Institute of Software Systems courses
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Here are the MARKS.
Course contents: The goal of the course is to learn about the most important characteristics of distributed systems, to become familiar with some of the important problems and their solutions, and to gain some experience in programming in distributed systems.
The course will be given in English in 2008, but the exact format depends on
the number of students.
The grade for the course is based on (1) the examination and
Prerequisites: Required: OHJ-1400 Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming and OHJ-4010 Concurrency. Recommended: OHJ-2010 Utilization of Data Structures.
Lectures: The course will be lectured in Period 4 & 5 by Jaco Geldenhuys (TF211) at the following time:
The first meeting will be on Mon 4.2.2008. If you miss this meeting but still want to participate in the course, send email to the lecturer so that something can be arranged.
Projects: The assignments have not yet been made public, but the first one will be socket programming and the second one will be using Java RMI.
Course material: The contents of the course is based on the text book: