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3226

COMPSCI 727

: Cryptographic Management
2020 Semester One (1203)
Focuses on cryptographic systems used in securing communications and data storage. Provides an overview of encryption algorithms including symmetric key cryptography, public key infrastructure, digital signatures and certificate technologies. The course covers management issues related to cryptography and explores current research and developments in this area. Recommended preparation: COMPSCI 210 or MATHS 120
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: Approval of the Academic Head or nominee

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3227

COMPSCI 747

: Computing Education
2020 Semester One (1203)
An overview of topics related to the use of technology in education and how people learn computer science concepts. Topics include research methodologies used in computer science education, how novices learn to program, and how technology can engage students in active learning, facilitate collaboration and enhance traditional educational practice. Recommended preparation: 30 points at Stage III in Computer Science
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: Approval of the Academic Head or nominee

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3228

COMPSCI 751

: Advanced Topics in Database Systems
2020 Semester One (1203)
Database principles. Relational model, relational algebra, relational calculus, SQL, SQL and programming languages, entity-relationship model, normalisation, query processing and query optimisation, ACID transactions, transaction isolation levels, database recovery, database security, databases and XML. Research frontiers in database systems. Recommended preparation: COMPSCI 220, 225.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: Approval of the Academic Head or nominee
Restriction: COMPSCI 351, SOFTENG 351

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3229

COMPSCI 765

: Interactive Cognitive Systems
2020 Semester One (1203)
Many aspects of intelligence involve interacting with other agents. This suggests that a computational account of the mind should include formalisms for representing models of others' mental states, mechanisms for reasoning about them, and techniques for altering them. This course will examine the role of knowledge and search in these contexts, covering topics such as collaborative problem solving, dialogue processing, social cognition, emotion, moral cognition, and personality, as well as their application to synthetic characters and human-robot interaction.
Subject: Computer Science
Recommended preparation: COMPSCI 367 Prerequisite: Approval of the Academic Head or nominee

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3230

COMPSCI 769

: Natural Language Processing
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Examines the progress in enabling AI systems to use natural language for communication and knowledge storage. Explores knowledge formalisation, storage, multiple knowledge systems, theory formation, and the roles and risks of belief, explanation, and argumentation in AI. Includes a significant individual research project.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 361 or 762, or COMPSCI 713 and 714

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3231

COMPSCI 773

: Intelligent Vision Systems
2020 Semester One (1203)
Computational methods and techniques for computer vision are applied to real-world problems such as 2/3D face biometrics, autonomous navigation, and vision-guided robotics based on 3D scene description. A particular feature of the course work is the emphasis on complete system design. Recommended preparation: COMPSCI 373 and 15 points at Stage II in Mathematics.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: Approval of Academic Head or nominee

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3232

COMPSCI 780

: Postgraduate Project in Computer Science 1
2020 Semester One (1203)
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: Approval of Academic Head or nominee
Restriction: COMPSCI 691 To complete this course students must enrol in COMPSCI 780 A and B, or COMPSCI 780

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3233

COMPSCI 791B

: Research Project
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Subject: Computer Science
To complete this course students must enrol in COMPSCI 791 A and B, or COMPSCI 791

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3234

DATASCI 792B

: Dissertation
2021 Semester One (1213)
Subject: Data Science
To complete this course students must enrol in DATASCI 792 A and B, or DATASCI 792
3235

DATASCI 792B

: Dissertation
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Subject: Data Science
To complete this course students must enrol in DATASCI 792 A and B, or DATASCI 792
3236

EARTHSCI 105

: Natural Hazards in New Zealand
2020 Semester Two (1205)
New Zealanders are exposed to extreme natural events and processes including earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, weather bombs, storm surge, tsunami, flooding, landslides and erosion. The physical context for each hazard is provided, drawing on the disciplines of geology, geomorphology and climatology. The frequency and magnitude of natural hazards for New Zealand are considered using different sources. Impacts on modern society are discussed using case studies and scenario modelling.
Subject: Earth Sciences
Restriction: GEOG 105, 105G, GEOLOGY 110

Outline is not available yet

3237

EARTHSCI 105

: Natural Hazards in New Zealand
2020 Semester One (1203)
New Zealanders are exposed to extreme natural events and processes including earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, weather bombs, storm surge, tsunami, flooding, landslides and erosion. The physical context for each hazard is provided, drawing on the disciplines of geology, geomorphology and climatology. The frequency and magnitude of natural hazards for New Zealand are considered using different sources. Impacts on modern society are discussed using case studies and scenario modelling.
Subject: Earth Sciences
Restriction: GEOG 105, 105G, GEOLOGY 110

Outline is not available yet

3238

EARTHSCI 105G

: Earth’s Natural Hazards
2024 Semester Two (1245)
New Zealand experiences many natural hazards caused by the Earth’s natural processes through earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, weather bombs, storm surge, tsunami, flooding and wildfires. Focuses on spatial and temporal occurrences of disasters, hazard preparedness and recovery, and societal responses that affect and, sometimes, compound the magnitude of disasters. Case studies are drawn from contemporary and ancient societies.
Subject: Earth Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
3239

EARTHSCI 105G

: Earth’s Natural Hazards
2024 Semester One (1243)
New Zealand experiences many natural hazards caused by the Earth’s natural processes through earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, weather bombs, storm surge, tsunami, flooding and wildfires. Focuses on spatial and temporal occurrences of disasters, hazard preparedness and recovery, and societal responses that affect and, sometimes, compound the magnitude of disasters. Case studies are drawn from contemporary and ancient societies.
Subject: Earth Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
3240

