CSCI 493 Fall 2012 Research in Computer Science

This course provides highly-motivated students an opportunity to work independently with faculty on research topics chosen by individual faculty. Students are generally expected to perform a literature review, identify areas of potential contribution, and explore extensions to existing results. The course culminates in a concise, well-written report describing a problem, its background history, any independent results achieved, and directions for future research.
Class Format: independent study
Requirements/Evaluation: evaluation will be based on class participation, presentations, and the final written report
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Enrollment Preference: open to senior Computer Science majors with permission of instructor
Department Notes: this course (along with Computer Science W31 and Computer Science 494) is required for students pursuing honors, but enrollment is not limited to students pursuing honors
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Divisional Attributes: Division III
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Class Number: 1159
CLASSES ATTR INSTRUCTORS TIMES CLASS NUMBER ENRL CONSENT
CSCI493-01(F) HON Research in Computer Science Division 3: Science and Mathematics Stephen N. Freund
TBA 1159
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