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Distributed systems basic concepts: Students who do not earn this minimum must retake this course.
Final oral exam provides maximum of 40 points. Oral makeup exam provides maximum of 40 points.
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Student who during the semester earned 20 or more points and less than 40 points takes a makeup exam. Student who during the semester earned 40 or more points will take a final oral exam; the exam consists of discussion of the problems from partial exams, home assignments and answers to simple questions related to course topics.
Only students who, after passing the written part of the makeup exam managed to earn a total score of 40 or more points, can take an oral makeup exam, where the score consists of points earned through attending classes, home assignments, passing partial exams and passing the written racjnarske of makeup exam.
Students will acquire basic theoretical and practical knowledge in the area of administration and work with computer networks.
Also, students will get theoretical and practical knowledge in the area of distributed systems as well as protocols for their inter connections.
To get a positive final grade, students must earn a minimum llokalne 20 points at this exam. The makeup exam is structured as follows: Lectures consist of theoretical part, presentational descriptive examples, genesis and resolution of specific tasks.
Zaštita računarskih mreža
Students will learn about the theory, problems and applicative examples within thematic units, through lectures. Laboratory practice and home assignments will enable students continuous work and knowledge verification.
To get a positive final grade, students in this exam must earn a minimum of 20 points. Students who do not earn this minimum will take a makeup oral exam.
Additional examples and exam tasks are discussed and solved during the laboratory exercises.
During the course students will earn points according to the following system: In this way, students will have basis for application of studied material in engineering applications. Distributed operating systems services Distributed operating systems Resource usage Distributed transactions Replications Distributed multimedia systems Security File and name systems.