Two class periods of lecture and one 1-hour of laboratory period per week. Representation of digital information.
Introduction to system-level programming with an emphasis on C programming, process management, and small scale concurrency with multi-threaded programming. Bioinformatics Also offered as BME Design and evaluation of control and data structures for digital systems.
Computers in Modern Society Three credits. Features used for parallel and distributed processing. Problem solving with the computer, basics of data representation and computer organization, procedural and object-oriented programming in a modern language including control structures, functions and parameter passing, one and two dimensional arrays, numerical error and basic numerical methods.
Design and implementation of intelligent systems, in areas such as natural language processing, expert reasoning, planning, robotics, problem solving and learning.
Fundamentals of the theory of parallel systems. The emphasis is on understanding how to efficiently implement different data structures, communicate clearly about design decisions, and understand the relationships among implementations, design decisions, and the four pillars of object-oriented programming: CSE or and Not open for credit to students who have passed CSE or Will culminate in the delivery of the design, analysis, and initial working system, to be used as a basis for CSEformal public presentation, and written documentation.
The second semester of the required year long major design experience. Introduction to Discrete Systems Three credits.
Introduction to Modern Cryptography Three credits.
The principle and practices of how to provide secure communication between computer systems. To be considered for acceptance into the Accelerated B.
Introduction to computer security and the design of secure computer systems. Software issues include operating systems, programming languages, program verification and analysis. Formal models of computation, such as finite state automata, pushdown automata, and Turing machines, and their corresponding elements in formal languages regular, context-free, recursively enumerable.
Two class periods and two 1-hour program design periods. Hardware topics include various design alternatives such as microcontrollers, digital signal processors DSPand field-programmable gate array FPGA in resource-constrained environments. Practice in the analysis of complex issues brought about by modern technology.
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