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Department of Information and Computer Sciences: Introduction

Abstract of Lectures: Information and Computer Sciences (BSc. Degree)

Guide to Curriculum: Major in Information Engineering (MSc. Degree)

Guide to Curriculum (Ph.D. Degree)

Curriculum: Course in information and Numerical Sciences (Ph.D. Degree)

  1. HTML and CGI Lecture Notes.
    A unique on-line html and CGI manual (html, Japanese). A 130 pages course document in Japanese is also available for download (LaTeX, PostScript and PDF, Japanese).
    This page has been mentioned in the Netscape Communications Corporation's Japanese What's Cool page.

  2. Fundamentals of Computer Programming
    (For B1 undergraduate students) (in Japanese).

  3. Automaton Theory and Formal Languages (53130)
    (For B2/B3 undergraduate students) (in Japanese).

  4. Software Engineering (53160)
    (For B3 undergraduate students) (in Japanese).

  5. Knowledge Engineering (53240)
    (For B3 undergraduate students) (in Japanese).

  6. Advanced Topics in Knowledge Engineering (TI-23)
    (For MSc students)
    The focus is on knowledge processing and building problem solvers. Topics such as knowledge acquisition, machine learning, multi-layer knowledge bases, qualitative reasoning, analogical reasoning, case-based reasoning, distributed AI and distributed objects are discussed.

  7. Advanced Topics in Distributed Artificial Intelligence (D 431)
    (For PhD students)
    The focus is on theory and design of distributed systems. Distributed Aritificial Intelligence DAI, Distributed objects CORBA and DCOM, Client-server computing, 2-tier and 3-tier client-server system design using CORBA, Object Oriented design and security issues are discussed.

  8. Experiments in Information Engineering: RDBMS (53040)
    (For B3 undergraduate students) (in Japanese).

  9. Information Management Systems Seminar (TI-24)
    (For M1 graduate students)


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