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CS190I: Introduction To Offline Rendering

This course is the step stone if you want to find a job in the animation companies and/or if you want to apply for graduate school focusing on Computer Graphics research. Like CS180, our CS190I will not be very easy, but will be both interesting and rewarding. Graphics is AWESOME.

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Lecture Slides and Notes - UC Santa Barbara

Posted: (52 years ago) The use is permitted for this particular course, but not for any other lecture or commercial use. Hence, I cannot grant permission of copying or duplicating these notes nor can I …

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CS165A - UC Santa Barbara

Posted: (52 years ago) Course web site. Please check the course web site regularly for assigned reading and homework, announcements, and any other relevant information. Prerequisites. The formal prerequisite is Computer Science 130A (Data Structures and Algorithms I). This implies that you have studied topics such as algorithms, data structures, searching and sorting ...

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CS180 / CS280: Introduction to Computer Graphics

Posted: (52 years ago) 21 rows  · This course is an introduction to the foundations of three-dimensional computer graphics. …

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Courses | UCSB Computer Science

Posted: (52 years ago) Computer Science Courses. The Computer Science department offers courses at three levels: Lower division courses (numbered 1-99) are typically taken primarily by freshman and sophomores and introduce students to the fundamental building blocks of the discipline.

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Course Syllabus - UC Santa Barbara

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Outline - and required reading from the textbook. Introduction to Computers and C++ Programming - Chapter 1 C++ Basics, and Flow of Control- Chapters 2 and 3 Functions - Chapters 4 and 5 I/O Streams as an Introduction to Objects and Classes - Chapter 6 Arrays, Strings and Vectors - Chapters 7 and 8 Pointers and Dynamic Arrays - Chapter 9 Introduction to Defining Classes - …

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CS176B: Network Computing - UC Santa Barbara

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Information. Lecture Time/Place. Mon/Wed from 2:00pm to 3:15pm (Phelps 1160) Discussion Times/Places. Fri at 11:00am (GIRV 2112) and 12:00pm (Phelps 1444) First discussions are Jan 10; Last discussions are Mar 13; Course WWW Site: there is a site on

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CS293B - Computer Science | UCSB Computer Science

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Lecture Schedule Like most research courses, the reading lecture schedule for this course is somewhat tentative. The specific set of topics is rapidly evolving even within the relatively new subdiscipline of cloud computing which is, itself, a new and dynamically aspect of computer science.

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CS292F 2021 Spring

Posted: (52 years ago) Course evaluation: 40% Homework, 40% Project, 10% for attendance / Participation. 10% for scribing. Scribing: Please volunteer here, use this latex template. Textbook: Agarwal, Jiang, Kakade and Sun, Reinforcement Learning: Theory and Algorithms, unpublished working draft (Dec 2020). [Available here] Sutton and Barto.

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CS176A: Introduction to Computer Communication Networks

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Objectives and Department Mission Because the Internet is such an important part of the communications infrastructure, understanding how it works is of benefit to everyone. Understanding the Internet in detail is especially critical for Computer Science students.

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CS281B Syllabus - sites.cs.ucsb.edu

Posted: (52 years ago) There are no specific pre-requisites for this course. However, a certain degree of sophistication in math and programming, commensurate with the gradaute standing in computer science and engineering, is assumed. In particular, solid background in calculus, probability, and linear algebra is a must.

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CS184 - Introduction to Mobile Application Development ...

Posted: (52 years ago) This course provides an introduction to developing applications for the Android mobile ecosystem. Over the past 20 years, the use of information technology has undergone a clear transition from stationary office and desktop computing to mobile computing. This development was accompanied by the emergence of networked and social computing. The Sales of smartphones and tablet computers have by far outpaced the sales of conventional desktop PCs for years now. The way the young generati…

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CS176A: Introduction to Computer Communication Networks

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Material Two different styles of the class textbook: [ Requred ] J. Kurose and K. Ross, Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach Featuring the Internet ", Addison-Wesley, 2nd edition (July 2002), 3rd edition (May 2004), 4th edition (April 2007), or 5th edition (Mar 2009).

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CS 190A: Algorithms Decision Making

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Description . How can we make good decisions when our information about the future is incomplete or uncertain? We routinely confront this dilemma in, say, trying to sell a house, buying a stock, choosing an employer, seeking a medical treatment, or starting a business.

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CS176A: Introduction to Computer Communication Networks

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Material Two different styles of the class textbook: [ Requred ] J. Kurose and K. Ross, Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach Featuring the Internet ", Addison-Wesley, (2nd edition--July 2002) or (3rd edition--May 2004) or (4th edition--April 2007).

