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Big Data Analytics (3 credits)

This course introduces methods and platforms for analyzing large amounts of data. Classical paradigms of parallel computing -- such as multithreading, message passing, and accelerator programming -- are presented. Machine learning and data mining techniques -- such as regression, clustering, classification, and deep learning -- are discussed. Platforms of computing with big data -- such as graph databases, distributed file systems, and map-reduce -- are introduced. This course prepares students to perform predictive modeling and explore large, complex datasets.

Pre-requisites

CS310, MATH 260, and MATH345; or permission of the instructor.


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