CMSC 31100

Big Ideas in Computer Science

Prerequisites:

Catalog Description: This course introduces many of the important concepts in the broad area of computer science. Each week a different professor gives a three-lecture sequence on a big idea in their field of specialty. Previous ideas have included undecidability, randomness, cryptography, stability of numerical algorithms, structural operational semantics, software engineering, and the Internet.

Long Description: on the course Wiki (open registration required for the Wiki)

Instructors: Todd Dupont
Quarter offered: AUT
Last Verified by Michael O'Donnell on 24 July, 2008.