining and Analytics (CSCI 5702), University of Colorado Denver Fall 2015 • Spring 2015Database Systems (CSCI 5559), University of Colorado Denver • Advanced Data Stores: From SQL to NoSQL (CSCI 5800), University of Colorado Denver Fall 2014 • Database Systems (CSCI 585), University of Southern California Spring2014