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Title: B.I.G. N.O.S.E. (Basic Inexpensive Grid for Networking and Operating Systems Experiments)
Authors: Brown, Timothy
Keywords: Computer Systems Organization sub_subject: General Computer Systems Organization sub_subject: Computer-Communication Networks,Computer Systems Organization sub_subject: Computer System Implementation ,Data Assurance, Security, TCP/IP Communication Protocol Stack modification, Administration, Hacking, Port Sniffing and Spoofing, Network Attack and Defense Strategies, Cryptography, Steganography, Kernel Modification and Rebuild, Parallel and Distributed OS Synchronization, Administration, Performance Measurement and Enhancement, Device Driver design and development, Logic Design/OS Interfaces, Database programming and administration
Issue Date: 13-May-2002
Abstract: College exposes computer science students to various computer ideas and concepts but often one has little chance to experiment with these ideas on a variety of operating systems and networking configurations. In many other courses, such as chemistry, students perform many lab experiments to supplement ideas they are exposed to. In computer science, however, students are often not allowed complete access to computer systems on campus because many people, including non-computer science majors, intend the systems for general use. The systems must be secure and manageable in bulk. Therefore, very little experimentation is allowed. I decided, along with my advisor, to build an "Operating Systems and Networking Sampler Internet". Voted Honorable Mention at 7th Annual CCSC Northeastern Conference, Worcester State College, Worcester Massachusetts, April 19-20, 2002
Other Identifiers: 261
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