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INFSCI 2470 - Interactive System Design

(Spring 2002, CRN 21653)

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When: Wednesday 6:00 - 8:50 PM
Where: IS 405
Instructor: Peter Brusilovsky. Contact data and office hours could be found on instructor's teaching page.
Official Description: The environments that can or should be provided for interactive use of computers. Necessary hardware, software, and behavioral components of an interactive system; data structure considerations for various types of interactive applications; operating system fundamentals, functions, and characteristics. Emphasis on interactive operating systems, human/machine dialogues, interactive graphics, programming languages, and application(s) design. (Prerequisites: INFSCI 2300, 2710, C)
Course Web Page: http://www2.sis.pitt.edu/~peterb/2470-022/
TA: Olena Scherbinina (olenas@mail.sis.pitt.edu)

Copyright © 2002 Peter Brusilovsky