Graduate

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Computer Science

B689 Topics in Graphics and Human Computer Interaction

Credits: 1-6

Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor.

Special topics in graphics and human computer interaction. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credit hours.

  • Course History

      Spring 2012


      Instructor: Andrew J. Hanson
      Topic: Mathematical Modeling:Concepts, Programming, and Visualization
      Time: 4:00PM-6:30PM Tue
      Location: Lindley Hall, Room 008
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      Fall 2011


      Instructor: Andrew Lumsdaine
      Topic: Computational Photography
      Time: 1:00PM-2:15PM Tue, Thu
      Location: Sycamore Hall, Room 002

      Spring 2011


      Instructor: Andrew J. Hanson
      Topic: Mathematical Modeling:Concepts, Programming, and Visualization
      Time: 4:00PM-6:30PM Tue
      Location: Lindley Hall, Room 115
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      Supplementary Description: This seminar will explore mathematical modeling as a way to display, interact with, and improve the comprehension of information. We will focus mainly on spatial information, but more abstract models may be developed depending on the interests of the class. Our main tool will be Mathematica, with an emphasis on the production of rapid prototypes of interactive visualizations applicable to a wide variety of questions. We will learn Mathematica from scratch in the first two weeks.