CSC 195.01 2013S Technologies for Mediascripting : Handouts

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Computer Science 195.01: Special Topic: Research Techniques - Media Scripting

Students who participate in research projects must often master a wide range of concepts, technologies, and research methodologies. This knowledge and skill can also be useful for a number of other domains. This course provides students with the opportunity to develop such skill and knowledge relating to the Media Scripting project. Topics will include source code control systems, inter-application communication, programming languages, and the internal architecture of applications used in the project.

Prerequisite: Computer Science 151 and completion of or concurrent registration in Computer Science 161.

Prerequisite: Second year standing.

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