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  1. Fall 09 course descriptions

    ... CMPSCI 187. 3 credits. CMPSCI 240 : Reasoning About Uncertainty Professor: Barrington Development of ... computer vision class will address fundamental questions about getting computers to "see" like humans. We investigate questions such as ...

  2. Whom do I contact for help?

    ... are not yet a student at UMass , but you want information about the Computer Science undergraduate program (not UMass in general). ... Exploratory Track or another major and you have questions about your prospects for becoming a CS Major. First: ...

  3. Recent Computer Science Ph.D. Graduates (AY 2011 - 2012)

    ... conditions leading up to it may have changed. The reasoning about one's computation process is referred to as meta-reasoning. Aspects of ... considered in this thesis include the reasoning about how to allocate computational resources, including when to stop one type ...

  4. New Class Links

    Helpful Links To find out about UMass and the surrounding area please check out these links: ... For more information about research in the Computer Science Department, please see: ...

  5. Find your in with LinkedIn

    ... search away from sharing your story. Take time to learn about LinkedIn, build your network by making connections, and make sure your ...   Start with a unique "hook" Think about your audience . Who do you want to read your profile? What would they ...

  6. CS students participate in the first New England Undergraduate Computing Symposium

    ... were able to network with their peers and learn more about research in a range of fields." The symposium is being planned as an ... events, contact Tim Hickey, tjhickey@brandeis.edu. About the New England Computer Science Chairs (NECSC): http://www.neucs.org ...

  7. Industry Affiliates Program

    Members of the College of Information and Computer Sciences Industrial Affiliates Program (IAP) benefit from increased visibility on campus and reduced recruiting costs through direct access to top-tier students. Through our relationships with...

  8. Decide What Matters

    ... Knowledge What are you most interested in learning about? Consider what you know, but again don't limit yourself. Ex: ... Who do you like to work with the best? How about people you most like to help? Consider age/experience and personalities. ...

  9. B.S. Degree Requirements

    ... to complete the degree. These web pages provide details about the BS requirements. If you have questions, you may visit the CS ... student who does not submit the CIRT. Questions about the Revised BS:   If you read over the details of the Revised BS ...

  10. Overrides

    ... whether there are available seats. Be sure to read about the CHANGES for Fall 2018 Registration (see below). SPIRE ... for non-major/IT CS courses without having to worry about priority issues. CS Major/Minor students are not allowed to enroll in ...

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