Courses in Fall 2011
In this course, we built up a social network relational/ object oriented model with basic functionalities, like comment selection, indivisual relationships etc. To make it work, I conducted queries in Prolog(datalog), Java (object-oriented) and XML (with XML schema) in IBM DB2. Other techniques include JSP/servlet and html.
This course is about image manipulation and focus on techniques(projection, back-projection, manipulation, iterative algorithms) w.r.t computed tomography.
This course is code intensive, implemented on JOS operating system, devlopment topics include paging and segmentation, file system, network I/O design, and loadable module kernel.
project related info click on link
Please see the class page at here as an example
The original webpages about the course demo and self-built applications are broken, due to changing on workstation. I'm still working on it, and also gonna construct a brand-new version of database query system.
Courses in Spring 2012
This course will divide into roughly three parts. In the cryptography section, cover number theory, symmetric and public key cryptography, and other fundamental cryptographic constructs. In the protocols section, discuss applications of the basic cryptogrpaphic tools, such as authentication and secure e-commerce. Finally, talk about attacks and defenses for current network architectures.
final project report(Good looking but need Google Account to sign-in)
This is the DIRECT LINK
This course intends to provide a general introduction to Computational Linguistics, the study of computational systems to understand and/or generate human language. This class will cover fundamental concepts and techniques in Computational Linguistics, such as lexical semantics, word sense disambiguation, semantic parsing, discourse (including coreference resolution), dialog, summarization, generation.
Course link: http://www.cs.sunysb.edu/~ychoi/cse507/
This course is primarily for achieving better English presentation skills, both in vocabulary, pronunciation and professional behaviorial manners. Besides, it is a good opportunity to get deeper knowledge and better understanding of American culture and American value via one-on-one class with tutor from Linguistics Department.
Final Presentation ppt can be downloaded here
This part of demonstration about course projects is still under construction, please visit later