Advanced topics of current interest in computer engineering which are taken from current research topics and/or technical publications.
This course gives the flexibility of teaching state-of-the-art subject matter in computer engineering, which may not be appropriate as a regular course offering. As such, it also provides visiting experts the opportunity to teach the students a highly specialized course for credit that would not otherwise be possible.
Prerequisites: Graduate standing
Prerequisites will include at least one 5000-level course in the computer area to reflect the nature of possible topics taught, and the fact that topics will usually require background of one or more graduate courses. Exact prerequisites will vary depending on the topic being taught.
Percentage of Course
|Advanced Concepts in Built-In Self-Test||1.|
|Advanced Concepts in Fault-Tolerant Systems||2.|
|Advanced Concepts in Hardware and System Modeling||3.|
|Advanced Concepts in Parallel and Distributed Processing||4.|
|Advanced Concepts in Pattern Recognition||5.|
|Advanced Concepts in Computer Vision||6.|
|Advanced Concepts in VLSI Design and Test||7.|