TIM243: Social Computing Research: Design, Algorithms, and Incentives

Provides an interdisciplinary view of computational systems and human interaction, with an emphasis on human-computer interaction and algorithmic economics. Students learn about seminal and cutting-edge research contributions and methodologies, and carry out a quarter-long research project. Prerequisite(s): Background in either mathematical proofs or user-centered design and programming. Enrollment restricted to graduate students. Undergraduates may enroll with permission of instructor.

5 credits

Year Fall Winter Spring Summer

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