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CSP 544: System And Network Security

This course will be a programming-based, learn-by-doing-oriented course focused on applying foundational principles in security to real systems and networks . You will implement several real attacks and take advantage of several recreated vulnerable systems in order to understand the modern landscape of network and systems security.

Actived: Friday Apr 16, 2021

Detail: http://cs.iit.edu/~khale/class/security/s20/

CS 331: Data Structures and Algorithms (Bauer)

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Courses - Illinois Institute of Technology

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The course is highly applied, emphasizing practical skills and habits through a series of programming assignments during which students will develop their own tiny DBMS like engine. We will cover the most important aspects/components of a DBMS: storage and buffer management , indexing , query optimization , query execution , and concurrency ...

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IIT - CS104 Course Information & Syllabus

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Goals: Students should be able to: Demonstrate problem solving approaches. (i.e. break problems into logical pieces that can be solved (programmed) independently; including approximation approaches, solving a continuous problem with discrete approach, randomness approach, vector/matrix approaches are key in many engineering majors)

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Computer Science Department, Illinois Institute of Technology

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Calendar - SB 208/209 Course Descriptions (Undergraduate CS Courses) Course Descriptions (Graduate CS Courses) Course Descriptions (Graduate CSP Courses) Course Prerequisites Course Postrequisites Courses Offered (Past) Courses Scheduled (Future) CS Dept Forms Office Hours (Faculty) Office Hours (TAs)

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CS 340: Programming Paradigms and Patterns

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Syllabus and Course overview: slides-intro.pdf: Syllabus: Jan 22: Functional programming: slides-fp.pdf "Why FP Matters" Jan 27: Haskell Language Overview: Lect01.lhs Getting started Video: LYH chapters 1 and 2 (skim) Jan 29 - Feb 3: Types and Type Classes: Lect02.lhs: LYH chapter 3: Feb 5: Functions: Lect03Complete.lhs: LYH chapter 4: Feb 10 ...

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CS440 Spring 2021: Programming Languages and Translators

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Outcomes. Explain major classes of programming languages: techniques, features, and styles. Know how to use boxed and unboxed variables. Be able to use higher order functions. How to specify formally the meaning of a language --- to people and to the computer. Use Transition, Typing, and Denotational Semantics to define a language construct.

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CS 584 - Illinois Institute of Technology

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course outline. What to expect from this course. Machine learning can be covered at different levels. The focus of this course is the understanding of algorithms and techniques used in machine learning.

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CS 450: Operating Systems

Posted: (0 seconds ago) In this course, you will dive straight into the deepest and often most confounding component of a computer system's software stack. You will become familiar with both the high-level concepts underpinning modern operating systems and with low-level mechanisms, in addition to new and emerging techniques and programming models for computer systems.

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CS495: Introduction to Distributed Systems

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Description This course covers general introductory concepts in the design and implementation of distributed systems, covering all the major branches such as Cloud Computing, Grid Computing, Cluster Computing, Supercomputing, and Many-core Computing. The specific topics that this course will cover are: scheduling in multiprocessors ...

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CS570 Advanced Computer Architecture

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Dec 26, 2019  · Course Description This course is about advanced computer architecture. It teaches the science and art of selecting and interconnecting hardware components to create a computer that meets functional, performance and cost goals, and teaches the qualitative and quantitative examination of computer design tradeoffs.

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Recent Past Course Offerings, Dept. of Computer Science, IIT

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The table below lists the course sections offered / to be offered during the Fall 2016 through Summer 2021 semesters. The entries indicate a section offering (D) during the day (starting before 5 pm), at (N) night, (I) over the internet, and (A) as an India internet section.

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CS525 - Advanced Database Organization - 2020 Fall

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jul 31, 2020  · The course is highly applied, emphasizing practical skills and habits through a series of programming assignments during which students will develop their own tiny DBMS like engine. We will cover the most important aspects/components of a DBMS: storage and buffer management , indexing , query optimization , query execution , and concurrency ...

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DataSys: Courses

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course is a tour through various research topics in distributed data-intensive computing, covering topics in cluster computing, grid computing, supercomputing, and cloud computing. We will explore solutions and learn design principles for building large network-based computational systems to support data intensive computing.