EARTHSCI 105G

: Earth’s Natural Hazards
2024 Summer School (1240)
New Zealand experiences many natural hazards caused by the Earth’s natural processes through earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, weather bombs, storm surge, tsunami, flooding and wildfires. Focuses on spatial and temporal occurrences of disasters, hazard preparedness and recovery, and societal responses that affect and, sometimes, compound the magnitude of disasters. Case studies are drawn from contemporary and ancient societies.
Subject: Earth Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
3241

EARTHSCI 105G

: Earth’s Natural Hazards
2023 Semester Two (1235)
New Zealand experiences many natural hazards caused by the Earth’s natural processes through earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, weather bombs, storm surge, tsunami, flooding and wildfires. Focuses on spatial and temporal occurrences of disasters, hazard preparedness and recovery, and societal responses that affect and, sometimes, compound the magnitude of disasters. Case studies are drawn from contemporary and ancient societies.
Subject: Earth Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
3242

EARTHSCI 105G

: Earth’s Natural Hazards
2023 Semester One (1233)
New Zealand experiences many natural hazards caused by the Earth’s natural processes through earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, weather bombs, storm surge, tsunami, flooding and wildfires. Focuses on spatial and temporal occurrences of disasters, hazard preparedness and recovery, and societal responses that affect and, sometimes, compound the magnitude of disasters. Case studies are drawn from contemporary and ancient societies.
Subject: Earth Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
3243

EARTHSCI 105G

: Earth’s Natural Hazards
2022 Semester One (1223)
New Zealand experiences many natural hazards caused by the Earth’s natural processes through earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, weather bombs, storm surge, tsunami, flooding and wildfires. Focuses on spatial and temporal occurrences of disasters, hazard preparedness and recovery, and societal responses that affect and, sometimes, compound the magnitude of disasters. Case studies are drawn from contemporary and ancient societies.
Subject: Earth Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
3244

EARTHSCI 105G

: Earth’s Natural Hazards
2022 Summer School (1220)
New Zealand experiences many natural hazards caused by the Earth’s natural processes through earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, weather bombs, storm surge, tsunami, flooding and wildfires. Focuses on spatial and temporal occurrences of disasters, hazard preparedness and recovery, and societal responses that affect and, sometimes, compound the magnitude of disasters. Case studies are drawn from contemporary and ancient societies.
Subject: Earth Sciences
No pre-requisites or restrictions
3245

EARTHSCI 105G

: Natural Hazards in New Zealand
2020 Semester Two (1205)
New Zealanders are exposed to extreme natural events and processes including earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, weather bombs, storm surge, tsunami, flooding, landslides and erosion. The physical context for each hazard is provided, drawing on the disciplines of geology, geomorphology and climatology. The frequency and magnitude of natural hazards for New Zealand are considered using different sources. Impacts on modern society are discussed using case studies and scenario modelling.
Subject: Earth Sciences
Restriction: GEOG 105, 105G, GEOLOGY 110

Outline is not available yet

3246

EARTHSCI 105G

: Natural Hazards in New Zealand
2020 Semester One (1203)
New Zealanders are exposed to extreme natural events and processes including earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, weather bombs, storm surge, tsunami, flooding, landslides and erosion. The physical context for each hazard is provided, drawing on the disciplines of geology, geomorphology and climatology. The frequency and magnitude of natural hazards for New Zealand are considered using different sources. Impacts on modern society are discussed using case studies and scenario modelling.
Subject: Earth Sciences
Restriction: GEOG 105, 105G, GEOLOGY 110

Outline is not available yet

3247

EARTHSCI 205G

: New Zealand: Half a Billion Years on the Edge
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Take a 500 million year journey through time following the geologic and biologic development of New Zealand from humble beginnings on the edge of the ancient supercontinent Gondwana to the present day geologically dynamic land mass beset by volcanic eruptions, earthquakes and massive erosion as a consequence of being located on the edge of the Earth's largest tectonic plate.
Subject: Earth Sciences
Prerequisite: 75 points passed
3248

EARTHSCI 205G

: New Zealand: Half a Billion Years on the Edge
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Take a 500 million year journey through time following the geologic and biologic development of New Zealand from humble beginnings on the edge of the ancient supercontinent Gondwana to the present day geologically dynamic land mass beset by volcanic eruptions, earthquakes and massive erosion as a consequence of being located on the edge of the Earth's largest tectonic plate.
Subject: Earth Sciences
Prerequisite: 75 points passed
3249

EARTHSCI 220

: Practice in Earth Sciences 1
2020 Semester Two (1205)
A practical and field based course that introduces and develops theory and work flows to enable students to read, document and interpret landforms and landscapes in 4-D. Students will be required to participate in a residential field experience and undertake independent field work.
Subject: Earth Sciences
Prerequisite: 15 points from EARTHSCI 120, GEOG 101
Restriction: EARTHSCI 201, 260

Outline is not available yet

3250

EARTHSCI 220

: Practice in Earth Sciences 1
2020 Semester One (1203)
A practical and field based course that introduces and develops theory and work flows to enable students to read, document and interpret landforms and landscapes in 4-D. Students will be required to participate in a residential field experience and undertake independent field work.
Subject: Earth Sciences
Prerequisite: 15 points from EARTHSCI 120, GEOG 101
Restriction: EARTHSCI 201, 260

Outline is not available yet