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The successful completion of a final oral examination covering the research project or thesis, when those plans are chosen, is required to graduate. A variety of programming languages and software packages are used at the graduate level.
Graduate students are expected to have the ability to immediately learn these languages and packages as needed for their programs.
CS and Considerations for the design of real-time systems. Introduction to basic techniques in automatic problem solving, pattern recognition, natural language processing, and robotics.
Graduate students will need to write a term paper on a topic in or related to AI. Covers output modes, basic algorithms, 2- and 3-D modeling, fractals, animation, and 3-D rendering. CS or equivalent. Survey of semantic models such as entity-relationship, network, relational, and hierarchical.
Design, security, and integrity considerations. Survey of operational systems and their relation to data models. CS or NET The class will focus on discrete event simulation, but will also cover Monte Carlos and continuous simulations.
Scientific method and statistics will be used to develop, analyze, and report on a student developed simulation project. CS or Principles include event-driven programming, control structures, properties, events, methods of controls, and forms. CS, or equivalent. Other possible topics include secure systems and formal models of operating systems.
CS G or equivalent. This course will examine topics such as relational database management system design RDBMSincluding discussion of the major components of a RDBMS; query optimization strategies and cost estimation techniques; active databases, advanced transaction processing; and concurrency control.
Construction and verification of simulation models.
One statistics course and familiarity with two programming languages. CS G, or equivalent. Survey of research papers from classic literature through contemporary research. Topics may include compiler optimization, hardware optimization, branch prediction, speculation, exploitation of instructional-and loop-level parallelism, etc.
CS or G, or equivalent. Possible topics include the study of 3-D modeling for, and the development of, multi-user virtual words. A written report is required. Completion of nine graduate hours in computer science with a GPA of at least 3.
This course is designed to give students knowledge at the frontier of a rapidly changing technology.2 Cambridge IGCSE Computer Studies Examination in June and November 1. Introduction Why choose Cambridge? University of Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) is the world’s largest provider of international.
The minimum requirement for admission is a bachelor's degree (CGPA or better, or equivalent) with the coursework in Computer Science indicated in the brochure “Information for Applicants to Graduate Programs”.
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Monash Engineering offers a Master of Advanced Engineering – designed to advance your skills and give you a clear and competitive edge. You can select from eight different specialisations.
The program is offered as a one-year and two-year full-time program, or two-year and four-year part-time programs.