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CS451 Introduction to Parallel and Distributed Computing

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Description The objective of this course is to introduce the fundamentals of parallel and distributed processing, including system architecture, programming model, and performance analysis. It will focus on the basic architectural, programming, and algorithmic concepts in the design and implementation of parallel and distributed ...

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CS 351: Systems Programming

Posted: (0 seconds ago) CS 351: Systems Programming Announcements. The fourth assignment has been released. It is due on 3/21/2021. The third assignment has been released. It is due on 2/28/2021. The second assignment has been released. It is due on 2/14/2021. The first assignment has been released. It is due on 1/31/2021.

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COURSE GOALS/ OUTCOMES

Posted: (0 seconds ago) COURSE GOALS: Students should be able to: CS 116 Course Outcomes: 1. Analyze and explain the behavior of simple programs involving the following fundamental programming constructs: assignment, I/O (including file I/O), selection, iteration, methods 2.

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cs402 (Introduction to Advanced Studies II) - Spring 2021 ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The course provides an introduction to the internal architecture of computer systems-including micro-, mini-, and mainframe computer architectures. Focuses on the relationship among a computer's hardware, its native instruction set, and the implementation of high-level languages on that machine.

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Transferring Courses for the MS-CS, MAS-AI, MAS-CS, and ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Each course to be transferred: Must have been taken at an accredited institution in the U.S. Must have been a graduate-level course, including those taken as an undergraduate student. Must be equivalent to an existing 500-level Illinois Tech Computer Science or Computer Science Professional course.

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CS331 - Index - CS331 - Datastructures and Algorithms

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jan 02, 2021  · Your final course grade is determined based on your total score which is calculated as the weighted sum of the points for each of the deliverables. The weights are as shown above. For each deliverable you will receive between 0 and 100 points. For some deliverables, I …

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Programming Assignments - CS331 - Datastructures and ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) We create a git repository for each student. Templates for assignments will be pushed to these repositories over the course of the semester. There will be a folder for each assignment, e.g., the first lab is in folder lab00.The README.md file in such a folder has the instructions for the lab. The labXX.py file contains skeleton code for the assignment.

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Teaching - ZHILING LAN

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Courses: CS351 "System Programming" [Spring'19] Course Website CS451 "Introduction to Parallel and Distributed Computing" Course Website CS546 "Parallel and Distributed Processing" Course Website CS550 "Advanced Operating Systems" Course Website CS595 "Fault Tolerant Computing" Course Website Note: I use Blackboard for my classes, where I post lecture slides, assignments, extra reading ...

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Teaching - cs.iit.edu

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Teaching. Spring 2020: CS 553, Cloud Computing This course is a tour through various topics and technologies related to Cloud Computing. Topics include distributed system models and enabling eechnologies, computer clusters for scalable Computing, virtual machines and virtualization of clusters and datacenters, design of cloud computing platforms, cloud programming and software environments ...

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CS 330 Syllabus

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Outcomes. This class covers a variety of mathematical concepts and techniques critical to computer science. After successfully completing this class, students should be able to: Illustrate by examples the basic terminology of functions, relations, and sets and demonstrate knowledge of their associated operations.

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CS 450: Operating Systems

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Overview. This class is the capstone to the systems sequence in the undergraduate computer science curriculum, consisting of CS 350 (Computer Organization and Assembly Language), CS 351 (Systems Programming), and CS 450 (Operating Systems). As such, it draws from and builds on materials covered in preceding classes, and seeks to ...

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CS350: Comp Org & Assembly Prog - Illinois Institute of ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Goals. The course goals are that you be able to explain how a classical von Neumann machine is organized, how instructions are executed, how instructions are represented at the machine and symbolic levels, to write simple assembly language programs, and to show how basic high-level programming constructs are implemented at the machine level.

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CS 116 Syllabus

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Goals - Students should be able to: Analyze and explain the behavior of simple programs involving the following fundamental programming constructs: assignment, I/O (including file I/O), selection, iteration, functions, pointers

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CS 331 Syllabus

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Objectives. Explain, implement, and apply the following data-structures: lists (unordered and ordered), stacks, queues, expression trees, binary search trees, heaps, and; hash tables; Analyze the time and space complexity of algorithms using asymptotic upper bounds (big-O notation). Explain and use references and linked structures.

