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751

COMPSCI 701

: Creating Maintainable Software
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Developing maintainable software has been an ongoing challenge in the software industry. This course presents the principles and practices that have been proposed for developing maintainable software systems. It will evaluate and critique these principles and practices through examining their application in practice and through understanding the research on their effectiveness. Recommended preparation: COMPSCI 331 or 718
Subject: Computer Science
No pre-requisites or restrictions
752

COMPSCI 701

: Creating Maintainable Software
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Developing maintainable software has been an ongoing challenge in the software industry. This course presents the principles and practices that have been proposed for developing maintainable software systems. It will evaluate and critique these principles and practices through examining their application in practice and through understanding the research on their effectiveness.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 235 or 718
753

COMPSCI 701

: Creating Maintainable Software
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Developing maintainable software has been an ongoing challenge in the software industry. This course presents the principles and practices that have been proposed for developing maintainable software systems. It will evaluate and critique these principles and practices through examining their application in practice and through understanding the research on their effectiveness.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 235 or 718
754

COMPSCI 701

: Special Topic: Creating Maintainable Software
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Developing maintainable software has been an ongoing challenge in the software industry. This course presents the principles and practices that have been proposed for developing maintainable software systems. It will evaluate and critique these principles and practices through examining their application in practice and through understanding the research on their effectiveness.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: Approval of Academic Head or nominee
755

COMPSCI 701

: Special Topic: Creating Maintainable Software
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Developing maintainable software has been an ongoing challenge in the software industry. This course presents the principles and practices that have been proposed for developing maintainable software systems. It will evaluate and critique these principles and practices through examining their application in practice and through understanding the research on their effectiveness.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: Approval of Academic Head or nominee
756

COMPSCI 702

: Security for Smart-devices
2021 Semester One (1213)
Covers security features supported by the different platforms for smart devices. Provides an overview of the most popular OS platforms in the market and focuses on security for Android and iOS. Recommended preparation: COMPSCI 340
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: Approval of the Academic Head or nominee
757

COMPSCI 702

: Security for Smart-devices
2020 Semester One (1203)
Covers security features supported by the different platforms for smart devices. Provides an overview of the most popular OS platforms in the market and focuses on security for Android and iOS. Recommended preparation: COMPSCI 340
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: Approval of the Academic Head or nominee
758

COMPSCI 705

: Advanced Topics in Human Computer Interaction
2024 Semester Two (1245)
Human aspects of computer systems, relevant to commercial solution development and computer science research. Sample topics: advanced evaluation methods; support of pen and touch-based interaction; trends with domain specific user interface design, such as interfaces for enterprise systems. Recommended preparation: COMPSCI 345 or SOFTENG 350.
Subject: Computer Science
Restriction: SOFTENG 702
759

COMPSCI 705

: Advanced Topics in Human Computer Interaction
2023 Semester Two (1235)
Human aspects of computer systems, relevant to commercial solution development and computer science research. Sample topics: advanced evaluation methods; support of pen and touch-based interaction; trends with domain specific user interface design, such as interfaces for enterprise systems. Recommended preparation: COMPSCI 345 or SOFTENG 350.
Subject: Computer Science
Restriction: SOFTENG 702
760

COMPSCI 705

: Advanced Topics in Human Computer Interaction
2022 Semester Two (1225)
Human aspects of computer systems, relevant to commercial solution development and computer science research. Sample topics: advanced evaluation methods; support of pen and touch-based interaction; trends with domain specific user interface design, such as interfaces for enterprise systems. Recommended preparation: COMPSCI 345 or SOFTENG 350.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: Approval of the Academic Head or nominee
Restriction: SOFTENG 702
761

COMPSCI 705

: Advanced Topics in Human Computer Interaction
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Human aspects of computer systems, relevant to commercial solution development and computer science research. Sample topics: advanced evaluation methods; support of pen and touch-based interaction; trends with domain specific user interface design, such as interfaces for enterprise systems. Recommended preparation: COMPSCI 345 or SOFTENG 350.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: Approval of the Academic Head or nominee
Restriction: SOFTENG 702
762

COMPSCI 705

: Advanced Topics in Human Computer Interaction
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Human aspects of computer systems, relevant to commercial solution development and computer science research. Sample topics: advanced evaluation methods; support of pen and touch-based interaction; trends with domain specific user interface design, such as interfaces for enterprise systems. Recommended preparation: COMPSCI 345 or SOFTENG 350.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: Approval of the Academic Head or nominee
Restriction: SOFTENG 702
763

COMPSCI 711

: Parallel and Distributed Computing
2024 Semester One (1243)
Computer architectures and languages for exploring parallelism, conceptual models of parallelism, principles for programming in a parallel environment, different models to achieve interprocess communication, concurrency control, distributed algorithms and fault tolerance.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 320 or 335
764

COMPSCI 711

: Parallel and Distributed Computing
2023 Semester One (1233)
Computer architectures and languages for exploring parallelism, conceptual models of parallelism, principles for programming in a parallel environment, different models to achieve interprocess communication, concurrency control, distributed algorithms and fault tolerance.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: COMPSCI 320 or 335
765

