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COMPSCI 345

: Human-computer Interaction
2024 Semester One (1243)
Human behaviour and humans' expectations of computers. Computer interfaces and the interaction between humans and computers. The significance of the user interface, interface design and user centred design process in software development. Interface usability evaluation methodologies and practice. Includes a group development and evaluation project using current implementation techniques and tools.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 230 or SOFTENG 206
Restriction: SOFTENG 350
702

COMPSCI 345

: Human-computer Interaction
2023 Semester One (1233)
Human behaviour and humans' expectations of computers. Computer interfaces and the interaction between humans and computers. The significance of the user interface, interface design and user centred design process in software development. Interface usability evaluation methodologies and practice. Includes a group development and evaluation project using current implementation techniques and tools.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 230 or SOFTENG 206
Restriction: SOFTENG 350
703

COMPSCI 345

: Human-computer Interaction
2022 Semester One (1223)
Human behaviour and humans' expectations of computers. Computer interfaces and the interaction between humans and computers. The significance of the user interface, interface design and user centred design process in software development. Interface usability evaluation methodologies and practice. Includes a group development and evaluation project using current implementation techniques and tools.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 230 or SOFTENG 206
Restriction: SOFTENG 350
704

COMPSCI 345

: Human-computer Interaction
2021 Semester One (1213)
Human behaviour and humans' expectations of computers. Computer interfaces and the interaction between humans and computers. The significance of the user interface, interface design and user centred design process in software development. Interface usability evaluation methodologies and practice. Includes a group development and evaluation project using current implementation techniques and tools.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 230 or SOFTENG 206
Restriction: SOFTENG 350
705

COMPSCI 345

: Human-computer Interaction
2020 Semester One (1203)
Human behaviour and humans' expectations of computers. Computer interfaces and the interaction between humans and computers. The significance of the user interface, interface design and user centred design process in software development. Interface usability evaluation methodologies and practice. Includes a group development and evaluation project using current implementation techniques and tools.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 230 or SOFTENG 206
Restriction: SOFTENG 350
706

COMPSCI 350

: Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science
2024 Semester One (1243)
The aim of this course is to present mathematical models for programming languages and computation, and derive some theorems regarding what can and cannot be computed. Abstract programming languages (finite automata, context-free grammars, Turing and register machines) are studied. Basic concepts for programming languages, limits on computational power and algorithmic complexity are presented. Church-Turing thesis and quantum computing are briefly and critically discussed.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 220 or PHIL 222, and COMPSCI 225 or MATHS 254
707

COMPSCI 350

: Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science
2023 Semester One (1233)
The aim of this course is to present mathematical models for programming languages and computation, and derive some theorems regarding what can and cannot be computed. Abstract programming languages (finite automata, context-free grammars, Turing and register machines) are studied. Basic concepts for programming languages, limits on computational power and algorithmic complexity are presented. Church-Turing thesis and quantum computing are briefly and critically discussed.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 220 or PHIL 222, and COMPSCI 225 or MATHS 254
708

COMPSCI 350

: Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science
2022 Semester One (1223)
The aim of this course is to present mathematical models for programming languages and computation, and derive some theorems regarding what can and cannot be computed. Abstract programming languages (finite automata, context-free grammars, Turing and register machines) are studied. Basic concepts for programming languages, limits on computational power and algorithmic complexity are presented. Church-Turing thesis and quantum computing are briefly and critically discussed.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 220 or PHIL 222, and 15 points from COMPSCI 225, MATHS 254, 255
709

COMPSCI 350

: Mathematical Foundations of Computer Science
2020 Semester One (1203)
The aim of this course is to present mathematical models for programming languages and computation, and derive some theorems regarding what can and cannot be computed. Abstract programming languages (finite automata, context-free grammars, Turing and register machines) are studied. Basic concepts for programming languages, limits on computational power and algorithmic complexity are presented. Church-Turing thesis and quantum computing are briefly and critically discussed.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 220 or PHIL 222, and 15 points from COMPSCI 225, MATHS 254, 255
710

COMPSCI 351

: Fundamentals of Database Systems
2024 Semester One (1243)
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.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 220, and COMPSCI 225 or MATHS 254
Restriction: COMPSCI 751, SOFTENG 351
711

COMPSCI 351

: Fundamentals of Database Systems
2023 Semester One (1233)
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.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 220, and COMPSCI 225 or MATHS 254
Restriction: COMPSCI 751, SOFTENG 351
712

COMPSCI 351

: Fundamentals of Database Systems
2022 Semester One (1223)
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.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 220 and 15 points from COMPSCI 225, MATHS 254, 255
Restriction: COMPSCI 751, SOFTENG 351
713

COMPSCI 351

: Fundamentals of Database Systems
2021 Semester One (1213)
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.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 220 and 15 points from COMPSCI 225, MATHS 254, 255
Restriction: COMPSCI 751, SOFTENG 351
714

COMPSCI 361

: Machine Learning
2024 Semester One (1243)
Machine learning is a branch of artificial intelligence concerned with making accurate, interpretable, computationally efficient, and robust inferences from data to solve a given problem. Understand the foundations of machine learning, and introduce practical skills to solve different problems.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 220, and 15 points from DATASCI 100, STATS 101, 108, and 15 points from COMPSCI 225, MATHS 254, 255
Restriction: COMPSCI 762
715