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Translation of Programming Languages - Spring 2021

Posted: (52 years ago) Course website. Piazza for CS160-S21. Gradescope for CS160-S21. Course Description. This course is intended to provide understanding of fundamental concepts in compiler design and implementation. Compilers are ubiquitous in the Computer Science field, especially in an era where programmers use many languages and a single language does not dominate.

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Research Methods in Computer Science, UCSB CCS, P. Conrad

Posted: (52 years ago) faculty talks with the students from this course, and the instructor. Students may earn 1-2 units by participating in this aspect of the course alone, depending on the number of such talks the students attend, the quality of the written responses, and the level of participation in the follow-up discussions. (2) Lecture/Discussion on Research ...

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CS 290G: Secure Computation

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Description. With the growing demand for security and privacy, the field of cryptography has expanded rapidly in the past three decades. Beyond the original goal of ensuring secure communication, innovative and powerful concepts and primitives have emerged …

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CS165A - UC Santa Barbara

Posted: (52 years ago) Course web site. Please check the course web site regularly for assigned reading and homework, announcements, and any other relevant information. Lecture notes will be posted to the web site prior to each lecture, but these only contain a summary of the presented information. If you only read the lecture notes, you may miss important information.

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Lecture Slides and Notes - sites.cs.ucsb.edu

Posted: (52 years ago) The use is permitted for this particular course, but not for any other lecture or commercial use. Hence, I cannot grant permission of copying or duplicating these notes nor can I …

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CS 290G: Introduction to Cryptography

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Description. Cryptography provides important tools for ensuring the security of modern digital systems and the privacy of the sensitive information involved in them. Nowadays, core cryptographic tools, such as, encryption, digital signature, key agreement protocols, are used behind millions of daily online transactions.

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CS 290C Home Page

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Topics String manipulation is a crucial part of modern software systems; for example, it is used extensively in input validation and sanitization, and in dynamic code and query generation. The goal of string-analysis techniques is to determine the set of values that string expressions can take during program execution.

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Perceptual Engineering Lab - sites.cs.ucsb.edu

Posted: (52 years ago) Mar 29, 2021  · HCI is a multi-disciplinary area that is actively being researched by computer scientists, engineers, designers, psychologists, and neuroscientists. This course focuses on one aspect of HCI, i.e., interaction design. By the end of the course, you should be able to: Identify various types of emerging interfaces and their differences and similarities

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Course Syllabus - UC Santa Barbara

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Description Intermediate building blocks for solving problems using computers. Topics include data structures, object-oriented design and development, algorithms for manipulating these data structures and their runtime analyses. Data structures introduced include stacks, queues, lists, trees, and sets. 4 units. Course Prerequisites

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Course Syllabus - UC Santa Barbara

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Goals. Students gain personal experience with each of the typical phases of a large-scale programming project, including requirements and domain analysis, system design, implementation, and testing. Students gain experience working in groups to develop a reasonably complex software system.

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CS 176A: Introduction to Computer Communication Networks

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Material. Two different styles of the class textbook: J. Kurose and K. Ross, Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach Featuring the Internet", Addison-Wesley, 2nd edition, July 2002. Good descriptive text, but top-down instead of bottom-up. Note: Second edition was recently finished, but may or may not be available. ...

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UCSB CS16 (Winter 21)

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Resources. We will use 5 online resources for conducting the course. 1. Gradescope: All assignments, quizzes, and the final exam will be administered through Gradescope. 2. Slack: Our course Slack will be your go-to place for asking questions and seeking help outside of lecture/lab time and office hours. Additionally, we will use it to broadcast course-wide announcements.

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CS 176A: Introduction to Computer Communication Networks

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Information. Lecture Time/Place. Tuesday/Thursday--2:00pm to 3:15pm (HSSB 1174) Discussion Time/Place. Monday--12:00pm to 12:50pm (Phelps 3505), or Friday--10:00am to 10:50am (Phelps 3523) First discussion is October 1st Identical discussion sections are separated by a …

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Advanced Compiler Optimizations - Winter 2020

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Description. With the increasing diversity and complexity of computers and their applications, the development of efficient, reliable software has become increasingly dependent on automatic support from compilers and other program analysis and translation tools. This course covers principal and emerging topics in understanding and ...

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CS160: Translation of Programming Languages

Posted: (52 years ago) In this course, we will study the structure and the different tasks of a compiler. This includes lexical analysis (scanning), syntax analysis (parsing), semantic analysis and type checking, and code generation. The goal is to understand the complete process: from reading the source program, checking whether it conforms to the rules of the ...

