Date of Original Version

2010

Type

Article

Abstract or Description

The basic problem of communicating over a computer network can be illustrated by analogy. Imagine that a dozen people know they will be imprisoned, one person per cell. Each cell has a single light panel, featuring a light bulb, on/off buttons, and an ID number.

DOI

10.1145/1734263.1734313

Comments

And, although the framework details are described in the SIGCSE 2010 "Teaching Simplified Network Protocols" paper, you can read about the simplified protocols themselves in this earlier "primer" document.

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