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學生對 科罗拉多大学系统 提供的 Fundamentals of Network Communication 的評價和反饋

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課程概述

In this course, we trace the evolution of networks and identify the key concepts and functions that form the basis for layered architecture. We introduce examples of protocols and services that are familiar to the students, and we explain how these services are supported by networks. Further, we explain fundamental concepts in digital communication, and focus on error control techniques that include parity check, polynomial code, and Internet checksum. Students will be required to have some previous programming experience in C-programming (C++/Java), some fundamental knowledge of computer organization and IT architecture and a background in computer science is a plus....

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2020年6月28日

It is a good course to cover the basics computer networking. It is simple and the workload is less. Try to go through other sources simultaneously to get in-depth knowledge on the topic.

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2020年8月16日

It was a very good start in Network communication.\n\nThe lectures, quizzes, and materials are designed in a very good manner to reach the end of the course with the needed fundamentals.

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26 - Fundamentals of Network Communication 的 50 個評論(共 277 個)

創建者 Paolo C

2020年5月30日

Very hard to follow the professor, strong accent makes it complicate.

Some of the slides had spelling errors...

Slides are in PPT format, like in 2007... how about update to PPTX?

創建者 Shakib A

2019年8月25日

Better details and more materials will be more helpful. Poor slides.

創建者 Daniel F S L

2020年5月23日

Very very very boring. Please don't waste your time. Instructor only reads slides.

創建者 Aditya s c

2020年6月27日

absolutely not for beginners assumes way too much prior knowledge

創建者 Abdullah A F

2020年7月17日

Worst teaching style. Just reading slides

創建者 Aayush R

2020年5月22日

difficult to understand the professor

創建者 Lucas B

2018年8月27日

This course contains content similar to the first few weeks of an undergraduate networking course (I had one ~7 years ago). The timelines are very relaxed and is easily completed in the 5 weeks. However, the content is DIFFICULT without a background in knowing how to study -- watch the lectures, read the slides, read the book, work through problems, and expand your mind. The lectures are top-notch and realize those alone, in any course EVER, are not enough to learn difficult content. The only downside is the lack of responses from anyone (including mods) on the discussion forums.

創建者 Harsh D V

2020年6月2日

Nice course for beginners to learn about Computer Networks. This course is the first course from 4 courses of Computer Communications Specialization offered by the University of Colorado. Instructor Xiaobo Zhou is good at making students understand the concepts. You might find a little bit of a problem with his English pronunciation.

創建者 Praveenkumar G

2018年8月12日

Studying the advancement of any area of technology will not only inspire your natural interest, it will also give you a deeper understanding of the main achievements in that are. It will make you aware of the existing trends, and help you to evaluate the prospects of specific developments.

This course all above said.

創建者 Muhammad Y A

2020年9月14日

A great course!, I've learned so much about network communication, especially as an introduction, love the course, and the assignments!. You'll get the final exam as a peer-reviewed form. I think this is good for those who want to learn more about Computer Networks or will take similar courses in college.

創建者 Said A M

2020年5月9日

All thanks to Coursera community for the wonderful course of Network Communication Fundamentals i have just completed my scholarship few hours ago during this corona virus pandemic and it was found interesting and beneficial.

創建者 Ahmed A M

2020年8月17日

It was a very good start in Network communication.

The lectures, quizzes, and materials are designed in a very good manner to reach the end of the course with the needed fundamentals.

創建者 Güray Ç

2018年3月18日

It is a great course. The chapters amazed me. It made me to decide learn socket programming. I know my network skills will be improved after finish this course.

創建者 Vamanapalli B P

2019年11月7日

I learned many things from this course thanks for coursera ....

understanding students who cann't with money providing free financial aid...

thank you so much..

創建者 Rashid G

2020年5月5日

I am university Student this course very help full to know about networking. And now i very easy clear my networking course in university....

創建者 Dr. V K P

2020年5月28日

Course is very good for learner of Communication Network. It gives complete insight of hardware and software parts of Communication Network.

創建者 Tarun G

2020年7月30日

it was helpful for me and it was easy for me cover it really quick since i have been studying about this for the last week or so in my uni.

創建者 Nguyen V D

2020年10月5日

This course is very useful .It's providing a lot of the information for my major.

I want to say thanks all of you who make this course.

創建者 Rodolpho A M

2020年7月14日

Great course! Definitely will help in my Cyber Security Career! Thanks to professor Zhou for the easy to understand explanations.

創建者 zerayines l

2020年8月4日

best course for me because i got unexpected knoeledge from this course . thanks for my instracture and all coursera helpers.

創建者 bharath h

2020年4月14日

A very good course learned amazing things. Thank you university of colorado and thank you coursera for such a great course.

創建者 Sameer H

2020年9月1日

Teaching was good, when you focus on the concept its very easy to learn and solve assignments.

thanks Mr. Xiaobo Zhou

創建者 ACHANA M

2019年12月27日

I have gained much more knowledge than what I expected.

Thanks to UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO

Thanks to COURSERA PLATFORM

創建者 SURESH

2020年7月13日

coursera is one of the best platform to learn new things also i would like thank my all teachers who suggest this

創建者 P T R

2020年5月5日

Excellent Course. The Professor has explained the contents of the course excellently.

Prof. P.Trinatha Rao