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The

FA C U L T Y Faculty

BOOKLET 2004 – 2005 of Science & Agriculture

COMP 3700 (CS37E) DATABASE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS II

(4 credits)

Prerequisite: COMP 2700 ( CS27E) Syllabus:

Database Life cycleTransaction management and concurrency control. Database recovery managementPerformance query optimizationDatabase administration Distributed databaseInternet technologies and Databases. Databases and XMLObject –oriented databases. Database modeling with

UML.Data warehousing

One 2hour written paper

75%

Coursework

25%

COMP 3750 (CS37A) NUMERICAL COMPUTING (4 credits)

Prerequisite: Syllabus:

MATH 1140 and MATH 1150

(M12A and M12B)

Introduction to MATLAB. Review of Calculus, Binary Numbers, Error Analysis. Solution of Non-linear Equations. Solution of Linear Systems.Interpolation and Polynomial Approximation.

Numerical Differentiation and Integration. Examination: One 2hour written paper 75% Coursework 25%

COMP 3800 (CS38E) CRYPTOGRAPHY AND SECURITY (Not being taught in 2004/2005)

Prerequisite: COMP 2100 (CS20E) Syllabus: Classical Cryptography. Shift cipher. Substitution cipher. Per- mutation cipher. Other ciphers. Cryptanalysis applicable to

COMP 3900 (CS39A) SPECIAL TOPICS IN COMPUTER SCIENCE (4 credits)

Prerequisites: COMP 1100 and COMP 1200 (CS11E, CS11F ) and 2 relevant advanced courses

Topics: Graphics.

Computer Assisted Design (CAD). Computer As-

sisted Education (CAE). Speech synthesis. Advanced proces- sor architecture.Expert systems. Computability and complex- ity. Proof of correctness of programs. Image Processing. Any other approved topics.The particular topic taught may change

from year to year. Examination: One 2hour written paper 75% Coursework 25%

COMP 3990 (CS39E) PROJECT (4 credits)

Prerequisite:This course is available only to final year students who are majoring in Computer Science at the discretion of the Head, Department of Mathematics & Computer Science. Approval will depend on the student’s performance to date in Computer Science

Syllabus: There will be six (6) to eight (8) lectures on the following:

  • assessing project feasibility;

  • methods of investigation;

  • project reporting and presentation;

  • project management.Students will be required to do a re-

search project in some topic in Computer Science. This may include design and implementation of an approved piece

of software. Examination: Project report Oral presentation

80% 20%

these encodings. Shannon’s Theory. Entropy. encodings. Keys. Cryptosystems. Data Encryption

Huffman Standard.

Block

ciphers

and

the

Advanced

Encryption

Standard.

Cryp-

tographic hash functions. Internet Security. Examination: One 2hour written paper Coursework

75% 25%

ECON 1005 (EC16A) INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS [3 credits]

Syllabus: Descriptive Statistics; Probability and Probability distributions, Sampling distributions, Estimation, Hypothesis testing, Simple

correlation and regression. Assessment: Coursework Examination

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