Lecture: 1 hour
Prerequisite: Graduate standing in computer science
Grading: S/U; projects (50%), classroom participation (50%)
Study of research topics in computer science, PhD level research methodologies (experimental, applied and theoretical). Study skills necessary to successfully find/solve significant research problems. Finding and successful interacting with a research advisor. Ethical issues in research/collaborative work.
Expanded Course Description:
Selected articles and Web sites
Instructor: C.U. Martel
Prepared by: C.U. Martel (October, 2006)
Slight overlap with 293B in the introductory part of the course. The focus on computer science research makes this course substantially different from orientation classes in other fields.