|| CHM5610 |
|| THE INTERNET: TELEMATIC APPLICATION DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION |
|| 2003/2004 |
|| Dr Edel M Sherratt |
|| Semester 2 |
|| Mr Christopher W Loftus, Mr David E Price, Dr Frederick W Long |
|| CHM5010 , Available only to students taking the Diploma/MSc in Computer Science scheme in Aberystwyth. |
|| CH21120 |
| Course delivery
|| Lecture || 22 Lectures |
|| Practical || Up to 5 x 2hr |
|Assessment Type||Assessment Length/Details||Proportion|
|Semester Exam||2 Hours ||100%|
|Supplementary Exam|| Supplementary examination will take the same form, under the terms of the Department's policy. || |
|| http://www.aber.ac.uk/compsci/ModuleInfo/CHM5610 |
On successful completion of this module, students will be able to:
demonstrate a critical understanding of a range of issues associated with the design of telematic applications;
describe a range of contrasting facilities for the design and construction of distributed applications and assess their relative applicability to real world problems;
express a mastery of the particular issues associated with the handling of multimedia traffic
show an understanding of the need for secure communications, describe various key technologies used to provide it and assess their relative applicability to real world problems.
make decisions and provide guidance to others in the choice of appropriate real world requirements.
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.
1. Telematics Systems Creation for the Internet - 3 Lectures
Introduction and multifunctional workstations.
2. Java's Support for Internet Communications - 6 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 - 5 Lectures
Issues in audio/video application construction and the characteristics of appropriate protocols, the Java media classes such as JMF.
5. Secure Communications - 4 Lectures
Authentication, key management and cryptosystems.
To Be Announceds
Students will be informed of appropriate up-to-date material.
This module is at CQFW Level 7