COMPSCI 711

: Parallel and Distributed Computing
2022 Semester One (1223)
Computer architectures and languages for exploring parallelism, conceptual models of parallelism, principles for programming in a parallel environment, different models to achieve interprocess communication, concurrency control, distributed algorithms and fault tolerance. Recommended preparation: COMPSCI 335.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: Approval of the Academic Head or nominee
766

COMPSCI 711

: Parallel and Distributed Computing
2021 Semester Two (1215)
Computer architectures and languages for exploring parallelism, conceptual models of parallelism, principles for programming in a parallel environment, different models to achieve interprocess communication, concurrency control, distributed algorithms and fault tolerance. Recommended preparation: COMPSCI 335.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: Approval of the Academic Head or nominee
767

COMPSCI 711

: Parallel and Distributed Computing
2020 Semester Two (1205)
Computer architectures and languages for exploring parallelism, conceptual models of parallelism, principles for programming in a parallel environment, different models to achieve interprocess communication, concurrency control, distributed algorithms and fault tolerance. Recommended preparation: COMPSCI 335.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: Approval of the Academic Head or nominee
768

COMPSCI 712

: AI Agency, Ethics and Society
2024 Semester One (1243)
Introduces students to a range of philosophical and normative topics relating to artificial intelligence. Examines key ideas of intelligence, privacy, consent, and discusses other ethical issues that arise in the development and use of AI. The importance of Māori rights and interests in AI and data are explored. Possible approaches to addressing these various concerns are considered.
Subject: Computer Science
No pre-requisites or restrictions
769

COMPSCI 713

: AI Fundamentals
2024 Semester One (1243)
Examines the core concepts and techniques in AI, including breakthroughs in symbolic AI, machine learning, and neural networks. Real-world applications are presented, with a focus on AI research in Aotearoa/NZ and ethical considerations. The course is designed to be accessible to students with limited programming experience.
Subject: Computer Science
No pre-requisites or restrictions
770

COMPSCI 714

: AI Architecture and Design
2024 Semester One (1243)
Equips students with the ability to develop AI applications by introducing well-established AI frameworks and using web-based interactive computing platforms. Students will acquire the skills to implement simple AI techniques using these frameworks and evaluate their performance. Introduces basic practical technologies to investigate artificial intelligence techniques.
Subject: Computer Science
No pre-requisites or restrictions
771

COMPSCI 715

: Advanced Computer Graphics
2024 Semester Two (1245)
An advanced look at current research issues in computer graphics. Typical topics include: ray-tracing acceleration methods; radiosity; subdivision surfaces; physically-based modelling; animation; image-based lighting and rendering; non-photorealistic rendering; advanced texturing. Recommended preparation: COMPSCI 373
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: Approval of the Academic Head or nominee
772

COMPSCI 715

: Advanced Computer Graphics
2023 Semester Two (1235)
An advanced look at current research issues in computer graphics. Typical topics include: ray-tracing acceleration methods; radiosity; subdivision surfaces; physically-based modelling; animation; image-based lighting and rendering; non-photorealistic rendering; advanced texturing. The precise content may vary from year to year. Consult the department for details. Recommended preparation: COMPSCI 373 or equivalent, and 15 points at Stage II in Mathematics.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: Approval of the Academic Head or nominee
773

COMPSCI 715

: Advanced Computer Graphics
2022 Semester Two (1225)
An advanced look at current research issues in computer graphics. Typical topics include: ray-tracing acceleration methods; radiosity; subdivision surfaces; physically-based modelling; animation; image-based lighting and rendering; non-photorealistic rendering; advanced texturing. The precise content may vary from year to year. Consult the department for details. Recommended preparation: COMPSCI 373 or equivalent, and 15 points at Stage II in Mathematics.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: Approval of the Academic Head or nominee
774

COMPSCI 715

: Advanced Computer Graphics
2021 Semester Two (1215)
An advanced look at current research issues in computer graphics. Typical topics include: ray-tracing acceleration methods; radiosity; subdivision surfaces; physically-based modelling; animation; image-based lighting and rendering; non-photorealistic rendering; advanced texturing. The precise content may vary from year to year. Consult the department for details. Recommended preparation: COMPSCI 373 or equivalent, and 15 points at Stage II in Mathematics.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: Approval of the Academic Head or nominee
775

COMPSCI 715

: Advanced Computer Graphics
2020 Semester Two (1205)
An advanced look at current research issues in computer graphics. Typical topics include: ray-tracing acceleration methods; radiosity; subdivision surfaces; physically-based modelling; animation; image-based lighting and rendering; non-photorealistic rendering; advanced texturing. The precise content may vary from year to year. Consult the department for details. Recommended preparation: COMPSCI 373 or equivalent, and 15 points at Stage II in Mathematics.
Subject: Computer Science
Prerequisite: Approval of the Academic Head or nominee