COMPSCI 361

: Machine Learning
2023 Semester One (1233)
Machine learning is a branch of artificial intelligence concerned with making accurate, interpretable, computationally efficient, and robust inferences from data to solve a given problem. Understand the foundations of machine learning, and introduce practical skills to solve different problems.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 220, and 15 points from DATASCI 100, STATS 101, 108, and 15 points from COMPSCI 225, MATHS 254, 255
Restriction: COMPSCI 762
716

COMPSCI 361

: Machine Learning
2022 Semester One (1223)
Machine learning is a branch of artificial intelligence concerned with making accurate, interpretable, computationally efficient, and robust inferences from data to solve a given problem. Understand the foundations of machine learning, and introduce practical skills to solve different problems.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 220, and 15 points from DATASCI 100, STATS 101, 108, and 15 points from COMPSCI 225, MATHS 254, 255
Restriction: COMPSCI 762
717

COMPSCI 361

: Machine Learning
2021 Semester One (1213)
Machine learning is a branch of artificial intelligence concerned with making accurate, interpretable, computationally efficient, and robust inferences from data to solve a given problem. Understand the foundations of machine learning, and introduce practical skills to solve different problems.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 220, and 15 points from DATASCI 100, STATS 101, 108, and 15 points from COMPSCI 225, MATHS 254, 255
Restriction: COMPSCI 762
718

COMPSCI 361

: Machine Learning
2020 Semester One (1203)
Machine learning is a branch of artificial intelligence concerned with making accurate, interpretable, computationally efficient, and robust inferences from data to solve a given problem. Understand the foundations of machine learning, and introduce practical skills to solve different problems.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 220, and 15 points from DATASCI 100, STATS 101, 108, and 15 points from COMPSCI 225, MATHS 254, 255
Restriction: COMPSCI 762
719

COMPSCI 367

: Artificial Intelligence
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Covers algorithms and representational schemes used in artificial intelligence. AI search techniques (e.g., heuristic search, constraint satisfaction, etc.) for solving both optimal and satisficing tasks. Tasks such as game playing (adversarial search), planning, and natural language processing. Discusses and examines the history and future of AI and the ethics surrounding the use of AI in society.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 220 and COMPSCI 225 or MATHS 254, or SOFTENG 282 and 284
Restriction: COMPSCI 761
720

COMPSCI 367

: Artificial Intelligence
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Covers algorithms and representational schemes used in artificial intelligence. AI search techniques (e.g., heuristic search, constraint satisfaction, etc.) for solving both optimal and satisficing tasks. Tasks such as game playing (adversarial search), planning, and natural language processing. Discusses and examines the history and future of AI and the ethics surrounding the use of AI in society.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 220, and COMPSCI 225 or MATHS 254
Restriction: COMPSCI 761
721

COMPSCI 367

: Artificial Intelligence
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Covers algorithms and representational schemes used in artificial intelligence. AI search techniques (e.g., heuristic search, constraint satisfaction, etc.) for solving both optimal and satisficing tasks. Tasks such as game playing (adversarial search), planning, and natural language processing. Discusses and examines the history and future of AI and the ethics surrounding the use of AI in society.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 220 and 15 points from COMPSCI 225, MATHS 254, 255
Restriction: COMPSCI 761
722

COMPSCI 367

: Artificial Intelligence
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Covers algorithms and representational schemes used in artificial intelligence. AI search techniques (e.g., heuristic search, constraint satisfaction, etc.) for solving both optimal and satisficing tasks. Tasks such as game playing (adversarial search), planning, and natural language processing. Discusses and examines the history and future of AI and the ethics surrounding the use of AI in society.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 220 and 15 points from COMPSCI 225, MATHS 254, 255
Restriction: COMPSCI 761
723

COMPSCI 367

: Artificial Intelligence
2020 Semester Two (1205)
The cornerstones of AI: representation, utilisation, and acquisition of knowledge. Taking a real world problem and representing it in a computer so that the computer can do inference. Utilising this knowledge and acquiring new knowledge is done by search which is the main technique behind planning and machine learning.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 220 and 15 points from COMPSCI 225, MATHS 254, 255
Restriction: COMPSCI 761
724

COMPSCI 369

: Computational Methods in Interdisciplinary Science
2024 Semester One (1243)
Many sciences use computational methods that involve the development and application of computer algorithms and software to answer scientific questions. This course looks at how to tackle these interdisciplinary problems through methods like probabilistic computer modelling, computer-based statistical inference, and computer simulations. The material is largely motivated by the life sciences but also uses examples from other sciences. It focuses on modelling and analysing real-world data with an emphasis on analysing DNA sequence data. No background in physical or life sciences is assumed.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 220, and COMPSCI 225 or MATHS 254
725

COMPSCI 369

: Computational Methods in Interdisciplinary Science
2023 Semester One (1233)
Many sciences use computational methods that involve the development and application of computer algorithms and software to answer scientific questions. This course looks at how to tackle these interdisciplinary problems through methods like probabilistic computer modelling, computer-based statistical inference, and computer simulations. The material is largely motivated by the life sciences but also uses examples from other sciences. It focuses on modelling and analysing real-world data with an emphasis on analysing DNA sequence data. No background in physical or life sciences is assumed.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 220, and COMPSCI 225 or MATHS 254