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CS 12 Syllabus, Fall 2008

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Description. CS 12 is a second course in C programming within a Unix environment. Instruction and programming assignments focus on a selection of fundamental data structures and algorithms. Practice implementing and applying these data structures and algorithms is required for the course…

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CS 292F: Advanced Topics in Cryptography

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Set-ups and Requirements: At the beginning of the course, I will give some lectures on the bare basics of cryptography for 4-5 lectures. Next, the class will move to reading research papers. In each class, we will read one or two papers. Two students will be assigned as the lead, who will be responsible in understanding the papers ...

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CS 292F: Advanced Topics in Cryptography

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Set-ups and Requirements: At the beginning of the course, I will give some lectures on the bare basics of cryptography for 4 lectures. Next, the class will move to reading research papers. In each class, we will read one or two papers. Two students will be assigned as the lead for each paper, who will be responsible in understanding the ...

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CS176A: Introduction to Computer Communication Networks

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Material [ Requred Textbook ] J. Kurose and K. Ross, Computer Networking: A Top-Down Approach Featuring the Internet ", Addison-Wesley, 7th Edition (May 2016). Good descriptive text, but top-down instead of bottom-up.

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CS 176a - Introduction to Computer Communication Networks

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Description In this course you will learn basic concepts in networking, including the OSI model, flow control, routing, medium access control, physical layer technologies, and application characteristics. Course Objectives. Understand the challenges of network communication. Understand the basics of network communication.

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CS 267 Home Page

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Work There will be several homeworks, possibly a final, and the students will be required to do a course project. The papers related to the topics discussed in the class will be given as reading assignments. Projects Lectures Reading Assignments Homework Assignments Recommended Text

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Course Syllabus - UC Santa Barbara

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Description Data management systems and technologies have historically played a pivotal role in the context of computing environments that involve large volumes of data and information. In fact, data base management systems (DBMS) are the critical components of most data …

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CS 290C Spring 2013 Home Page

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Topics The web has evolved into an ubiquitous medium for computing and communication services that both businesses and individuals rely on extensively. There is reason to be concerned about this ever-increasing reliance on web applications.

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CS291A - Mixed and Augmented Reality - UC Santa Barbara

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Description. Mixed and Augmented Reality, an active research field since the 1990s, has recently gained significant popularity because of the possibility of being implemented on smart phones and because of its unique approach of offering context-based computing directly in a person's field of vision. Augmented Reality is the concept of ...

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CS291A: Real-Time High Quality Rendering - UC Santa Barbara

Posted: (52 years ago) This course will be constantly evolving over iterations. Lecture topics and/or reading materials will be subject to change to keep up with the latest development of real-time rendering. Currently, this course is for graduate students. In subsequent years, this course might be moved into undergraduates' curriculum.

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CS170: Operating Systems (undergrad)

Posted: (52 years ago) Feb 14, 2019  · Course content. The lectures will cover topics in operating systems and the topic of systems generally. The schedule is here.; The review sessions will go over homework problems, work new exercises, and cover the labs.; The labs are a crucial component of this course and are described here.You will implement or interact with a number of the abstractions listed above.

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CS501 » [email protected] TA Site

Posted: (52 years ago) CS501. The purpose of CS501 is to prepare the Computer Science Department TAs for teaching in the classroom environment. TAs are not expected to have any prior teaching experience thus this course will help them achieve confidence in the classroom, grade equitably and efficiently, teach to various learning styles and establish their personal teaching philosophies.

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Course Syllabus - sites.cs.ucsb.edu

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Description Data management systems and technologies have historically played a pivotal role in the context of computing environments that involve large volumes of data and information. In fact, data base management systems (DBMS) are the critical components of most data …

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Lingqi Yan: Research Homepage - UC Santa Barbara

Posted: (52 years ago) Latest News [Mar 2021] I am presenting a free online course "GAMES202: Real-time High Quality Rendering" in Chinese. [Feb 2021] We have one paper accepted to ToG 2021, and one paper accepted to Eurographics 2021. [Aug 2020] We have one paper accepted to SIGGRAPH Asia 2020. [Feb 2020] I am presenting a free online course "GAMES101: Introduction to Modern Computer Graphics" in …

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CS 276: Advanced Topics in Networking

Posted: (52 years ago) Course Description. Focuses on advanced topics in networking. Topics may include, but are not limited to: Internet analysis, routing techniques, multimedia, approaches for network performance enhancements, and communication over new technologies. Course Objectives. Study the most recent advances in network research Learn where this research is ...

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