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Applied Computer Science at the University of Dortmund
Fall 2000 Classes

Lectures (offered in addition to those listed in the requirements)

  • Logical Systems of Computer Science
  • Theory of Programming: Specification - Verification - Transformation
  • Complexity Theory
  • Programming Languages and Compilers II: Generating and Optimizing Code
  • Geometric Modelling
  • Technology of Intelligent Systems
  • Networking Applications
  • Information Retrieval
  • Introduction to Biological Computer Science
  • Queueing Networks
  • Chip Cards and Cryptographic Methods
  • Introduction to Genetic Programming
  • Mobile Communications Systems
  • Fundamentals of Program Analysis
  • Test Organization for Complex Systems: Generation, Execution and Analysis
  • Compilers for Embedded Systems
  • Current Issues in Efficient Algorithms
  • Algorithms for Technical Stock Market Analysis
  • Introduction to Fuzzy Logic
  • Model Worlds for Discrete, Event-Oriented Systems and their Analysis - an Overview
  • Programming Parallel Systems
  • Object-Oriented Analysis and Design in UML
  • Digital Libraries
  • Intelligent Systems
  • Approximation Algorithms
  • Models for Security
  • Constraint Languages
  • Fundamental Concepts of Program Analysis
  • Controlling Information Flows
  • Technical Computer Science
  • New Approaches to Artificial Intelligence
  • Programmable Molecules
  • Testing and Security in Component-Based Software Engineering
  • Programming in C++
  • Programming in Prolog
  • Unix / Network Systems

Project Groups (offered; not all of these will attract the required number of students)

  • Process Landscaping: Reference Models for Object-Oriented and Component-Based Software Development Processes
  • A Web-Based Collaborative Learning Environment - EDO Workspace
  • Access Protocols for 3rd Generation Mobile Networks
  • Methodics of Planning Computer Systems: Analysis and Network Planning for Distributed Organizational Units
  • Dragon Slayer Sword: Secure Transport of Objects in Large Intranets
  • Robot Football - Image Processing, Path Planning and Robot Control
  • A Mediated Information System for UNIX System and Network Administration
  • SIGEL: Development of a Simulator to Visualize GP-evolved Controls for Walking Robot Architectures
  • Computer Aided Planning of Traffic Networks
  • Developing an Internet Filter for the Restriction of Content that is Unsuited for Children
  • Design and Implementation of an Online Shop
  • MPlay3: Development of a Long-Play Portable MP3 Player
  • MedMiner - Machine Learning in Intensive Care

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