Computer Science Tripos Syllabus - Continuous Mathematics
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Lecturer: Dr R.J. Gibbens
No. of lectures: 4
This course is a prerequisite for Computer Graphics and Image Processing, Artificial Intelligence I, Artificial Intelligence II (Part II), Computer Vision (Part II), Information Theory and Coding (Part II), Quantum Computing (Part II), Digital Signal Processing (Part II).
The aims of this course are to review some key concepts and operations defined in continuous mathematics involving real and complex-valued functions. Focus is on the use and implementation of these notions as encountered in computer science.
At the end of the course students should
* Oppenheim, A.V. & Willsky, A.S. (1997). Signals
and systems. Prentice-Hall.
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