INF-3203 Advanced Distributed Systems - 10 stp
- Knowledge of the classic and contemporary state of the art literature on distributed systems.
- Knowledge of design and implementation principles in modern distributed systems.
- The best way to understand the systems described in the literature is by practice, and so an important part of the course is a substantial distributed system design and implementation project.
- Skills in participating in a technical discussion of advanced scientific papers
- Skills in systems-level programming. How to build a working prototype of a non-trivial distributed system including its architecture, design, and implementation.
- Skills in the languages, frameworks, and tools used to build a prototype distributed system
- Designing and performing performance measurements on distributed code
- Analyze the behavior of the developed prototype(s)
- Skills in presenting a system, giving a demonstration of it, and identify lessons learned.
- Identify research problems and challenges in distributed systems
- List the state-of-art tools and techniques for addressing research problems and challenges in distributed systems
- Competence to read scientific literature, and carefully extract information from it and present it coherently in public.
- Competence in selecting a suitable set of programming languages, frameworks, and tools for a given problem domain.
- Competence in asking relevant questions about computer based systems
- Conduct technical reviews, technical writing, and technical presentations
Oral exam counting 100%. Approved assignments give access to the final oral exam.
Course requirements: The coursework includes up to 3 written programming assignments graded "Approved" / "Not approved". Oral presentation of the assignments and demonstration of a working system can be claimed. Participation in the seminars is mandatory. Students must expect to prepare for, and give oral presentations of chosen articles in the seminars.
Grading scale: Letter grades A-F.
Re-sit examination: It will not be given a re-sit exam for this course, unless a postponed exam already is arranged (conditional re-sit exam). To get access to the re-sit exam the student must have passed the course requirements.
Postponed examination: The exam will be arranged as soon as practicably possible after the reasons for absence have ceased, and normally no later than two months after a new semester has commenced. It will be arranged an oral exam counting 100%. To get access to the postponed exam the student must have passed the course requirements.
For further details see: - Utfyllende bestemmelser for eksamener ved Fakultet for naturvitenskap og teknologi (only in Norwegian) - Regulations for examinations at the UiT
Lectures Spring 2018
First attendance: Monday January 15th 2018 at 14:15 in TEKNO 1.022AUD
prof. Otto Johan Anshus
prof. Dag Johansen
stip. Magnus Stenhaug
stip. Michael John Murphy