CISC *7330X Teleprocessing Systems
37½ hours plus conference and independent work; 3 credits
Teleprocessing systems and concepts, communications terminology, types of networks, transmission properties, modems, types of terminals, codes, error-control procedures, multiplexing and concentration devices, access methods, network design and performance, security and reliability, backup and fault isolation, message routing, message queueing, message editing, intelligent nodes, virtual teleprocessing access methods.
Prerequisite: Computer and Information Science 7300X [703X] or 7310X [704X] or a course in operating systems; Computer and Information Science 7302X [742.1X] or a course in computer organization; and Mathematics 6652X [652X] or a course in probability and statistics.
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