TELE9752 Group presentations

Presentations for group 1, 2, 3, 4

Note that the lecturer cannot guarantee the accuracy of content included in student presentations (e.g. there is no time to review presentations before they are delivered, nor to correct each inaccuracy during delivery) so students in the audience should be skeptical about the accuracy of what is said. e.g. in 2010, one group were given a RFC (Internet Request For Comments) to present, and kept referring to RFC as “Remote Function Call”!

Each research presentation group should email their slides to Tim before 4pm Oct 22 2013, so that I can make them available on the course web page, to facilitate the presentations and for future reference by other students Plan on 12 minutes to present your paper, followed by 3 minutes for questions. 4 papers in the 1st hour, then 3 in each of the 2nd and 3rd hours. Could each group please email Tim your presentation before class on Tuesday so that I can get them together on the theatre computer before class, so as to minimise time wasted between presentations? Timer 2011 presentations

To prepare for exam questions about these presentations, you should have

Tips for presentations: Useful databases of papers including those about NOC research:

Some journals that focus on network management research: