It covers the fundamental principles of distributed data management and includes distribution design, data integration, distributed query processing and optimization, distributed transaction management, and replication. CS Foundation Modules (CFM) that appear in the Area Primaries can be counted as one of the 3 modules towards satisfying a Focus Area. Students pursuing such tracks would have both the computer application knowledge and the foundation domain knowledge in their selected industrial sector to solve most relevant problems in the sector. Current trends are towards high-level and semantic encoding of text information, and towards the integration of wired and wireless web environments. Selected applications in various domains such as speech, vision, natural language processing, medical informatics, bioinformatics, data mining and others will be discussed. Through this module students will understand the basics of data representation, and how the various parts of a computer work, separately and with each other. The module will have a significant project component. Modular Credits: 2 Workload: 2-0-1-0-3 Prerequisite(s): CS1020 or CS2020 Preclusion(s): Nil Cross-listing(s): Nil This module aims to train students who have learned data structures and algorithms in Java to programme in C++. Modular Credits: 4 Workload: 2-1-0-3-3 Prerequisite(s): (CS2010 or CS2020 or CS2040 or CS2040C) and (CS1231 or MA1100) Preclusion(s): EEE and CPE students can only take this module as a technical elective to satisfy the programme requirements or UEM but not CFM/ULR-Breadth. Modular Credits: 4 Workload: 2-0-2-4-2 Prerequisite(s): CS3241 and (PC1221 or PC1221X) and (MA1102R or MA1505 MA1507 or (MA1511 and MA1512) or MA1521) and (MA1101R or MA1311 or MA1506 or MA1508E or MA1513) Preclusion(s): CS4342 Cross-listing(s): Nil This module aims to provide fundamental concepts in 3D modelling and animation. Modular Credits: 4 Workload: 3-0-0-4-3 Prerequisite(s): CS3235 Preclusion(s): Students who have taken and passed CS3205 will not be allowed to take IFS4205. The third part covers object-database systems that are useful extension of relational databases to deal with complex data types. Last, but not least, the course demonstrates the role of bioinformaticians as a bridge between the field of computer science and biology, and prepares students for advanced computer-science topics relevant to bioinformatics. The Bachelor of Computing (Honours) in Computer Science or BComp (CS) programme aims to nurture students for a rewarding computing career in various industry sectors. Emerging topics of current research interests may be included as well. Starting from a small core of fundamental abstractions, the module introduces programming as a method for communicating computational processes. In order to maximize your chances of securing at least 12 MCs, NUS recommends that you use all 10 module (course) choices in the online application form. Modular Credits: 4 Workload: 2-0-0-4-4 Prerequisite(s): CS3235 Preclusion(s): Nil Cross-listing(s): Nil This module aims to prepare graduate students for understanding the security of the latest web platform and its interplay with operating systems and the cloud infrastructure. Handling them using brute-force approaches becomes impossible and efficient algorithms are required. This module will introduce the main techniques for designing such algorithms. Modular Credits: 6 Workload: 0-0-0-40-0 Prerequisite(s): IFS4201 Preclusion(s): NilCross-listing(s): Nil This module aims to equip students with a final exposure to working in industry with theories, methods and applications of information security learnt. EE3408/C Integrated Analog Design: 5. Topics include: Clustering analysis, classification, association rule mining; support vector machines; Hidden Markov Models. Its core components consist of the analytic and synthetic approaches of sound and music. In addition to traditional components such as keyboards and touch screens, they are also equipped with cameras, microphones, inertial sensor, and GPS receivers. CS3103L Computer Networks Laboratory (defunct). It introduces logic as a means for specifying, verifying and reasoning about computer programmes. It will also look at how these techniques can be adapted to support database management in emerging technologies (e.g., parallel systems, peer-to-peer systems, cloud computing). NUS’s 36,000 students come from 100 countries, with international students making up 20% of the undergraduate population. Thomas.Yeo@nus.edu.sg. Computer Engineering encompasses much of what we do today, be it in the industry or our private lives. The second part covers the analysis and retrieval of multimedia contents, including text, image and video. It continues the introduction to object-oriented programming begun in CS1101, with an emphasis on data structures and algorithms. Modular Credits: 8 Workload: 1-1-0-10-8 Prerequisites: CS2103 and CS2301 Preclusion(s): Nil Cross-listing(s): UIS3955R The module requires students to work through, in groups, a complete Systems Development Life Cycle to develop a well-tested, production-quality large-scale software system. CS4231 Parallel and Distributed Algorithms. Basic constructs common in the two languages will not be covered (e.g. Modular Credits: 4 Workload: 2-1-1-4-3 Prerequisite(s): CS3240 and CS3248 Preclusion(s): Nil Cross-listing(s): Nil This course teaches students how to design and develop multimedia and Internet-based learning environments to support effective online learning and training. CS1101S Programming Methodology (short summary only) – 13/14 Sem 1; CS2105 Computer Networks – 14/15 Sem 1; CS2106 Introduction to Operating Systems – 14/15 Sem 1; CS3230 Design and Analysis of Algorithms – 14/15 Sem 2; ST2334 Probability and Statistics – 14/15 Sem 1 Modular Credits: 5 Workload: 2-1-0-8-2 Prerequisites: CS2103/CS2103T or with special approval from instructor. Notably, the emerging explicitly parallel instruction computing (EPIC) processors are significantly dependent on a range of aggressive programme optimisations to yield performance. They extend and provide in-depth coverage of material in earlier prerequisite OS modules. Modular Credits: 4 Workload: 2-0-0-3-5 Prerequisite(s): CS4233 or CS5231 Preclusion(s): Nil Cross-listing(s): Nil This module aims to prepare graduate students for research and development in information security, by investigating selected topics in cryptography and information theoretic security. Preferably read CS3103 or CS3224 or CS3220 or CS4223. The module covers concepts from imperative, object-oriented, functional, logic, constraints, and concurrent programming. Modular Credits: 4 Workload: 2-1-0-3-3 Prerequisite(s): CS1231 or MA1100; Programming experience is preferred. Students are encouraged CS3215 Software Engineering Project (defunct). These two modules together provide the students with hands-on experience in working in project groups through a complete SDLC to develop a well-tested, large-scaled software system. This course will help prepare students towards a research career in networking. Modular Credits: 4 Workload: 3-0-0-3-4 Prerequisite(s): CS3223 Preclusion(s): Nil Cross-listing(s): Nil This module addresses issues in management of large volume shared data in parallel and distributed environment. Modular Credits: 4 Workload: 3-0-0-3-4 Prerequisite(s): Variable, depending on the choice of topics or departmental approval. The detailed programme is shown in the next page. Computer Engineering programme is jointly offered with the Department of Computer Science ... i.e. The course covers automatic memory management as a feature of programming systems and its implementation. Topics covered include: mathematical techniques, entropy measures, fundamental limits to data compression and noisy-channel coding, examples of error-correcting codes, examples of information theoretic cryptography (commitments, secure computation, key distribution, randomness extraction). 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