This specialist course focuses on artificial intelligence and knowledge engineering, as well as the development of computational and engineering models of complex cognitive and social behaviours.
Modules include: short introduction to prolog; prolog; individual project. Optional modules include: computer vision; machine learning; computational neurodynamics; knowledge representation; privacy enhancing techniques; modal logic; logic'based learning; robotics; intelligent data and probabilistic inference; advanced statistical machine learning and pattern recognition; advanced databases; dynamical systems and deep learning; simulation and modelling; pervasive computing; operations research; information and codes; type systems for programming languages; complexity; advanced issues in object oriented programming; systems verification; graphics; custom computing; network and web security; advanced computer architecture; introduction to bioinformatics; cryptography engineering; advanced computer graphics; computational finance; parallel algorithms; software engineering for industry; computing for optimal decisions; independent study option.
Course Additional Entry
2.1 Honours degree in a science or engineering discipline, including computing.
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