Overview of Programs Overview of Programs The Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science is recognized around the world as a leader in all facets of computer science and robotics education.
The Department of Computer Science offers three M. Those who receive a doctoral degree are in a position to hold faculty appointments and do research and development work at the forefront of this rapidly changing and expanding field. The emphasis in the MS in Information Systems program is on the use of computer systems in business.
The Master of Science in Scientific Computing, just established by the Mathematics and Computer Science Departments, is designed to provide broad training in areas related to scientific computing using modern computing technology and mathematical modeling arising in various applications.
Established in as part of the Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, the department has experienced substantial growth in its faculty, student body, research staff, and funding.
Research areas include algorithmics, computational geometry, high-level programming languages, compilers and compiler optimization techniques, parallel and distributed computing, design of computer systems, databases, artificial intelligence, natural language processing, graphics, multimedia, computer vision, mathematical programming, numerical analysis, computational biology and computational finance.
The core of the curriculum consists of courses in algorithms, programming languages, compilers, artificial intelligence, database systems, and operating systems.
Advanced courses are offered in many areas such as natural language processing, the theory of computation, computer vision, software engineering, compiler optimization techniques, computer graphics, distributed computing, multimedia, networks, cryptography and security, and computational finance.
Adjunct faculty, drawn from outside academia, teach special topics courses in their areas of expertise.Undergraduate Programs.
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The Artificial Intelligence and Robotics (AIR) group studies theory, algorithms, and systems for making intelligent decisions in complex and uncertain environments.
The research covers most aspects of AIR including perception and interpretation of sensor data, learning about environments, learning to make decisions, automated planning and reasoning, and interaction of AIR systems with each other and .
Overview of Artificial Intelligence Uploaded by World of Computer Science and Information Technology Journal The face of science and engineering has been changing with the recent growth in computer architecture. Carnegie Mellon has led the world in artificial intelligence education and innovation since the field was created.
It's only natural, then, that the School of Computer Science would offer the nation's first bachelor's degree in artificial intelligence, which we introduced in fall Artificial intelligence is a science and technology based on disciplines such as Computer Science, Biology, Psychology, Linguistics, Mathematics, and Engineering.
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