RANDOM PROCESSES FOR INFORMATION REPRESENTATION AND DECISION SUPPORT
The class aims at giving the basic knowledge of the main networks technologies with a particular focus on Internet and wireless ones and their usage within monitoring and emergency management. The class contents are organized into four parts, addressing network basics, Internet technologies (TCP/IP), wireless technologies and finally their applications for monitoring and emergency management.
The course introduces the key concepts related to stochastic modeling in the framework of disaster risk prevention and assessment. Basic knowledge will be provided about probability theory, random variables, stochastic processes, and Bayesian decision theory. Examples of applications to problems of data modeling and analysis associated with risk applications will be discussed.
AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
• Telecommunication Network Basics
• Internet Architecture;
• Internet Application layer;
• UDP/TCP; • IPv4/6;
• Wireless Network Technologies Basics;
• Mobile Radio Technologies;
• Wi-Fi (IEEE 802.11);
• Bluetooth (IEEE 802.15.1);
• Sensor Networks;
• Network technologies applied to monitoring and emergency management
- Issues, applications and practical examples.
Ricevimento: Appointment upon students' requests (direct or by email).
Ricevimento: Appointment upon students' requests.
RAFFAELE BOLLA (President)
FRANCO DAVOLI (President Substitute)
|16/06/2021||10:00||SAVONA||Scritto + Orale|
|30/06/2021||10:00||SAVONA||Scritto + Orale|
|14/07/2021||10:00||SAVONA||Scritto + Orale|
|08/09/2021||10:00||SAVONA||Scritto + Orale|