Name of event and number:
Peer-to-Peer and Ad-Hoc-Networks 5105
Staff Prof. de Meer
Scale and kind of event:
|Day||Time||Kind of the Tutorial||Room|
|Tuesday||12:00||theory||HS 11 IM|
|Thursday||8:15 ||theory ||R 007 IM |
|Tuesday || |
|programming ||CIP Aquarium |
|Wednesday ||11:15 ||programming ||CIP Aquarium |
|Wednesday ||14:15||programming ||CIP Aquarium |
|Thursday ||9:00 ||programming ||CIP Aquarium|
The primary target of this tutorial is to make you familiar with some important technical concepts used in current P2P systems covered in the lecture. In addition you can Improve your programming technique and style(Java).
In this tutorial we have reserved 4 hours(45 min) per week. 1 hour goes on understanding questions about the exercises, the rest 3 hours are supervised programming hours and will take place in the CIP pool. You are not forced to attend all the programming hours, but you are expected to attend at least 1 of them, since your supervisor can help you with a lot of programming problems.
Depending on the count of the registered participants, we may let you work in groups or individually. The first exercise will be definitely solved individually.
For any information concerning the tutorials please send an e-mail to dedinski(at)fmi.uni-passau.de. You will help me to filter out your mail by putting p2p_tutorial_message somewhere into the subject line.
Marked Exercises: There will be 3 marked programming exercises. The first exercise will be an introducing exercise, that will make you familiar with the development environment that you have to use and with the part of the code that you will get from us and will use for your solution. Also you will learn how to submit your source code properly, using the CVS(concurrent version system).
The second and the third exercise will go in more depth and will make you familiar with some interesting aspects of P2P systems.
|Exercise||Title / Description||Resources ||Tutorial Slides |
16.05.2004 24:00 Uhr
Introduction To The P2P Framework
|aufgabe1.zip ||Slides week 1, |
Slides week 2
4.07.2004 24:00 Uhr
2-a: Acknowledged Messages
The Javis Visualizer (sources)
The Javis Homepage
|Slides week 3 |
Slides week 4
Slides week 5
Slides week 6
Chord paper (short version)
Chord (extended version)
The Chord Project homepage
25.07.2004 24:00 Uhr
A simple chat client
Corrections for A3:
|Slides week 7|
Slides week 8
Slides week 9
Since more than 30 people have signed up for the p2p tutorial, we decided to double our supervizing effort, so there will be 1 additional theoretical and 3 programming hours. We are currently trying to find appropriate times for all participating students, so the new timetable is under construction.I hope you will have it til the end of the week.
Exercise 2 will be solved in groups of 2-3 people. Please choose your partner until your next programming hour
A good java coding style guide can be found at http://geosoft.no/javastyle.html
|May 17, 2013|
|April 25, 2013|
|January 31, 2011|