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  1. News about Faculty, Researchers, Students, and Staff - Winter 2013

    February 04, 2013 Faculty News ...

  2. CAITE

    ... in the Massachusetts innovation economy. About CAITE The College of Information and Computer Sciences at the ...

  3. News about Faculty, Researchers, Students, and Staff (Winter 2014)

    February 01, 2014 Faculty News Assistant Professors Alexandra Meliou and Andrew McGregor each received a 2013 Google Faculty Research Award for structured data research. Meliou's research project is "Bidirectional Data...

  4. News about Faculty, Researchers, Students, and Staff - Summer 2013

    August 18, 2013 Faculty News ...

  5. About Us

    Computer Science at UMass Amherst began in 1964 with three faculty members and has been growing ever since -- building on our strengths in machine learning, computer vision, information retrieval, software engineering, theoretical computer...

  6. Profile: Jim Kurose, Assistant Director of NSF's Computer and Information Science and Engineering Directorate

    ... has been a member of our faculty ever since. We asked him about his NSF position. Tell us about your role at NSF. I lead the CISE directorate with a staff of more ...

  7. Eclipse Attacks on Bitcoin’s Peer-to-Peer Network

    ... experiments with web application technology, and  blogs about security . Computer Science Building, Room 150 & 151 ...

  8. spring 11 course descriptions

    ... 187 or ECE 242. 4 credits. CMPSCI 240: Reasoning About Uncertainty Professor: Siegelmann Development of ... computer vision class will address fundamental questions about getting computers to "see" like humans. We investigate questions such as ...

  9. Spring 09 Course Descriptions

    ... CMPSCI 187. 4 credits. CMPSCI 240: Reasoning About Uncertainty Professor: Barrington Development of ... CMPSCI 401) is quite desirable. Course requirements: about eight problem sets, timed midterm and final. Also open to qualified ... with, interpret feedback from, and manipulate the world about them. We will relate the subject matter to biological systems whenever ...

  10. spring 10 course descriptions

    ... 187 or ECE 242. 4 credits. CMPSCI 240: Reasoning About Uncertainty Professor: McGregor Development of ... into evidence that supports or refutes a hypothesis about an alleged crime or policy violation. Done correctly, forensics ... (e.g., CMPSCI 401) is useful. Course requirements: about eight problem sets, timed midterm and final. Also open to qualified ...

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