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Next generation network technology course:

(Please note that this course is ONLY available for USP staff and students.)

Introduction for Relational Media System to QoS;

Free trial available
Offered by The University of Electro-Communications in Tokyo, Japan Link to Free Trail Course

Chapter 1 Introduction for Relational Media System
Chapter 2 Introduction for Information Network
Chapter 3 Network Topology
Chapter 4 Network Function and Network Model
Chapter 5 Data Transmission (1)
Chapter 6 Data Transmission (2)
Chapter 7 Multiplexing and Synchronization
Chapter 8 Switching and Routing
Chapter 9 Traffic and QoS(Quality of Service)
Chapter 10 Traffic and QoS (2)
(Main contents)

Linux course:

Open source and almost complete
Offered by Shinshu University, Nagano Japan

Linux is a free Unix-type operating system originally created by Linus Torvalds with the assistance of developers around the world. Developed under the GNU General Public License, the source code for Linux is freely available to everyone.

Due to the very nature of Linux's functionality and availability, it has become quite popular worldwide and a vast number of software programmers have taken Linux's source code and adapted it to meet their individual needs. At this time, there are dozens of ongoing projects for porting Linux to various hardware configurations and purposes. This course is an introductory level one for Windows users.Link to Syllabus

Table of Contents
Chapter 1 - What is Linux
Chapter 2 - Linux Installation
Chapter 3 - Basic Commands
Chapter 4 - Users
Chapter 5 - System
Chapter 6 - Processes and Daemons
Chapter 7 - Network
Chapter 8 - Software Installation
Chapter 9 - X Window System
Chapter 10 - Sources of Linux Information

Java course:

Open platform and ubiquitous language in our life; almost complete
Offered by Shinshu University, Nagano Japan

The Java programming language is robust and versatile, enabling developers to write software on one platform and run it on another, creating programs to run within a web browser, developing server-side
applications for online forums, and more. Java is a typical open platform language on Windows, Linux, Mac, PDM and even mobile phone. Java is a very suitable and secure language for Internet application.Link to Syllabus (still in Japanese).

Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Background of Java
Chapter 2. Mechanism of Java
Chapter 3. Class and method
Chapter 4. Capsule and scope
Chapter 5. Extention
Chapter 6. AWT/SWING
Chapter 7. Applets
Chapter 8. Java programing
Chapter 9. Servlet/JSP
Chapter 10. Detailed Servlet
Chapter 11. JSP
Chapter 12. JSP/Servlet/javaBeans

Mizar course:

Computer evaluated course for mathematics demonstration; Free trial available
Offered by Shinshu University, Nagano Japan.

Mizar is a general term of a project that formalized the use of computers by the Mizar society lead by Prof. Andrzej Trybulec of Warsaw University in Poland. The Mizar project is carried out by describing
mathematical demonstrations by the Mizar language. Mizar was created to describe mathematics by using computers and checking them with a Mizar proof checker on a IBM-PC for Mizar library registration.

The purpose of this project is to create a system for checking mathematical thesis. In Mizar, text that have descriptions of mathematical demonstrations are called article. When we write new articles, we can refer to articles that have been previously checked and registered in the Mizar library. When that article is registered in the Mizar library, other articles will be able to refer to it. Link Mizar Homepage.

Chapter 1 A Summary of Mizar
Chapter 2 An Outline of the Mizar Language
Chapter 3 The Structure of the Mizar Article
Chapter 4 Method for Demonstration
Chapter 5 About Mode
Chapter 6 Definition
Chapter 7 Practice Environment
Chapter 8 Registering to the Library