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Tutorial: Network Protocols and Architectures (WS 12/13)


  • The tutorials start 02. November 2012.


Event type:
Part of:
Lecture Network Protocols and Architectures
Contact persons:
Arne Ludwig (contact, tutorial management)
Oliver Hohlfeld (tutorial management)
Juhoon Kim
Thomas Krenc
Felix Poloczek
Enric Pujol

Time and Room

Group 1
Mo, 2 p.m. - 4 p.m.
A 060
First meeting:
5 November 2012
Group 2
Di, 10 a.m. - 12 a.m.
Fh 301
First meeting:
6 November 2012
Group 3
Fr, 10 a.m. - 12 a.m.
MAR 0.015
First meeting:
2 November 2012
Group 4
Fr, 10 a.m. – 12 a.m.
TEL 1119
First meeting:
2 November 2012


Rules Regarding Group Work Solutions

We do allow and encourage group work but we require that each of you is handing in a separate solution. As such we require you to adhere to the following rules:

  • Please, get together in a group, discuss the assignment, and work out the correct solution—but (and this holds especially for free text parts):
  • Every student must write up his or her own solution. It is not OK to copy complete paragraphs. Our motivation for this rule is that every student should understand the solution he or she is handing in. As such, it is not tolerated to solve the homework by cut-and-paste. Moreover, since we cannot decide who is the original author we will grade all copies of the same solution with zero points. This means that once we discover the same paragraph in two or more homework solutions we will grade all these solutions with zero points.
  • It is not neccessary to produce handwritten solutions, and it is allowed to copy-and-paste outputs of programs into your solution.

In addition we want to remind you that copying solutions verbatim from the Internet or any other third party sources has never been allowed. This is considered plagiarism and we will grade it with zero points. If we discover repeated offenses by the same student the student will not pass the class. Please refer to a decision of our department (German) for further details.

Tutorial Management via ISIS

Please register if you want to take the tutorials. You can also use ISIS to submit your homework and check your grading.

You need to have a tubIT account to use the ISIS website. If you do not have a tubIT account and you are a TU Berlin student please get one from tubIT. If you are not a student of TU Berlin, write an email to .

Submission of Solutions

There are two possibilities to submit your solutions of the assignments:

  1. Upload it via ISIS → NPA (tba). This can be done all week, but on Thursday, 1:55 p.m., the latest!
  2. Bring your solution to the Telefunken building and put it into the post box behind the porter's lodge. This can be done all week, but on Thursday, 1:55 p.m., the latest!
    The post box will be cleared each thursday before the lecture at 12:00 p.m. (for assignments in both languages).

Every student taking the tutorials has to hand in a solution for the homework. Solutions are only accepted on paper (postbox) or as PDF files (not Word .doc or Openoffice files) via ISIS/Moodle. Emails to the tutors will not be accepted!

Good Luck!


The details for registering for the exam are to be announced and will be given in the lecture and the tutorials as well. You need 50% of the possible points to pass the tutorials.

Again: Not passing the tutorials means that you will only get 2 SWS / 3 LP for this course. This does not satisfy the requirement of the module "Netzwerkarchitekturen – Grundlagen" (MINF-KT-NA/Glg.W12).

Grading Bonus

There will be a grading bonus for those who achieve sufficient points for their homework solutions (tutorials):

  • A bonus of 0.3 if at least 60% of the possible points are achieved.
  • A bonus of 0.7 if at least 75% of the possible points are achieved.

The requirement for granting the bonus is to pass the exam without the bonus! (Those who do not pass will not pass due to the bonus.)

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