|Module Title||THE INTERNET: DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION|
|Co-ordinator||Dr Mark Ratcliffe|
|Pre-Requisite||CS10720 or CS12420, CS25010 or CS14020 or CS15210|
|Course delivery||Lecture||22 lectures|
|Practical||(Up to) 5 x 2hr sessions|
|Supplementary examination||Will take the same form, under the terms of the Department's policy|
Telematic systems are systems which combine information technology, telecommunications and possibly broadcasting. This module is designed to provide an insight into the nature and potential of telematic applications together with an understanding of the component technologies.
This module is designed to provide an insight into the nature and potential of Telematics Applications together with an understanding of the component technologies. In particular we will look at how the Internet operates and the basis it provides for telematic systems support.
On successful completion of this module, students will be able to:
1. Telematics Systems Creation for the Internet - 3 Lectures
Introduction and multifunctional workstations.
2. Java's Support for Internet Communications - 4 Lectures
Java RMI, java socket access, directory and naming services.
3. Java Applet Construction - 3 Lectures
Applet construction and related issues of the java security model.
4. Network based Multimedia Applications - 6 Lectures
Issues in audio/video application construction, protocols such as RTP and RTSP and the Java media classes such as JMF, Sound API, Speech API, Telephony API.
5. Secure Communications - 6 Lectures
Authentication, key management and cryptosystems.
To Be Announceds
Students will be informed of appropriate up-to-date material..