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Code Course Title Credit Learning Time Division Degree Grade Note Language Availability
SWE2001 System Program 3 6 Major Bachelor 2 Computer Science and Engineering Korean,English,Korean Yes
This course introduces the theory, design, and implementation methodology of various types of system softwares such as assembler, preprocessor(macro processor), linker, loader, and text editor. System software is closely related to hardware architecture and thus the central theme of this course is the relationship between machine architecture and system softwares. The recommended prerequisites for this course might include data structures and C/C++ programming languages.
SWE2015 Data Structures 3 6 Major Bachelor 2 Computer Science and Engineering English,Korean Yes
The purpose of this course is to introduce data structures necessary for solving computer-oriented real problem and principles and techniques for specifying algorithms. The interesting topics will include the following; arrays, stacks, quenes, linked lists, trees, graphs, sorting, hashing, and AVL trees. The recommended prerequisite course for this study might include Discrete Structure and C-language.
SWE2016 Algorithms 3 6 Major Bachelor 2 Computer Science and Engineering English,Korean Yes
The purpose of this course is to introduce algorithms for solving problems in computer applications and basic principles and techniques for analyzing algorithms. The topics will include analyzing criteria, searching, sorting, graphs, polynomials, string matching, and hard problems etc.
SWE2026 Problem Solving Techniques 3 6 Major Bachelor 2 Computer Science and Engineering English,Korean Yes
The objective of this course is to improve students’ computational thinking and programming skills. We learn essential methodologies and techniques for problem abstraction, solution finding, and solution analysis. We also practice to gain strong development and debugging skills using exercises from programming competitions.
SWE3002 Introduction to Software Engineering 3 6 Major Bachelor 3 Computer Science and Engineering English,Korean Yes
This course introduces the overall process of software development such as requirement acquisition/definition, specification, design, implementation, verification/validation, conformance testing and maintenance, and handles a number of technical issues employed in each step. Additionally, the lectures on SPICE and CMM, which reflect the importance of software process today, are given. Other trendy issues such as usability engineering, S/W reuse and CASE are also offered.
SWE3003 Introduction to Database 3 6 Major Bachelor 3 Computer Science and Engineering English,Korean Yes
The purpose of this course is to introduce the fundamental concepts necessary for the design, use, and implementation of database systems. The interesting topics will include the followings, DBMS concepts, ER design, relational model, normalization, hierarchical model, network model, file organization, etc. The prerequisite courses for this study might include Introduction to computer science, discrete structures, data structures.
SWE3004 Operating Systems 3 6 Major Bachelor 3 Computer Science and Engineering English,Korean Yes
Operating system is an essential part of a computer system. It provides an interface to the users and also manages system resources. There are three major goals of this course. One is to provide a firm foundation in the principles and concepts that underlie operating systems. The second is to study and discuss major issues of operating systems such as process management, storage management, file and I/O management, and security management. Finally, we study some design issues for the distributed operating systems and operating systems of parallel processing systems. Also, we study and discuss the characteristics of some standardized operating systems such as Unix and Linux.
SWE3005 Introduction to Computer Architectures 3 6 Major Bachelor 3-4 Computer Science and Engineering English,Korean Yes
We introduce computational models which govern the logical instruction execution sequencing of the CPU and review a brief history of computer systems. Most discussions on computer architectures are focused on von Neumann Computer architectures : the CPU, memory organization an memory hierarchy, various kind of peripherals and their characteristics, an interconnection structures for connecting the CPU and other components. Here the details on pipelined CPU organizations are described. We also discuss how much control unit implementation techniques are benefitable from the RISC-based processor design technology and give a comparison with that of conventional CISC computer architectures. Based on minimized program execution time high-performance microprocessors commercial available now has been compared in terms of processing performance. In the end of this course the design principles, architectures, goals and technical issues in implementation of parallel processing computer systems are introduced in brief for broadening eye spans of students at the undergraduate level.
SWE3006 Programming Languages 3 6 Major Bachelor 3 Computer Science and Engineering English,Korean Yes
This course introduces the underlying fundamental concepts in various programming languages. The topics are organized around the central area of data objects and types, abstraction mechanisms, sequence control and data control, storage management, syntax and operation environments from the user, implementor, or designer's view. Also, the major programming languages such as imperative language, logical language, functional language, and object oriented languages are explored.
SWE3008 Introduction to Computer Graphics 3 6 Major Bachelor 4 Computer Science and Engineering - No
This course introduces graphic hardwares, transformation techniques among various types of coordinates, raster graphic techniques,3 dimension(3D)CG expression, shadow handling mechanism etc. as basic concepts and technical issues to realize virtual Reality(VR), which is being focused as a next generation computer environment, are also introduced.
SWE3011 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence 3 6 Major Bachelor 4 Computer Science and Engineering Korean,English,Korean Yes
This course focuses on foundation of theory and introduction of advanced topics. Detailed subjects for theory are problem representation in state space, search strategy including breadth first search, depth first search and heuristic searchand knowledge representation methods such as using predicate logic, resolution and using rules. Advanced topics planning system (STRIPS), neural network and fuzzy techniques such as perceptron and hopfield network with learning methods, computer vision techniques such as image representation, edge detection, line and curve detection are also introduced. Finally, we introduce symbolic programming language, LISP with examples.
SWE3021 Multicore Computing 3 6 Major Bachelor 4 Computer Science and Engineering English Yes
Many modern processors provide multiple computing cores within a chip. From server processors to DSP processors, multiple cores are favorable design alternatives to provide even higher performance with relatively small effort to build. Many interesting workloads today are parallel by nature. Parallel computing is on the verge of becoming highlighted in many interesting fields. Architecture designs and application optimizations are promising areas to investigate for multicore systems.. In this course, we will learn techniques used in application parallelization and optimization, and multicore architectures.
SWE3022 Computer Networks 3 6 Major Bachelor 3 Computer Science and Engineering English,Korean Yes
There are details about the upper layer, protocols, standards, and interfaces, based on the basic concept of data communication. This course is concerned with the mode of operation of the different types of data network that are used to interconnect a distributed community of computers and the various interface a standards and protocols associated with them. Also, describe the function and operation of the additional protocols that are needed to enable a set of application programs to communicate with one another to perform specific distributed application functions.
SWE3025 Computer Security 3 6 Major Bachelor 3 Computer Science and Engineering Korean,Korean Yes
This course will examine approaches, mechanisms, and tools used to make systems more secure. We will motivate the study by introducing the fundamental elements of information security such as cryptography, network protocols, software vulnerabilities and attacks. Also, the course will cover topics such as the importance of software development process and/or usability to building secure software systems.
SWE3026 Probability and Random Process 3 6 Major Bachelor 3 Computer Science and Engineering English Yes
Introduction to basic probability theory and modeling random processes for the analysis and design of computer system. Topics may include axiomatic foundation of probability, conditional probability, independence, random variables, distribution function, density functions, characteristic functions, expectation and random process.