Computer Science 414
Multimedia Systems and Interfaces
11:00 - 11:50 am MWF in 1103 Siebel
Professor Karrie G. Karahalios
Siebel Center 3110
Siebel Center 3101
In this course, we will cover fundamental principles of human perception, multimedia interfaces, and multimedia systems. The class format is lecture, individual activities and group projects, and discussion. Class participation is expected. All handouts and on-line materials will appear on the course web page. Please check it regularly.
Prerequisites and Necessary Background:
Students are expected to have knowledge of linear algebra, calculus, operating systems, and basic networking (CS 323 is a prerequisite) as well as experience programming in Java, C, or C++ (CS 225 is a recommended prerequisite).
This is not an 'automatic A' course.
Project Due Dates
The University has the responsibility for maintaining academic integrity so as to protect the quality of education and research on our campus and to protect those who depend upon our integrity. It is the responsibility of the student to refrain from infractions of academic integrity, from conduct that may lead to suspicion of such infractions, and from conduct that aids others in such infractions. It is the responsibility of the faculty to establish and maintain an environment that supports academic integrity. An essential part of this faculty responsibility is the enforcement of existing standards of academic integrity; where faculty do not discourage and act upon violations of which they become aware, this has the effect of undermining respect for those standards. Faculty members should provide students with a clear statement of their expectations concerning academic integrity.
For more information, please review the University Student Conduct Code for Academic Integrity. Your project may be jointly submitted to another course with the approval of the other instructor.