This class is aimed at fostering and developing abilities to conduct individual research in Computer Science. As such, its structure may be evolving and concrete expectations are hard to establish, but the main student learning outcomes are that students who successfully complete this course should be able to:
Answering positively this question requires to
Our exploration will start with an attempt to “revert” the recently developed “Non-Deterministic Abstract Machines” .
The main educational goal of the project is to give to Logan the taste of a scholarly culture, and to introduce him to research questions at the intersection of Computer Sciences and Mathematics. More precisely, our goals are to:
Our main goals, aside from the educational goals detailed above, are to produce a research document that will be shared with experts in the field through self-archiving on the arXiv.org and github repositories. All the material produced will be released under Creative Commons licenses (or similar open-source licence), to ease distribution and re-use by the community.
The program will start on January 8th and terminates on May 1st, 2024. Weekly meeting are scheduled on Wed., from 11 to 12am, in Dr. Aubert’s office.
Will be used during this program, among other resources:
augusta.edu e-mail account.
pdf version of this page.
pdf reader to consult some of the documents: I recommend choosing an open-source