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CS 555 - Introduction To Visual Information Processing

Binghamton / University Center | Fall 2017
August 23, 2017 — 
The course focuses on fundamental topics, including visual information acquisition, representation, description, enhancement, restoration, transformations and compressions, and reconstruction from projections. The second focus is on Computer Science applications, including algorithms developed in applications such as statistical and syntactic pattern recognition, robotic vision, multimedia indexing, visual data mining, and bio-informatics. To register please contact Janice Kinzer by email (jkinzer@binghamton.edu) or call 607-777-4965. NOTE: A $200 EngiNet delivery fee will be charged per course when registering for a distance education course.
Section: 20
3
credits

CS 580Z - z/VM Virtualization

Binghamton / University Center | Fall 2017
August 23, 2017 — 
The course provides students with the background knowledge and skills necessary to begin using the functions and features of z/VM, a mainframe OS. Topics include: Virtualization, Control Program (CP), Conversations Monitoring System (CMS), REXX, Network and performance systems management. Students are assumed to be familiar with PC computing and have had some computer science or information systems background. To register please contact Janice Kinzer by email (jkinzer@binghamton.edu) or call 607-777-4965. NOTE: A $200 EngiNet delivery fee will be charged per course when registering for a distance education course.
Section: 20
3
credits

EECE 480F - Network Computer Security

Binghamton / University Center | Fall 2017
August 23, 2017 — 
Key topics in network, wireless network, and host level security. Introduction to practical aspects of networking in physical and virtual environments. Lab exercises using enterprise-level networking equipment, such as switches, routers, and firewalls. Common attacks on computer networks and defense mechanisms. Deployment, detection and mitigation of common attacks using a variety of software tools.
Section: A01
3
credits

EECE 506 - Mathematical Methods In Electrical Engineering

Binghamton / University Center | Fall 2017
August 23, 2017 — 
Selected topics in the advanced engineering mathematics, with special focus on their electrical engineering applications. Topics include ordinary and partial differential equations, Laplace transform, Fourier transform, linear algebra, matrix theory, numerical methods, complex analysis, optimization, probability and statistics.
Section: 02
3
credits

EECE 580F - Network Computer Security

Binghamton / University Center | Fall 2017
August 23, 2017 — 
Key topics in network, wireless network, and host level security. Introduction to practical aspects of networking in physical and virtual environments. Lab exercises using enterprise-level networking equipment, such as switches, routers, and firewalls. Common attacks on computer networks and defense mechanisms. Deployment, detection and mitigation of common attacks using a variety of software tools.
Section: A01
4
credits

GEOG 151 - World Regional Geography

Binghamton / University Center | Fall 2017
August 23, 2017 — 
The world is partitioned into major regions or realms for comparison. The geographic similarities and differences between them are examined. The central theme is the interrelationship among nature, society and location. The roles of human institutions and how they vary and affect each other across the world are discussed.
Section: 02
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HWS 120 - Balancing Health And Success

Binghamton / University Center | Fall 2017
August 23, 2017 — 
The course will introduce students to an "integrative learning" style; one that touches on an array of teaching techniques that stimulate the senses as well as fill the mind; and it will cover multiple disciplines, weaving them together to create an "integrated whole." These disciplines include medicine, physiology, and philosophy, but also extends to other areas related to human response and performance. The unique element of this course, beyond the academic, is the experiential component that includes daily practices such as: journaling, writing, periods of intentional slowing, connections with nature and nourishment on all levels (the physical, the mental-emotional, and the spiritual).
Section: 01
4
credits

HWS 330 - Human Sexuality

Binghamton / University Center | Fall 2017
August 23, 2017 — 
Explores various aspects and topics related to sexuality including sexual attitudes, gender roles, sexual orientations, communication and relationships. Discusses male and female anatomy and physiology and how this relates to contraception and STDs.
Section: 02
4
credits

HWS 340 - Substance Abuse And Contemporary Society

Binghamton / University Center | Fall 2017
August 23, 2017 — 
This course provides an introduction to the physical, psychological, familial, and social aspects of substance abuse and treatment in contemporary American society. The chemistry, physiology, theories and stages of chemical dependency will be introduced and explored. Family systems theories related to substance abuse and treatment will be introduced, as well as various contemporary addiction treatment philosophies and practices. Further, the impact of substance abuse and treatment on broader society will be discussed, including, relevant history, issues of special populations, professional ethics, and the contributions of Self-Help and other social programs.
Section: 01
4
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ISE 261 - Probabilistic Systems I

Binghamton / University Center | Fall 2017
August 23, 2017 — 
This course provides an introduction to probability models and statistical methods most likely to be encountered and used by students in their careers in engineering and the natural sciences. This introduction will emphasize, from the outset, that variation is the source from which all statistical methodology flows. Discussion includes the practical aspects of data collection and descriptive statistics with an introduction to the basic concepts of probability theory and probability distributions, correlation, point estimation, confidence intervals, and test of hypothesis.
Section: 20