COS 479 / ELE 479 (STX) No Pass/D/Fail
Pervasive Information Systems
The course covers devices and systems that provide information anywhere and any time. The underlying goals of pervasive information systems will be explored: business, entertainment, government, etc. Students will become familiar with all components of pervasive information systems such as lowpower electronics, audio/video, networking, and will consider human/computer interaction and geographically distributed systems.
Sample reading list:
Baecker et al., eds., Readings in Human/Computer Interaction
Bergman, Information Appliances and Beyond
Reading includes research papers. Students will present a summary of research papers on a chosen topic. Students will complete homework and lab exercises.
Design Project - 40%
Lab Reports - 10%
Oral Presentation(s) - 20%
Class/Precept Participation - 10%
Problem set(s) - 20%
Open to Juniors and Seniors Only.
Prerequisites and Restrictions:
COS 436, ELE 464, or equivalent..
Students work as part of a team to build and/or evaluate a pervasive information system.
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