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TDDD66 Mobile Networks



Course Overview

The figure above provides an overview of the course. In broad terms, the course is split into four parallel and interconnected tracks:
  • First column (blue boxes for lectures and exam in red): Six lectures (week36-39) and three problem solving lectures (week 40) in which we look closer, analyze, and discuss some of the scenarios from your group meetings.
  • Second column (green boxes for labs and deadline in red): Four lab sessions that can be used to discuss and demonstrate your assignments with/for the TA.
  • Third column (red milestone deadlines and yellow box for the final seminars): Course project with regular milestones and a final seminar.
  • Right-most margin (white circles): One scenario peer week, to be used in your work in PBL groups.
It is important to note that (by design) not all tracks will be synchronized at all times and some students (due to their individual projects) may know more than other students about some topics. It is strongly encouraged that you leverage this heterogeneity in your PBL meetings, such as to help each other get as much of the meetings as possible. In general, the expectation is that the more diverse projects you pick, the more you will learn as a group. In the course you will be evaluated based on three components (red and yellow):
  • Exam: Your individually written exam.
  • Project: Your written project reports, your feedback to other groups, the seminar, and your potential summary video.
  • You must also pass two assignments.
Both the project and assignments are done in pairs. We recommend that you work with the same partner for both the assignments and the project. The final grade in the course will primarily be based on the exam grade. See examination for details.

Page responsible: Niklas Carlsson
Last updated: 2014-08-31