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CS595: Virtual Machines - Illinois Institute of Technology

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The course will involve lectures, written assignments, involved programming projects, and discussions of foundational research papers. Course Goals The goals fo this course will be for you to develop a deep understanding of various types of virtualization techniques, their advantages and disadvantage, and to be able to apply them in a practical ...

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CS 115 Syllabus

Posted: (0 seconds ago) course goals: Students should be able to: · Analyze and explain the behavior of simple programs involving the following fundamental programming constructs: assignment, I/O (including file I/O), selection, iteration, functions

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CS 351 Syllabus

Posted: (0 seconds ago) This course focuses on the programming facilities, mechanisms, andabstractions supported by modern operating systems and related low-levellibraries and software. In short, we'll be looking at what sorts ofthings can be done via services provided by operating systems and how togo about doing them in a robust and efficient manner. To a lesser extent, and only to the degree necessary to enable us to goabout our programming tasks effectively, we'll also explore how certainabstractions presented by the operatin…

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CS 425 - schedule

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The course schedule and linked slides will be updated over time. The slides are a modified version of the slides from Avi Silberschatz created for Database System Concepts . For convenience, here is a combined versions of all slides and all handouts (6 slides per page).

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IIT - CS105 Course Syllabus

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Goals: Students should be able to: 1. Demonstrate problem solving approaches. (i.e. break problems into logical pieces that can be solved (programmed) independently; including approximation approaches, solving a continuous problem with discrete approach, randomness approach, vector/matrix approaches are key in many engineering majors)

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CS350: Comp Org & Assembly Prog - Illinois Institute of ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) The normal penalty for violations of this policy, especially copying or other cheating during tests, is an E for the course, plus notification of the student's advisor and/or department and any appropriate administrators. Disability Policy

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Lecture Schedule and Slides - CS525 - Advanced Database ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jul 31, 2020  · Course webpage for CS525 2020 Fall. Monday + Wednesday, 5:10pm - 6:25pm, online The course schedule and linked slides will be updated over time. The slides are a modified version of the slides used by Hector Garcia-Molina for the CS 245 course at Stanford. For convenience, here is a combined versions of all slides and all handouts (6 slides per ...

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Schedule - CS331 - Datastructures and Algorithms

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Jan 01, 2021  · Course webpage for CS331. Last updated on Friday, January 1, 2021 Published on Friday, January 1, 2021

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Course Prerequisites and Corequisites, Dept. of Computer ...

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Introduction. Updates to the undergraduate and graduate bulletins supersede the information in these tables. Notation. ddd cr — The course is a corequisite; courses not marked CO are prerequisites.; ddd C , (ddd and ddd) C — The course/courses must (all) be passed with a grade of C or better. (ddd or ddd) C — Whichever course is chosen must be passed with a grade of C or better.

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Final - CS331 - Datastructures and Algorithms

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course webpage for CS331. TBA ,6:00am - 6:00pm,online You will have 2 hours to complete the exam within the time period mentioned above. The exam will be handed out through blackboard and you will upload the solution to blackboard. The exam will be made available as a pain text file. Please For students that are unfamiliar with blackboard ...

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Midterm 1 - CS331 - Datastructures and Algorithms

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course webpage for CS331. Tuesday, March 16th 12:00 pm - Wednesday, March 17th 10:00 pm,online You will have 2 hours to complete the exam within the time period mentioned above. The exam will be handed out through blackboard and you will upload the solution to blackboard. Please upload the solutions as a plain text file (.txt).

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CS 536: Science of Programming

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Apr 07, 2021  · CS 536: Science of Programming (S'21, IIT) Announcements. Classes meet via CS 536 Blackboard > Zoom Class Meeting (or Zoom meeting number ). Recordings appear at CS 536 Blackboard > Panopto (even though we're not using Panopto). Calendar. The course calendar is tentative and likely to change.

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CS 351 Syllabus

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Overview This course focuses on the programming facilities, mechanisms, and abstractions supported by modern operating systems and related low-level libraries and software. In short, we'll be looking at what sorts of things can be done via services provided by operating systems and how to go about doing them in a robust and efficient manner.

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CS480 Artificial Intelligence - Fall 2014

Posted: (0 seconds ago) Course Material. There is a recommended text book for this course: Artificial Intelligence: A Modern Approach, 3rd edition, by Stuart Russell and Peter Norvig. There will be additional reading materials (mostly available on the web).

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