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This course explores the design, experimentation, testing, and pitfalls of empirical research in Computer Science. In particular, students will learn how to use a data-driven approach to understand computing phenomena, formulate hypotheses, design computing experiments to test and validate or refute said hypotheses, evaluate and interpret empirical results. Overall, the goal of this course is to provide the students with the foundations of rigorous empirical research.

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This course explores the design, experimentation, testing, and pitfalls of empirical research in Computer Science. In particular, students will learn how to use a data-driven approach to understanding computing phenomena, formulate hypotheses, design computing experiments to test and validate or refute said hypotheses, evaluate and interpret empirical results. Overall, the goal of this course is to provide the students with the foundations of rigorous empirical research.

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To be offered in the Spring of 2017

9:30 am - 10:45 am / TR

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 CS 533

COURSE INFORMATION

  • Class Time: TR 9:30-10:45 AM
  • Building and Room: Mitchell Hall 121
  • Piazza link

Instructor

  • Trilce Estrada, Assistant Professor
  • Email: estrada@cs.unm.edu
  • Office: CARC 2004 A
  • Office hours: Monday 10:00-1:00

Course description:

This course explores the design, experimentation, testing, and pitfalls of empirical research in Computer Science. In particular, students will learn how to use a data-driven approach to understand computing phenomena, formulate hypotheses, design computing experiments to test and validate or refute said hypotheses, evaluate and interpret empirical results. Overall, the goal of this course is to provide the students with the foundations of rigorous empirical research.


For more information look at the Syllabus

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To be offered in the Spring of 2017

9:30 am - 10:45 am / TR